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Friday

Fly Under Fest opens at Café Bourbon St.

City Council recently designated April 21 as “Columbus Music Day.” For two nights beginning on Friday, April 20, Cafe Bourbon St., Dirty Dungarees and Spacebar will play host to Fly Under Fest, which features a load of appropriately underground bands whose members were far more likely to be spotted around back peeing on City Hall at the moment the resolution was signed than anywhere near the gallery.

Marah at Hogan House concerts “You Were Never Really Here” opens in theaters Hell City Tattoo Festival opens at Hyatt Regency

  

Saturday

No Stalling female hip-hop night at Rumba Cafe

Bree the Rapper, A$IA, Trillnotic and NyQuinn are among the female voices featured at the No Stalling showcase on Saturday, April 21 at Rumba Cafe.

Prints & Pints at Four String Brewing’s Hilltop Taproom Find your vinyl as local shops mark Record Store Day Oyo Dance Company Red Carpet Soiree at King Arts Complex The Roosevelt Coffeehouse celebrates third anniversary Sunday

Queer Queens of Qomedy at the Funny Bone

Local comedian and activist Brooke Cartus is a likely show-stealer in this lineup, which includes Karen Williams and headliner Poppy Champlin.

Barley’s annual home brewing competition Turnover at Skully’s Music-Diner