Shows to catch and live events this weekend in the Bloomington music scene.
A guide to live music shows in Bloomington this Valentine’s weekend.
Three local post-punk bands took the stage at The Bishop Bar and shared new music.
The 21-year-old artist launched his rap career in 2018.
Female stars old and new displayed their talent in music industry’s biggest night.
The award-winning saxophonist will also speak with students while at IU.
Pat and the Pissers stop in Bloomington as they close out a successful year.
Indianapolis based band Wick released its debut album “Forest” Dec 1.
The Bloomington community gathered to listen to original songs performed by artists.
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Tickets are available for $20, or entrance will cost $25 on the day of the show.