Thursday was the first of three packed nights of local and national performers lighting up downtown for this week’s Lincoln Calling music festival, running through Saturday. KZUM interns and volunteers were on the ground to bring you the sights and sounds.
Many thanks to everyone who stepped up this month and for the past year to help KZUM meet its funding goal of raising $300,000 locally for the second year in a row! This record-setting support will help secure CPB funding through 2019.
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The 14th annual Lincoln Calling Festival offers nine stages, including at the free Night Market, plus YP Week, Startup Week, workshops and more this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
It’s 5:15 p.m, the bar is almost to capacity and it’s easy to tell that the crowd are true believers in the blues. Coco Montoya and his band are burnin’ up the place with smokin’ blues.
Beth Hart brought the blues from Los Angeles, CA, to an eager crowd of longtime blues lovers Thursday night, September 21, at the Rococo Theatre. Fans poured out of the venue raving of Hart's performance, supported by Russian singer/songwriter, Marina V.
I found myself thinking “the equinox rocks!” during Wilco’s visit to Lincoln Friday night (a few hours after the autumnal equinox) to kick off their fall US tour, ushering in the new season memorably with a great concert under the stars at Pinewood Bowl.
Nebraska-made Evan Bartels & The Stoney Lonesomes released their debut album, The Devil, God, & Me, Saturday night and celebrated their work at a sold-out release party at the all ages venue, The Bay.
This weekend The Bay was home to Lincoln’s third -and largest yet- “Do-It-Ourselves Festival”, (DIO) which saw 30 workshops, 6 panels and 50 musical acts across four days and multiple stages.
Memphis-based Lucero headlined The Bourbon Theatre Wednesday on the first leg of their Fall Tour.