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You have no money, you’re bored, and you want a good Friday night out. Don’t lie; you know that sounds all too familiar. Not everyone has an unlimited amount of cash, and even if you do, why would you want to spend it if you didn’t have to?
So, if you like music or want some free downtown entertainment, The Blue Note is offering a chance for show goers to see what’s going on in the local music scene.
On Friday, May 25, bands such as The Paperclips, Grindstone and Never Blue Avenue will perform at the event New Music Night. If you haven’t heard of them, don’t fret. You still have time for some last minute music cramming before the concert starts, or you can just enjoy new live music.
Doors open at 8 p.m. The show will start at 9 p.m.
And hey, since it’s at night, you won’t even have to pay the parking meter. Cheers to a free night out!
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