By: Shelby Lum
Whether you believe the Mayans and their end of the world prediction or not, events around you haven’t let that stop them from bringing in great events and acts for the weekend. So whether you are partying for the end of everything, or just another weekend, we’ve got you covered on anything you want to do.
Friday, December 21st-End of the World Party at Black Cat
For a reasonable price of $10 (not that it really matters), Black Cat is bringing in the A.K.’s, The Max Levine Ensemble, the Shirks, and Booze Riot. The A.K.’s, a punk/thrash band, will be the energy you need right up until the very end.
Friday, December 21st-O’Death with The World and Inferno Friendship Society at Rock & Roll Hotel
New Yorkers, O’Death, have been known for their performances of bluegrass, jazz, and metal. Yes, that’s right. These guys have done the unthinkable and put possibly the most clashing genres right next to each other. Check them out for yourself!
Saturday, December 22nd-Get Right Round Up! with DJ Lil’e at Black Cat
80s, 90s, and 00s throwbacks will be playing all night at Black Cat as DJ Lil’e rolls out hit after hit that you remember growing up with. For a walk down memory lane join this female DJ for a night of oldies.
Saturday, December 22nd-Fairweather at Rock & Roll Hotel
Fairweather may have been out of the touring scene for awhile, but they are coming back with a vengeance. Last year they reunited and played a show at Black Cat, and now they are starting to announce concert dates. Fairweather seems to be making a move back into touring and performances.
Saturday, December 22nd- Marah at Smiths Olde Bar
If we all make it past Friday events, then you should head to Smiths Olde Bar. Marah the rockers associated with Brooklyn and Philadelphia will be at Smiths Olde Bar. These guys have years of experience under their belt and are known for the energetic and passionate live performances, and with the intimate setting at Smiths, this will be the perfect place to see them.
Saturday, December 22nd-Randall Bramblett Band at Eddie’s Attic
The singer-songerwriter with over 30 years of experience will join the ranks of acoustic singers who have taken the stage at Eddie’s Attic. He’s collaborated with names like Greg Allman and Widespread Panic. Don’t miss your chance to see this music scene veteran.