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Be there, not square: local performances this week


Welcome back! Here is all the information you need for Bloomington’s music scene this week: 

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Western Skateland welcomes the return of Mindfully Blind and Doze Rose from 9-11 p.m. Thursday. A rare occasion to see live music inside a roller rink, with entry at $5 and skate rental at $5, makes this a total steal. 

Living Dream will be celebrating its tape release with a show, including local bands Negative Glow and Skull Cult. The indie bands will be playing at 8 p.m. on Friday at the I Fell Gallery, located at 415 W. Fourth St. Admission will be a sliding scale from $5 to $10, so attendees can pay what they can. 

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Local punk and metal crossover band Perfect 10 and up-and-coming rock group Cone are set to play at 9 p.m. this Saturday. Catch their music at 317 E. 15th St. 

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Local legends Six Foot Blonde will return at 10 p.m. Thursday at the Bluebird. Admission is only $10. 

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Bloomington country artist Hank Ruff returns to the Bluebird after an enticing show last week. His show begins at 9 p.m. on Saturday with tickets prices at $10. 

Secret Mezzanine, an Indiana indie band, will be celebrating its upcoming album, “Field Guide to American Houses,” with its show this Sunday at the Blockhouse. Its album will be released this Friday. Fort Wayne indie band The Namby Pamby will be joining this performance. 

Future forecast: budget for big bands 

Kelsea Ballerini just announced her show at the Old National Centre in Indianapolis. General ticket sales began this Tuesday. 

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