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Friday, May 17, 2013

There's a bajillion FREE shows this weekend! Here's the rundown, plus music from every band

Posted By on Fri, May 17, 2013 at 11:38 AM

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I know a ton of people spent their savings to see Paul McCartney this weekend, but for the thriftier crowd, this weekend also brings with it a ton of free music events that you may not be aware of, so I consider it my civic duty to keep you informed.

Here's stuff to do just from this weekend alone, including music samples from every artist because I love you, and I don't want you wasting time if it's a sound you're scared of. But I will say that all these bands are really fun and know how to put on a show worthy of your eyes and ears (especially Room Full of Strangers!). Or, I dunno, you could always just be a fuddy-duddy and spin Beatles records all weekend. (Here are some photos of the fun that can be had at the Free Outdoor Stage from last night!)

Friday, May 17:

7 p.m. Bellows

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

7:45 p.m. Cassandra Wilcox

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

8:30 p.m. Tam Tam the Sandwich Man and the Magical Sugar Cookies

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

9:30 p.m. Yogurt Smoothness

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

10:30 p.m. Room Full of Strangers

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

Saturday, May 18

4 p.m. Sarah Purser Trio

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

6 p.m. David Schweizer

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

8 p.m. Flashlights

@ The Social

Sunday, May 19

4 p.m. Phil Bonanno

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

5 p.m. Afeefa and the Boy

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

6 p.m. Laney Jones

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

8 p.m. Sterling Schroeder

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

9 p.m. The Getbye

@ Free Outdoor Stage at Fringe Festival

Click to see the full schedule for the Free Outdoor Stage between May 16-26.

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