Friday, December 13, 2013

Hey, here's some stuff to do this weekend

Posted on Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 3:25 PM

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Band-wise, KidSyc & Brandywine share the Hang Fire bill tonight with Atlanta’s funky Grand Prize Winners From Next Year. Kota Mundi and Consider the Source are at the Wormhole; Pilot Wave (from Florida) and City Hotel play the Jinx.

Saturday’s music includes the Isle of Hope Yuletide Jam (1-8 p.m. at Paxton Park) with Junkyard Angel, Andrew Gill Band, Keith & Ross, Jan Spillane and others. At night (7 p.m.), it’s the Homegrown Holiday Hoedown with the Accomplices, Train Wrecks and others at the American Legion Post on Bull Street. The great American Aquarium returns to the Jinx Saturday night, with the Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue as opening act. Saturday’s bands at Congress Street Pub are Ice Cream Man (celebrating the music of Van Halen) and Moby Dicks (that’d be Led Zeppelin).

The Collective Face Theatre Ensemble production of the romantic comedy Bell, Book and Candle continues tonight through Sunday at Muse Arts Warehouse; The Savannah Philharmonic’s weekend Holiday Pops concerts are sold out; The Muppet Christmas Carol screens at 7 tonight at the Lucas Theatre, with A Christmas Story in the same slot on Saturday.

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