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Allman Family Tribute band takes it to the House of Music
Brother & Sister, the Melody and Vaylor Trucks-fronted Allman Family Tribute band, is on tour this spring and summer, with a local performance at House of Music, 2011 S. Monroe St., at 8 p.m. Friday, May 20.
Comedian Rob Schneider set to visit The Moon
Comedian and actor Rob Schneider (SNL, Deuce Bigalow, Grown Ups) is scheduled to bring his “I Have Issues Tour” to The Moon, 1105 E. Lafayette St., at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 21.
Kat Riggins, Selwyn Birchwood fire up the Bradfordville Blues Club
2022 Blues Music Award nominee and 2021 Independent Blues Award winner for Contemporary Blues Album, Kat Riggins & Her Blues Revival, ignite the Bradfordville Blues Club, 7152 Moses Lane, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 20, outside, weather permitting.
100 Watt Horse rides in to the Blue Tavern
Sasha, Seep, Jose and Paddy spend a Friday evening at Blue Tavern, 1206 N. Monroe St., starting at 8 p.m. May 20. This band’s second evening at Blue Tavern will be full of new musical adventures from the minds of some of Tallahassee’s most brilliant players. Jazz, Blues, Bossa Nova, and much more.
Molly Hatchet fires up Fire Betty’s
The legendary Molly Hatchet performs live at Fire Betty’s, 1122 Thomasville Road, at 7 p.m. Friday Tickets are $37. Visit eventbrite.com
Molly Hatchet cemented their place in music history in the late ’70s alongside other iconic Southern rock bands out of Jacksonville, Florida, such as Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers. A perfect mixture of English invasion rock, blues, country, and gospel remains the unique sound of Molly Hatchet.
Hot Tamale entertains at Plein Air festival in Havana
Acoustic duo Hot Tamale will be entertaining for the 3-day “Havana Plein Air Painting – Painting in the Shade” event in Havana. They will be playing at the Gallery Opening on Friday, May 20, from 5-7 p.m., and also at the Gala from 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 21. Both events will take place at the 1908 Event Center which is located at 102 7th Ave. East in downtown Havana. The Gallery opening is free to the public; The Gala is a ticketed event. For ticket information, call 850-755-2999, or visit havanamainstreet.com.
Crooked Shooz is back at Greats Oaks Pub in Southwood
This weekend there will be music on both Friday and Saturday night at the Great Oaks Pub in Southwood, 3750 Grove Park Drive. Crooked Shooz returns from 7-10 p.m. Friday, May 20, after their long COVID hiatus. Crooked Shooz has been a Tallahassee music scene staple for more than 30 years. heir infectious dancing beat is a product of excellent vocals from Mark Blair, accompanied by Robert Wilson, Thomas Scott, Bubba McCall and Sinclair on guitar, who returns after the death of Darrell Steele last year. No cover, but reserve early by calling 850-942-4653. Full restaurant and bar.
Rock One to None: The Unicorn Wranglers perform with opening acts Samarium and Permanent Record. 6-9 p.m. Saturday, May 21 at the Railroad Square Craft House in music event benefiting JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). This is a family friendly event that welcomes everyone. Donations accepted.
KidFest at Lichgate: Showcase for display of live animals from Amazing Animals. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., 1401 High Road. Lichgate features gardens, a cottage, and a majestic live oak tree.
Professor speaks in Havana: Florida State University English professor Diane Roberts, a whimsical speaker on many topics including college football and her beloved FSU Seminoles, will give a presentation at the Havana Shade Tobacco Museum on at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 26. A social hour prior to her presentation will begin at 6 p.m. followed by her talk and Q&A session. A limited number of tickets are available at $15 apiece. They can be purchased at Eventbrite or at the museum on Saturdays. Visit havanahistoryheritage.portalbuzz.com.
Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill: Theatre Tallahassee production recounts Billie Holiday’s life story through the songs that made her famous. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May 20-21, and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 22, and again next week at Theatre Tallahassee, 1861 Thomasville Road. Tickets are $15. Visit theatretallahassee.org.
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Soak up the Second Annual Soul of Southside Arts and Humanities Festival
The Soul of Southside Arts and Humanities Festival is back and growing with a week of events May 14-22 at Anita Favors Thompson Plaza at Lake Anita, 116 W. Van Buren Street and various locations. Join the Southside Redevelopment Advisory Council to celebrate history, culture, commerce and love on Tallahassee’s Southside.
New this year and the start to this year’s festival is the 5K and One Mile Fun Run/Health and Fitness Expo from 7-11 a.m. May 14 at Anita Favors Plaza at Lake Anita.
The Evening of Remembrance with this year’s focus on the “Freedom to Learn,” will be from 6-8 p.m. May 19 with neighborhood history tours, and will culminate with a musical headliner act that honors neighborhood trailblazers and Southside community icons.
This year’s #UnapologeticallyLocal musical lineup includes performances from local artists and regional acts with musical tributes to legends Gerald Levert, Teddy Pendergrass and Charlie Wilson.
To view a full schedule of events, visit sosfesttlh.com.
‘Wait Until Dark’ with the Monticello Opera house
Monticello Opera House is presenting “Wait Until Dark,” the play that inspired the 1967 movie starring Audrey Hepburn and Alan Arkin, from May 13-22.
In 1971 Greenwich Village, Susan Hendrix, a blind yet capable woman, is imperiled by a trio of men in her own apartment. As the climax builds, Susan discovers that her blindness just might be the key to her escape, but she and her tormentors must wait until dark to play out this classic thriller’s chilling conclusion.
Friday and Saturday performances at the Monticello Opera House, 185 W. Washington St. in Monticello, are at 8 p.m. Lobby and Bar open at 7 p.m. Sunday matinee performances at 2 p.m. with Lobby and Bar open at 1 p.m. Tickets are $22 at MonticelloOperaHouse.org or by calling 850-997-4242. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Recycled Beauty, featuring Lana Shuttleworth: An exhibit celebrating artists who repurpose materials to make exciting new artwork at LeMoyne Arts, 125 N. Gadsden St. LeMoyne is collaborating with Sustainable Tallahassee to celebrate Earth Day & LeMoyne’s continued green initiative. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, through May 29.
Works by Terrie Corbett: Through June 4 at Gadsden Arts Center & Museum, 13 N. Madison Street, Quincy. Offers viewers the opportunity to explore up-close the symphony of colors and unique textures produced by Corbett’s skillful knowledge of working with paint produced with cold and hot wax.
Sunset Under the Oaks — A Benefit for Refuge House: 7-9 p.m. May 19 at The Space at Feather Oaks. Features keynote speaker Professor Darby Scott, music by Flat Moon Theory, and traditional paella prepared on site by Real Paella. Beer and wine will be served, along with appetizers and desserts. Tickets are $50 and proceeds go toward supporting victims of domestic and sexual violence across eight-county service area. Contact Michele Frier at [email protected] to purchase tickets.
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