Amsterdam Bar and Hall welcomes Nur-D to the stage to celebrate the release of his full length album Crush. Xina and Essjay The Afrocentric Rachett come as special guests.
Go to Conga Latin Bistro to dance it out to sets from Sister Zo, Amelia Holt, and Elysium Alps.
HYLTN – 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY DANCE – FEAT. COLE DIAMOND
HYLTN, or Honky Tonkin’ Hold Your Lady Tight Night, turns 5 and the Fraternal Order of Eagles celebrates with two step and line dancing lessons, sets from Cole Diamond, and an open dance period.
FRI-SUN. 3/31-4/2 various times. $8.
The Trylon hosts one of the best films of the ‘90s that you may never want to watch again. In Ratcatcher, a boy living in poverty witnesses the death of his friend and tries to navigate his guilt.
Tombstone (1993) 35mm presentation with pre-movie trivia
In a continuation of ‘90s movies being shown this weekend, head to the Parkway for pre-movie trivia and a showing of the 1994 western, Tombstone.
FRI-SUN. 3/31-4/2 various times. $5-$12.
Catch the Shakespearian classic Pericles from the BFA Acting Program Company of 2025 at the Rarig Center.
Stressica / ET / Scott Yoder (Seattle) / Loser Magnet / Extraterrestrials
For an out of this world night, head to Fraternal Order of Eagles for performances from Stressica (formerly Diva 93), synth punk group E.T., glitter-folk artist Scott Yoder, local indie rockers Loser Magnet, and band Extraterrestrials.