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A Weekend for Local Artists - Events for May 29th & 30th

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Cigar Boxes, Crude Humor, and a Little Booze


This weekend is chock full of local artisans, comedians, and musicians showing off their stuff. If you don't believe me, just check out this list!

May 29th and 30th

Cigar Box Guitar Festival at Lowe Mill

Friday: 6pm-9pm

Saturday: 12pm-11pm

Celebrate two days of art and music with Lowe Mill's 11th Annual Cigar Box Guitar Festival. According to their website, it is the longest running Cigar Box Guitar Festival in the world, and will be chock full of demonstrations and performances. This is one folksy cultural event you won't want to miss. 


May 30th

Cl!twork Comedy at Prototype Studio, 8pm-10pm

Expect a night of sets filled with sass at Clockwork Comedy's special all-female lineup at Prototype. Hosted by local funnywoman Terra Jeffrey, for mature audiences only. 

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Taproom Music Tours at Straight to Ale, 6pm-9pm
 Downtown Huntsville, Inc. continues their monthly acoustic music events with a night of performances in local brewery Straight to Ale, and features local musicians like Dawn Osborne, Ashlyn Maine and .45 Surprise. 

Also This Weekend....

Friday - Dixie Derby Girls Rock Coppertop, 9pm-12am

Saturday - The Wolves of Chernobyl at Something for Everyone Part 2, 9pm-12am
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Talk Nerdy To Me - Geeky Events for May 1st - 4th

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Get Your Geek On

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 Brace yourselves: the nerds are coming

 Starting Friday, Huntsville will experience an onslaught of geeky events, culminating to the International Star Wars Appreciation Day May the 4th be With You. From retro gaming to free comic books, there are plenty of ways to get your geek on this weekend (and maybe put on a costume or two).

 May 1st 

Heroes and Hops at Straight to Ale, 7pm-11pm

 A heroes and villains event to benefit American Cancer Society. Costume Contest, live music and more.

Retro Game Night at Prototype Multimedia Studio in Lowe Mill, 8pm-6am 

Pull an all nighter at this geeky gamer event. Five bucks gets you entry, but if you bring your own console, it's free.

May 2nd

 Free Comic Book Day at The Deep Comics and Games, 9am-9pm

Stop by for a free comic and get a picture with your favorite superhero.

Nerdlesque! At Flying Monkey Theatre in Lowe Mill, 7pm-10pm 

A nerdy burlesque with a costume contest and loads of cheeky fun.
 May 4th

May the 4th be with You Party at Straight to Ale, 7pm-11pm

Sip on suds while viewing The Empire Strikes Back on the jumbo screen. Costumes encouraged.


Also This Weekend....

Friday - The Fidelics at Concerts on the Dock at Lowe Mill, 6pm-9pm


Alright Bayou Comedy Show at Tim's Cajun Kitchen, 7:30pm-10pm


Saturday - Clockwork Comedy at Prototype Multimedia Studio, 8pm-11pm


Free Latin Concert at the Village of Providence, 7pm-11pm

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Roxy Roca Plays Humphrey's Bar and Grill

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Written by: Stephanie Schrenk

Soul Band Roxy Roca Comes to Huntsville

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March 12th, 2015

The people of Huntsville need to brace themselves come Thursday, because a force of spirit-shaking music is about to roll into town. That force is Austin based soul band Roxy Roca, and they are on a divine mission to awaken the funk in all of us.

Recently signed to Houston label Stag Records, this seven-piece powerhouse is touring the Southeast to promote the release of their new album, Ain't Nothin' Fancy. What can you expect from a Roxy Roca show? Lots of hip-shakin', earth quakin', soul revival music, led by Alabama native and lead singer Taye Cannon. Backing up Taye's fiery sermons are a fine assortment of bass, guitar, drums, and a classy brass section.

Roxy Roca is bringing their dynamite swagger to the Humphrey's patio this Thursday at 7pm. 

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Weekend Event Picks - March 7th

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L.I.T. Event in Downtown Huntsville


March 7th, 2015

It's that time of year again. Downtown Huntsville, Inc. and The Arts Council, Inc. are bringing the block party to Courthouse Square with music, dancing, and a kickass light show. The L.I.T. stands for Light + Innovation + Technology, and includes a lineup of computer generated art, 3D mapped content, and live music. This year food trucks are joining in the fun, and is presented by Curse.com. The event is open to all ages, and is absolutely FREE. 

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