The Second Annual Great Plains Fest took place on Saturday. This DIY Festival brought several genres together for a night of great music in the parking lot of Great Plains Cycle Supply.
It was a nice night for a concert on Thursday. This season of Stransky Park concerts are quickly approaching an end, but that didn't stop the massive crowd from soaking in the music provided by Emily Bass & The Near Miracle.
The annual two-day festival celebrates the anniversary of the legendary blues bar, The Zoo Bar. This year's ZooFest celebrates the 46th anniversary of The Zoo Bar. The lineup includes acts like Junior Brown, Mike Zito, Empire Strikes Brass, Mavis Staples and more.
Nikki Lane and Band Of Horses played to a sold out crowd at Lincoln's Bourbon Theatre. Both bands are here from South Carolina, (Nikki Lane from Greenville and Band of Horses from Charleston).
The ninth annual Sustainable Living Festival will be held in Lincoln’s Railyard on July 27th from 9 a.m. until noon. Lincoln Electric System will be the host of this free hands-on, family-friendly event.
This Saturday, the parking lot of a local motorcycle shop will be transformed into a Lincoln music venue that will blast tunes from new and well-established local acts at the second Great Plains Fest. This years fest is set to happen on Saturday, July 27, at 5 p.m. in the parking lot of Great Plains Cycle Supply on 2542 N. 27th St.
With music of the Grateful Dead by The Jerry Pranksters, plus special guests Root Marm Chicken Farm Jug Band.
The Ghost of Paul Revere played a show at The Bourbon Theatre with Andrea Von Kampen. The Maine-based Folk group is on a small tour of the Central U.S. before heading to a couple of dates in Europe in August.
Minneapolis-based Band, Annie and the Bang Bang arrived in Lincoln for the last show on their Summer tour. The group is self-described as "grunge meets late '60s rock," and played the Duffy's Tavern stage with Lincoln's own Red Cities.
On Saturday, July 27, members of the community will have the opportunity to learn more about the obstacles and triumphs local farmers experience during growing process as well as the manner of how they grow on the Local Farm Tour presented by “How’s it Growin'?”
Not even the scorching summer heat prevented Salt Creek from engulfing The Bay in chill vibes on the night of its EP release show for “If You Were There.” The Lincoln-natives released the four-track EP Friday following and the release of the EP’s single “What You Would Hear” in June.
It was a hot Thursday night for a concert in the park. The Lightning Bugs played like champs, and filled the Summer air with great music.
The annual two-day music festival, Zoofest, returns this weekend. The Zoo Bar has hosted the celebration of live national, regional and local music in downtown Lincoln for over 20 years. This year, the festival features great acts like Mike Zito, Empire Strikes Brass and Mavis Staples.
Portland-Based Alternative Group, Portugal. The Man, played a highly anticipated show at The Bourbon Theatre. The group was founded in 2000, and made waves with their album "Woodstock," which features the hit song "Feel It Still."
Folk singer/songwriter, Jospeph Huber, was in town to play a concert at The Bourbon Theatre. He is currently on tour for his latest album, "Moondog." He was joined on-stage by Lincoln's Gabe Nelson.
A member of The Machete Archive is moving away. As such, Duffy's Tavern hosting a going away concert of sorts featuring Her Flyaway Manner, Universe Contest and The Machete Archive.
Thursday was a night of beautiful weather and even better music. Our free, outdoor-concert brought Andrea Von Kampen and Rascal Martinez to Stransky Park. Photos are now available, here.
Selwyn Birchwood was in town to play at The Zoo Bar on Wednesday, July 10.
New Orleans-Based band, The Iguanas returned to The Zoo Bar stage on Monday, July 8. Their sound has been described as "combining Chicano rock, R&B, Conjunto and various Latin styles into a deep groove."
The First Friday of every month is a buzz in Lincoln. From several art galleries to concerts, there is no shortage of things to do. KZUM was out on First Friday and we were able to get some photos from the Parrish Studios.
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First Friday is held on every first Friday of each month. It’s to showcase local businesses and art galleries around downtown Lincoln. Here is a list of upcoming events that are happening throughout the day on July 5th, 2019.
The June 27 Stransky Park concert featured a special double-bill for the final June concert featuring Jaguar James and The House Band.
Lincoln Band, Alive or Just Breathing, was joined at the Bourbon Theatre by Weathers: an L.A.-based Alternative group. They are currently on a Summer tour.
Jazz in June concluded its season last night with music from Nubya Garcia. Garcia is here from London and played Jazz in June as part of a North American tour.
The life of Dr. John Walker, a longtime Lincoln musician, will be celebrated this Saturday at the Unitarian Church of Lincoln, 6300 A St.
Jay Douglass has been a photo contributor to KZUM for years. We wanted you to know a little bit more about the man behind the photos.
Lincoln-favorite, The Wildwoods, played Stransky Park for a night of pleasant weather and relaxing music.
Denver-based group, Pink Fuzz, made a stop in Lincoln to play The Zoo Bar. They joined Nebraska musicians Shiitake Sunday and Marc Mason.
Marquis Hill joined the Jazz in June lineup for the June 18 concert. Hill leading a five-piece band brought a night of great jazz solos to the indoor-venue at The Bourbon Theatre.