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The IU's Outreach Cabaret initiative danced, sang and sweated to the tune from a live keyboard at the Fine Arts Plaza as one of four headlining acts for September's First Thursdays festival.
Tracy K. Smith, the 52nd and current United States Laureate, read her poetry in front of an overflowing Grand Hall in IU’s Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center on Thursday night.
The Floozies and Cherub made their way to Bluebird Nightclub as part of the "Your Girlfriend Already Bought Tickets Tour" last February. This fall, both bands are making their way back to Bloomington — though this time around, it'll be separately.
Under a small white canopy in Peoples Park, Ben Thompson prepared his violin for an old-time music concert he was going to give to anyone who happened to be walking down Kirkwood Avenue.
The fifth annual Bloomington Pridefest to celebrate LGBTQ culture and community will take place at 3 p.m. on Aug. 25.
On Saturday, crowds of IU students filled a parking lot near 13th Street and Fee Lane to listen to alternative and EDM hits.
A woman in an inflatable dinosaur suit crept down the aisle, earning screams from children in the audience, before grabbing a cloth hanging from the ceiling and beginning an aerial performance. On Aug. 18 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, anything was possible.
The Mersey Beatles, a Beatles tribute band, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
INDIANAPOLIS — Panic! At The Disco brought together thousands of people Friday night in a packed Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis for the band's second stop of its "Pray For The Wicked" tour.
It was a busy night for Stages Bloomington on Friday evening. By 7 p.m., the cozy little theater already had a full house. On the stage, the band was busy setting up gear and testing microphones.
The shuffling of speakers, stands and instruments — all moving parts of a band — could be heard from outside the alley of Bluebird Nightclub.
Playing to a sweat-soaked crowd of 20 people, Flasher, a Washington, D.C.-based trio, headlined The Bishop Bar, performing in Indiana’s 80-degree humid weather. Their newest album “Constant Image” was released last week on Domino Records and they stopped in Bloomington June 19 to promote the new sound.
Spirit of ’68 will present a performance by Flasher at 9 p.m. June 19 at The Bishop.
Indie rock band Guided By Voices will be performing in Bloomington on June 16. Doors will open at 8 p.m. and the show will begin at 9 p.m at The Bluebird.
Tune-Yards will be performing tonight, May 17, at 9 p.m at The Bluebird.
Father John Misty goes for grandeur in many aspects of his music — highly detailed lyrics, liner notes the length of a novel and animated cartoons for an entire album — but his solo, acoustic performance Friday night at Upland Brewing Co. showed an entirely different side to him and his music.
The staged reading of the musical “God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater” brought around 80 people to the John Waldron Arts Center on May 11.
The B-Town Bearcats will be playing a tribute to New Orleans and Traditional Jazz at Bear’s Place for the annual Jazz Fables Swing into Spring event.
Omni will be playing a show, with Olden Yolk and Spissy, at 9 p.m. May 8 at The Bishop.
The African American Choral Ensemble will present its 43rd annual Spring Concert at 8 p.m. April 28 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.