Friday, August 10, 2012


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Adrian and the Sickness, led by Helles Belles front woman Adrian Conner, plays rocking, gritty, garage-y power-pop-punk. Since forming, they’ve released a vast collection of singles, EPs and albums, including their latest, the self-released Criminal/Dog Days 7-inch. They’ve worked with the Go-Go’s Kathy Valentine, who produced their fourth album, 2009’s B.F.D. and recently were honored by their hometown with the Best Punk Band award at the Austin Music Awards. Check out our interview with Conner here. Jones Radiator. 9 pm. $5. (21)

Counting Crows plays Festival at Sandpoint tonight. See an interview with singer Adam Duritz here. (All-ages)

Head out to Medical Lake tonight for the annual Blues Waters Bluegrass Festival — which runs all weekend. The full schedule is listed here. (All-ages)

Ryan Darton, a poppy singer-songwriter type, brings his upbeat acoustic tunes to the Museum of Arts and Culture tonight for BeGin! (All-ages)


The Garland Block Party takes over the northside district with tons of art and dancing and Wizard of Oz related things. It is also anchored by a stage featuring performances by Belt of Vapor, Mirror Mirror, Julia Keefe and DJ Locke. Free. (All-ages)

A triple-punch of beloved locals take the stage at Carr's Corner (corner of Washington and Second): Whiskey Dick Mountain, the Camaros and BBBBandits. (21)

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