This Weekend: There's Too Much Going On For It To Rain!

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The Acorn
ON FRIDAY:

  • River to River presents A Place to Bury Strangers w/ King Khan and the Shrines and Black Acid: From Flavorpill
  • All hail King Khan. The recent Vice Records signee and his nine-piece psychedelic garage-soul band storm into the Seaport tonight like whirling dervishes of rock, brandishing organs, horns, and attitudes aplenty. The Montreal (via Berlin) group sounds more like it hails from Memphis, tempering a classic rock/soul sound with a cheeky garage swagger reminiscent of acts like the Animals, 13 Floor Elevators, and any number of Nuggets-era obscurities. Led by consummate frontman Khan, the Shrines kick open the gate for the custom-fuzzed tones of apocalyptic shoegazers A Place to Bury Strangers

    More information at RiverToRiver.

  • Cold War Kids Play Prospect Park
  • Unleashing “cave-stomp drums, barroom piano and chiming post-punk guitars,” (Rolling Stone) COLD WAR KIDS eschew preciousness for grit. Live, they’re all smoldering energy and raw power. Joining them are local favorites ELVIS PERKINS IN DEARLAND with their dream-like folk rock “drenched in equal parts sunshine and cloudy grey skies,” (Drowned in Sound) and the tuneful but hard hitting SAM CHAMPION, “an absolute force of nature.” (Sterogum)

    More information at Celebrate Brooklyn
    ON SATURDAY

  • Citysol presents a day of environmentally-conscious free music with FREEwilliamsburg favorites The Acorn. See the whole schedule at Citysol.com. Music begins at 3pm.
  • More information at Citysol.com.

  • Elsewhere on the East River, The East River Music Project Presents
  • * TITUS ANDRONICUS
    * OBITS
    * EMPEROR X
    * BLOOD CITY
    Music begins at 2pm. More information East River Music Project’s website.
    ON SUNDAY

  • The Hold Steady play McCarren Park Pool, kicking off JELLYNYC’s free Sunday Pool Parties.
  • More information at McCarrenPark.com

  • Also on Sunday: Todd P’s 2008 (Summer)Time Unamplified Accoustic BBQ
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    The Hold Steady

    Comments

    1. These wet forecasts are getting real cute-like. Mommy Nature is a woman of loose morals.

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