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Exhibition: Matter, Anti-Matter, and Doesn't Matter

Graham Dane's paintings are found on the way to somewhere else - they are never expected. They are generated and discovered as a direct reflection of Dane's creative process. They begin with a combination of elements from several drawings, which are then allowed to unfold in paint. The final work is left open to suggestion/possibilities for as long as possible until a resolution seems imminent. The paintings are a play between chaos, randomness, and control. Between the intuitive and the systematic. The hidden and the obvious. This exhibition is in the ARC Gallery, located in the lobby of the UAA Consortium Library. (ARC Gallery, 3211 Providence Drive)


2019 Craft Alaska Craft Fair

Come visit the 4th Avenue Marketplace during Fur Rondy for the 15th Annual Craft Alaska! February 22nd through the 24th, and March 1st and 2nd from 10AM-6PM on the 2nd floor. Visit the Blue Building downtown on 4th for Made in Alaska crafts, and fun for the whole family! (4th Avenue Marketplace, 333 W 4th Avenue)

Chan Luu First Friday Trunk Show

Blush Boutique invites you to their all-day event as they showcase the gorgeous designs from Chan Luu. Enjoy 20% off all jewelry and scarves from 12pm-7pm. Join them for mimosa morning starting at 12pm as well as bites and bubbly from Ginger at 4:30pm. Enter to win a free piece of jewelry from Chan Luu. (Blush Boutique, 720 D Street)

Anchorage Symphony Orchestra Lunch & Learn

Join Maestro Randall Fleischer, as he discusses ASO's Classic Concert series. (Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, 621 W 6th Avenue)

Reverend Bird Tattoo Flash

First Friday featuring the art of John Seagull. Flash tattoo specials starting at $60 available from 12 - 8pm. There will also be doughnuts! (Northern Lights Tattoo, 515 E Northern Lights, Suite 100)

Alaska State Snow Sculpture Championship

Artists take the 8ft x 8ft x 8ft blocks of snow and create works of art! Presented by BP Exploration Alaska Inc, this event is a favorite for generations of Rondy revelers! This year’s sponsors are Port of Alaska and TAG Real Estate - The Aurora Group - Re/max Dynamic Properties! (Ship Creek, 111 W Ship Creek Avenue)

Legends of Alaska

Inspired by the mythology of Alaska, Sophia Green’s work captures the imagination with beauty and grace. The work will be on view Tuesdays – Saturdays from 10 – 5pm. (Kobuk, 504 W 5th Avenue)

Charlotte Jensen Native Arts Market

Featuring more than 150 Alaska Native artisans selling and demonstrating their art – basket weaving, dolls, beading, carving and more. This is a rare opportunity to meet and greet the artists and watch them create one-of-a-kind items. Most are Silver Hand Artists. (Dimond Center, 800 E Dimond Boulevard)

Fur Rondy Amateur Photo Contest Display

Each year hundreds of photos are submitted in 9 different photographic categories: Animals, Creative, Flowers, Fur Rondy, Portraits, Scenic, Sports, Unclassified and Wildlife. (Midtown Mall, 600 E Northern Lights)


8th Annual Musher Meet and Greet

The Inlet Tower Hotel & Suites, PubHouse, Husky Homestead, and Seavey’s Iditarod Racing Team present the 8th Annual IT Musher Meet & Greet. Featuring 3 time champion Mitch Seavey from 1pm-2pm with signing afterward, and 4 time champion Jeff King from 2pm-3pm with signing afterward. Join us to hear stories of the trail and find out what life during the last great race is all about. Submit questions prior to the event for a chance to have your questions answered by the mushers. Questions can be submitted through the IT Facebook page or via email to To allow as many guests as possible, it will be standing room, with limited seating for handicap and elderly. Please make sure to reserve tickets to each talk separately if you plan to attend both! (Inlet Tower Hotel, 1020 W 12th Avenue)


Music Department Student Recital

From opera to jazz, Gesualdo to Gershwin, you never know what's in store. Come out and support our young artists as they practice their craft in UAA's Fine Arts Building Recital Hall. This is a free event, tickets are not needed. Seats are first come, first served. (UAA Recital Hall, 3700 Alumni Drive)

Rondy Carnival

Funnel Cakes, fishing frogs, Ferris wheels and of course the famous Century Wheel! Peer down from your private gondola in the sky on the entire inlet. Grab a caramel apple and a root beer float and hit the zipper! You've never felt anything like this before. Are you man or woman enough to outlast your children? Kids, are you going to let them? Gravitron, here we come! (Downtown Anchorage)

Hailey Morgan

Hailey Morgan lives, works and plays in Anchorage, Alaska. She moved from Bellingham, Wa in 2014. Hailey is a self taught artist. When she is not teaching or making art she is exploring outside. Pyrography: Pyro(fire) graphy(writing) is a combination of wood burning and painting. I will burn the lines into the wood with a Razortip wood burning system, then use watercolor to paint the image. I will often finish it with gel pen or alcohol ink. I cover the piece with a high gloss finish to complete the art. (Double Shovel Cider Co., 502 W 58th Avenue)


“We Need S’More Love”

Wrap up Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month with s’mores and spoken word artists. Bring your own poetry, spoken word piece, or story to share. (Valley of the Moon Park, 610 W 17th Avenue)

Yuliya's SplashNPaint Art Studio

Art lovers will be entranced with the young students’ art work. The children have accomplished these complex compositions over the course of several months. This show is the culmination of the student's hard work. Stop by to introduce your children to the young artists of Anchorage. Maybe you will inspire your own child. First Friday Reception Opening Friday, March 1st from 4-6 p.m. The show runs through the end of March. (Great Harvest, 570 E Benson Boulevard)

Woman Scream: International Women's Poetry Movement

This event highlights the international Women’s Poetry Movement, Anchorage Chapter and the theme, “Woman Scream”. Hosted by Itzel Yarger-Zagal, people from all walks of life are encouraged to share their own poetry and/or that of other women poets. Instead of offering bilingual or translated poems, readers will explain the meaning of their poem and then recite it in the poem’s original language. Poems in English can be recited, too. Poetess Jael Uribe founded the Mujeres Poetas Internacional (MPI) Inc., or Women Poets International Movement, in 2009 in the Dominican Republic. The goal is to “enhance the work of women in poetry and reclaim out rightful place in literature”. If you would like to sign up to share a poem, contact Rachel Epstein at 786-4782 or Open Mic for those not registered given remaining time. (UAA Campus Bookstore, 2901 Spirit Drive)

Rhonda Scott

From 4:00pm - 9:00pm enjoy complimentary hors d'œuvres while browsing talented Alaskan artist Rhonda Scott's incredible gallery. The first 100 guests will be treated to a free print of a unique Fur Rondy painting this year- so get there early to snag one for yourself! Her style ranges from Alaskana to Abstract. Her work often reflects the color and beauty we are exposed to daily, but may not have the time to appreciate. To find out more about her art, you can visit her website at: (Whale’s Tail, 939 W 5th Avenue)


Dan Miller - Landscapes on Paper

Anchorage Artist Dan Miller paints with energetic broad gestural brushstrokes of colorful flowing marks that create exciting impressions of his recent visit to Denali National Park. His oil paintings vibrate with energy and color. (APU Leah J. Peterson Gallery, 4101 University Drive)

Joe Carr - Signal to Noise

Alaskan artist and printmaker Joe Carr's experimental intaglio printmaking installation opens at the APU ConocoPhillips Gallery on March 1 First Friday and runs through to March 31. The single huge intaglio print is 46 feet long and explores sound, light, touch, time and the parallels between printmaking and waveforms. (APU ConocoPhillips Gallery, 4101 University Drive)

First Friday SSP Studio & Gallery

SSP Studio & Gallery is not your normal photography gallery. Here you will find some of Alaska's top talent pushing the envelope of their cameras and taking the lens to new depths. Thought provoking, intriguing and mind-blowing art. Get ready to have your mind accelerated to new levels. (SSP Studio, 2217 E Tudor Road, Suite 11)

Turnagain Brewing with Scott Clendaniel

Beer-centric paintings by Anchorage artist and prolific homebrewer Scott Clendaniel. “Many of my paintings are inspired by the astounding natural beauty in Alaska, but my niche is paintings of beer. I’m a home-brewer and self-proclaimed beer nerd and enjoy savoring many styles of craft beer. During my travels I often visit breweries and paint live using my travel painting kit. In 2011 I completed a series called 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall, which consisted of 99 6”x12” oil paintings of different beers. Then in 2014 I endeavored to paint a new beer painting every single day for a project called Year of Beer, which sealed my reputation as the beer artist in Alaska,” says Clendaniel. (Turnagain Brewing, 7924 King Street)

2 Friends First Friday

March First Friday will bring some fresh faces to the gallery, but they are not new to creating beautiful art treasures. We are excited to feature the work of Jeannie McLeod who creates organic pieces sculpted with driftwood and rock, off loom weavings, assemblages and most recently, collage. Jeannie works with many natural materials and is constantly on the lookout for unusual tree bark, feathers, driftwood, shells, seeds and leaves. Additionally, we will feature the colorful tissue paper collage work of Chris Zafren. Chris is a longtime Anchorage resident that you may recognize as the president of the Alaska Watercolor Society as she is also an accomplished water colorist. An evening of food, live music, original art and warm friends. See you there! (2 Friends Gallery, 341 E Benson Boulevard)

The Fur Rondy Blizzard Bash with Tim Montana & Ken Peltier Band

The Fur Rondy Blizzard Bash with Tim Montana and The Shrednecks and The Ken Peltier Band. March 1st, outside at Town Square Park Downtown Anchorage. Craig Taylor Equipment and KBEAR 104.1 Presents the Fur Rondy Blizzard Bash. Tim Montana has toured with Luke Combs, Kid Rock, Brantley Gilbert and ZZ Top. This is a free concert for the whole family. (Anchorage Town Square, 544 W 5th Avenue)

J. Arthur Perry

The J. Arthur Perry line of photographic work from scenic to abstract. Perry has been photographing images in Alaska for 40 years. (Midnight Sun Café, 245 W. 5th Avenue, Suite 106)

Snow Day

A group show with Michael Conti, John Coyne, Stephen Cysewski, Philippe Fragniere, Rebecka Tollens and Emma Sheffer.Snow Day is an exhibition featuring works about winter sports. (Bivy, 419 G Street, Suite 100)

February First Friday at IGCA

Annual IGCA member’s show. (International Gallery of Contemporary Art, 427 D Street)

Alaska Wax

International Encaustic Artists (IEA) is a 501(c) non-profit professional artists organization that seeks to raise the level of excellence in encaustic fine art by providing global information exchange and raising interest about encaustics in the art world and with the general public. (Cyrano’s Theatre Company, 3800 Debarr Road)

First Friday Art Walk

If you enjoyed their February's First Friday artist duo collaboration, then you are in for another special treat. March's First Friday at Williwaw Social and SteamDot proudly present the award winning: AlaskaWILD 2018 show, which contains 34 photographs from 22 different photographers. Come on down to Williwaw Social for March's First Friday, grab a bite to eat or a cold brewski from Midnight Sun Brewing Company and appreciate the talent encompassing our walls. You won't be disappointed! You also get to vote on the photography! AlaskaWILD is an annual juried photo exhibit sponsored by the Alaska Society of Outdoor and Nature Photographers (ASONP) featuring the natural beauty of Alaska and its wilderness.The main goals of alaskaWILD are to celebrate the unique beauty and wildness of Alaska, and to promote amateur and professional photographers. (Williwaw Social, 609 F Street)

First Friday at Anchorage Distillery

Laura Dewey and Ian Mcdonald with paintings and beautiful aurora photography. Menu includes a First Friday Special. (Anchorage Distillery, 6310 A Street)

Art of Mikhail Siskoff & Medium Build Solo Set

Siskoff is a visual artist and photographer living in Anchorage, Alaska. His medium is analog collage, but he does some digital collages too. Siskoff collects old magazines and books from thrift stores and garage sales to make pieces. (Uncle Leroy’s Coffee, 701 W. 36th Avenue)

Pothole and Landscape

Kay Haneline presents "Pothole and Landscape," her exhibit of cold wax medium paintings and Keenan Powell launches her new Maeve Malloy mystery novel, Hemlock Needle. (Georgia Blue Gallery, 3555 Arctic Boulevard C-5)

Tales of Toy Photography

A new set of Star Wars-inspired toy photos are headed to Enlighten Alaska this First Friday, March 1. The original Princess Leia, hair buns and all ... and Luke on Hoth make their print debut’s at the recreational cannabis shop in Spenard. Plus, be the first to see a new BB-8 and Imperial Shuttle-Death Star piece on metal that is out of this world! This event is 21+. (Enlighten, 2600 Spenard Road)

First Friday at the PAC

Guided 1% for Art & Backstage Tours will be offered every 1/2 hour for up to 20 people per tour (starting at 5:30pm, last tour starts at 7:30pm). Guided tours will share stories of all the 1% for Art pieces in the Carr-Gottstein Lobby, followed by a backstage tour through the Celebrity Hallway, ending on the Atwood Concert Hall stage with a behind the scenes visit of rehearsal with special guests, Anchorage Symphony Orchestra! (Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, 621 W 6th Avenue)

Oyster Shucking Contest

The official Fur Rondy Oyster Shucking Competition is at 907 Alehouse! Every night From 5-10pm Monday-Friday from February 25th through March 1st enter to win! $30 gets you one dozen oysters, a T-Shirt and entered in the contest. Oysters are judged on time and quality! Oysters will be sold all week long. Lots of fun, prizes and oysters! (907 Alehouse, 8001 Old Seward Highway)


Tammy Holland

Tammy Holland, an Alaskan Native artist from the banks of the Yukon paints scenes mixing the wild and urban landscapes of Alaska, using oil painted on wood and brushed steel and aluminum. She seeks to engage the viewer in moments of rich sensory perception of place, starting conversations about the footprint that we are collectively leaving. Join her at Snow City for a First Friday reception from 5:30-8pm, snacks provided and drinks for sale. Show runs through April 4. (Snow City Café, 1034 W. 4th Avenue)

Visit Anchorage First Friday Art Show

Local wildlife and landscape photos on photo print, fine art print and ready to hang canvas. Free admission and refreshments are provided. (Visit Anchorage, 524 W. 4th Avenue)

Kim Marcucci

Marcucci’s style continues to evolve, but the constant is vibrant color, dramatic design and movement, through bold brushwork and contrast. Marcucci shares studio space with two other artists in south Anchorage. Although painting is considered solitary work, her shared studio offers an atmosphere of camaraderie, feedback and support. Traveling abroad coupled with her Chickasaw heritage influence her work through texture, pattern, design, surface and color. Marcucci lives in Anchorage with her husband Will and is represented by Stephan Fine Arts. Also enjoy live music by The Spenerds, new original works by Justin Grebe inside the Captain Cook Coffee Cubby, and 'Never-Before-Seen in Alaska' dichro glassware by Glass Blower Ryan Staub! Located inside the Hotel Captain Cook. (Stephan Fine Arts, 939 W 5th Avenue)

First Friday at Resolution Brewery

Brandy Pippin will be showing for First Friday at Resolution Brewery. Living in Alaska for several years has inspired Brandy to focus on wildlife art. She uses an airbrush and colored pencils to create a realistic scenes incorporating the wildlife Alaskans get to see daily. She uses bright colors and out of focus backgrounds to draw the viewers eye toward the main subject. Stop in for refreshments and to meet the artist. (Resolution Brewery, 3024 Mountain View Drive)


"The Aurora Hunter" – Todd Salat

Aurora Fine Art gallery Hosts Todd Salat, “The Aurora Hunter” and four time Iditarod Champion Jeff King. Todd’s newest northern lights photography will be featured. In addition Jeff will be sharing race strategies and signing autographs. The two will be accompanied by wonderful live music from the Rick Zelinsky Trio! (Aurora Fine Art Gallery, 737 W 5th Avenue)

First Friday Youth Art Show

Support Covenant House Alaska by purchasing original artwork, jewelry, and sculptures created by their very own young local artists! Enjoy music, light hors d'oeuvre's and refreshments. (Covenant House, 755 A Street)

Rapid Space Shorts in the Thomas Planetarium

These quick planetarium experiences range from constellation tours of the night sky and cruising around the solar system to learning about light and the aurora borealis. Free; ticket required and available at the front desk. (Anchorage Museum, 625 C Street)

Anchorage School District Student Art Exhibition Opening

The 47th annual Anchorage School District student art exhibition showcases artwork from more than 750 of the district’s student artists. Themed “Diversity,” the exhibition gives kindergarten through high school students the opportunity to showcase their artwork in a museum. Teachers select the pieces, which include drawings, paintings, multimedia works, jewelry and sculpture. The exhibition is presented in conjunction with National Youth Art Month, an acknowledgement of visual arts programs in American schools. In addition to the Anchorage Museum, exhibition locations include Anchorage City Hall, Chugiak-Eagle River Library, Z.J. Loussac Public Library and Midtown Mall. (Anchorage Museum, 625 C Street)

J. Cost – New Gods

Enjoy a collection of works depicting a surreal experience of being greater apes in an exponentially advancing technological world. (Catalyst Cannabis Co, 9900 Old Seward Highway)

Rondy Rail Fair

This is Northern Lights Model Railroad Club’s biggest open house of the year! There will be lots of trains running, prizes, and lots of activity for everyone to enjoy. Come take in the miniature wonderland at the Northern Lights Model Railroad Club! Club members will be on hand to answer questions and point out some of the highlights of the layout. In addition to all of that, there will be prizes! That's right, they have a raffle, it is free to enter, and everyone who walks through the door, of any age, can put a ticket in the drawing! You do not need to be present to win, we will be sure to call and let you know if you win and are not at the club. Admission is free, and all ages are welcome! (Northern Lights Model Railroad Club, 1340 Lidia Selkregg Lane)

After Hours at the Anchorage Museum

Open galleries. Open minds. Open late. Launch your weekend at the museum with music, art, talks, food and more on First Friday. Tonight: Yup’ik dancers perform in Art of the North galleries, Anchorage School District student art exhibitionopens, Rapid Space short films in the planetarium, and elevator music with Danger & Diva. Atrium kiosk open with snacks, beer and wine available for purchase. (Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, 625 C Street)

Sevigny Studios February First Friday

Sevigny Studio presents popular Alaskan artist Andrea Patton with her show “I Love Alaska”. Andrea’s canvas paintings reflect all that is memorable in Alaska. Her show features islands, cliffs, moose and bears and her newest work, a painting based on a photo of three-time Iditarod winner Mitch Seavy. For music we have singer/songwriter Becky Kotter. Her performances are captivating. Becky’s voice alone is amazing and when she gets going on speed strumming her performance turns to awe inspiring. (Sevigny Studios, 608 W. 4th Avenue)


I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change

The longest running off-Broadway revue in history has been revised for the 21st century! This celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind that contemporary conundrum known as "the relationship." Act I explores the journey from dating and waiting to love and marriage, while Act II reveals the agonies and triumphs of in-laws and newborns, trips in the family car and pick-up techniques of the geriatric set. This hilarious revue pays tribute to those who have loved and lost, to those who have fallen on their face at the portal of romance, to those who have dared to ask, "Say, what are you doing Saturday night?" The 2018 version features two new songs, revised lyrics and dialogue throughout the show to reflect dating in modern times. The performance starts at 7pm and tickets are available at (Cyrano’s Theatre, 3800 Debarr Road)

Yup'ik Dancing

Join the Anchorage Museum for the opening celebration for a special, limited exhibition of four Yup’ik Tumanret masks. This quartet of masks, representing windmaker spirits, was made by Ikamrailnguq, a renowned carver in Napaskiaq c. 1900. The masks, which are currently part of museum collections at the Fowler Museum in Los Angeles, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, and Menil Collection in Houston, are reunited in Alaska for the first time in more than 100 years. Yup’ik Elder, culture-bearer and curator Chuna McIntyre welcomes the four masks back to Alaska with Yup’ik dancers performing, sharing the history, cultural traditions and contextual importance of these masks.(Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, 625 C Street)


Pulse Dance Company in Concert 2019

Pulse Dance Company presents gripping new work CARAVAN by Anchorage choreographer Stephanie Wonchala. CARAVAN immerses audiences in a topsy turvy world that's part macabre carnival, part comedic parade, and soberingly relevant. In a world where any fool can be king, dancers invite audiences into a mad house of haunting missed connections and vaudevillian splendor. Prepare to experience a breadth of expressive possibilities as the company's athletic dancers dive headfirst into a roiling, highly physical, and delightfully quirky escapade. The first act will consist of new works and guest performances, including choreography set by Studio 49's Mikal Preston on the dancers of Pulse Dance Co, new work set by Pulse's Stephanie Wonchala on the dancers of Studio 49, and a guest performance by Momentum Dance Collective. Tickets are available at (Earl Brown Auditorium, 2422 E Tudor Road)

29th Annual Melodrama

In this year's Melodrama, Aria Goldsinger's lust for gold brings her to Alaska, where she will go to great lengths - including kidnapping and missile launches - to get her hands on the goods. However, MI5's best agent, Sam Spond, is on the job in what's sure to be another rowdy, rockin' and rollin', popcorn-throwin' good time! Tickets are available at (49th State Brewing Co., 717 W 3rd Avenue)



Lysistrata is a bawdy Greek comedy by the ancient playwright Aristophanes, first staged in 411 BCE. It is the comic account of one woman’s extraordinary mission to end the Peloponnesian War, as Lysistrata convinces the women of Greece to withhold sexual privileges from their husbands as a means of forcing the men to negotiate a peace. Written by Aristophanes, translated by Jeffery Henderson. Contains adult themes, references, and language. May not be suitable for kids.Tickets are available at (UAA Fine Arts Building, 3700 Alumni Drive)

First Friday Comedy

Liven up your First Fridays with local laughs. Each month, Hard Rock Café features a new line-up of Alaska's best stand-up comedians. Hosted by Matt Jardin on the second floor. A $5 donation is suggested, and this event is 21 and up. (Hard Rock Café, 415 E Street)

Dirty First Friday With Robbie Williams

Dirty First Friday is a comedy show for local comic's to come up with the dirtiest jokes they can think of to make you laugh. The Alleyway Grille will be catering! Daaaaaa Clothing will be there selling merchandise! 8 local comedians and a Roast Battle between Kevin The Brain and Robbie Williams. This isn't going to be a show for the thin-skinned people. (Koot’s, 2435 Spenard Road)


The Show at ACAL and Play Parties

For over a year The Show at ACAL has been the best spot downtown for entertaining and exciting performance art!For reserved seats, advance tickets, or with any questions, text 907-775-8419!!! All events are 18+ with valid ID! (ACAL, E 5th Avenue)

House Sessions at subzero

Friday nights SubZera are bringing back the House Sessions! Local DJ's will be bringing you house beats that will set the subZero Microlounge mood! They’re bringing you Jacob Mattie, DJ Clint Staples, AKHM DJ's & DJ Just Adam with a few others thrown into the mix. Playing every Friday night from 9pm to close. (SubZero, 612 F Street)

Orion Donicht

Orion Donicht is made from the syrupy effluence of Fairview, Alaska. This tacky man has picked up eclectic dust and dogs, dew and mists and overall is a compendium of music you know, music you don't know, and music you thought you knew. A deft story telling creature, his feats of limber linguistics and quick wit keep this author trying to describe him truthfully, without sounding like a jack ass. (Van’s Dive Bar, 1027 E. 5th Avenue)

Ken Peltier Band

Grab your boots and come dance with the best country band in Alaska! The Ken Peltier band has that unique ability to blend it’s deep country roots with classic Americana rock & blues. Ken’s top notch musicianship and down home charisma make the Ken Peltier Band Alaska’s Premier Country Band. Ken Peltier is the frontman for the Ken Peltier Band. The band was formed in 1996 fueled by Ken’s passion for singing, songwriting, and guitar playing. The Ken Peltier Band plays clubs, arenas, and special events, from the Alaska State Fair to Arctic Man attended by fifteen thousand extreme snowmobile and ski enthusiasts. Ken and the band also take time to do shows and events to raise money for Leukemia Lymphoma research, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospitals, The American Cancer Society, Shriners, and Elks and Wounded Warriors. (Matnuska Brewing Co., 2830 C Street)


Yachtly Crew

Williwaw Social and Midnight Sun Brewing Company are proud to present Yachtly Crew - Alaska's only 70s yacht rock band. Do you love the smooth sounds of Hall and Oates, Toto, Lionel Richie, and the Doobie Brothers? How about the far out tunes of KC and the Sunshine Band, The Tramps, and Sister Sledge? You do?!? Then the musicians/masterminds behind popular local 80s tribute band I Like Robots have a live 70s concert, performance, revue and dance party for you! (Williwaw Social, 609 F Street)



The Flowmotion name has been in existence since 2001 under the creative eye of founder, guitarist and lead vocalist Josh Clauson – the only member of the band’s original lineup. The most recent addition to the Flowmotion lineup came last year in the form of guitarist RL Heyer, who brought to the already talented band an arsenal of rock licks. While Flowmotion always had a multi-genre attack hidden in its quiver, Heyer’s skill set allows the band to transition from downright booty shaking funk to fist-pumping rock before the packed dance floor knows what hit them. Members include Josh Clauson on Vocals/Guitar, Scott Goodwin on Drums/Vox, Bob Rees on Percussion, Sabu Miyata on the Bass, Zach Stewart on Guitar and Eric Robert on the keys. When their show is in full swing, Clauson and Heyer’s guitars converse pleasantly and aggressively, often escalating to arena rock levels while at the same time creating the sort of soundscapes typically reserved for the likes of Pink Floyd. Tickets are available at This event is 21 and over. (Sitzmark, 100 Olympic Mountain Loop)

NBT at Hard Rock

NBT will be playing at the after party for Tim Montana during Fur Rondy at Hard Rock Cafe! They will be bringing you all of their country songs and then some to end the evening of some great music. (Hard Rock Café, 415 E Street)

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