Here’s hoping you made Monday sad it even showed its face and that you’re willing to do even more of the same sort of ass kickin’ tonight because, as usual, there are a ton of great shows to take in tonight. Get ready to sock up some sweet tunes this Tuesday!
Singer-songwriter Brian Patricks will be providing the soundtrack to your Tuesday evening as he plays a free show starting at 6 at Andy’s Old Port Pub in downtown Portland. Brian will be covering all the hits from yesterday and today, as well as some of his own original material.
The Thirsty Pig on Exchange Street in the Old Port presents another installment of its weekly acoustic open mic night appropriately named The Exchange. Things get started right around 7 and any and all musicians are welcome to showcase, workshop and collaborate on original material alongside their musical peers. This free event is open to all genres, ages and musical abilities, so swing through and check it out if you’re downtown this Tuesday.
One Longfellow Square’s Live & Local music series is rollin’ on strong this Tuesday as they welcome Micromasse and Sea Level to the stage or this week’s show. Starting at 8 o’clock check out the worldly grooves of organ trio Micromasse alongside the indie-rock hams of Sea Level. A stellar night of unique music for your Tuesday for only five bucks, so be sure to check it out!
The final karaoke party with DJ Ponyfarm at Slainte Wine Bar & Lounge happens tonight at 9 o’clock as Saturday sees Slainte hosting its final local music show before closing its doors forever. Grab some friends and show Slainte off in style by belting out some fun 90s tunes at tonight’s free event.
If you’re looking to rock it out this Tuesday be sure to check out tonight’s full on punk rock show at Geno’s on Congress Street in Portland with The Murder Weapon, The Never Nudes, and the return of the Koffin Kats. Things get cranking around 9 o’clock tonight.
Head over to Local 188 on Congress Street in Portland tonight to check out local act Jaw Gems who will be keeping things fresh with some experimental jazz and funk for your Tuesday evening. Things get underway right around 10 and tonight’s show is absolutely free.