Local punk band that’s reuniting to celebrate the end of the world— or at least the world as calibrated by the Mayans. Opening acts are the local almost all-female postpunk avant-jazz quintet Pussy Pirates, the Chicago postpunk trio Paper Mice, and the local punk band Suicide by Cop.
In-the-round performances by this local trio-- alt-country honky- tonk and rockabilly singer-songwriter Racine, psychedelic honky- tonk singer-songwriter Holk, and country-folk singer-songwriter Smith.
Popular 8-piece Detroit pop dance band.
Veteran local classic country and country-rock band led by singer- guitarist Newhouse. With guitarist Kevin Brown, bassist Chris Goerke, and drummer Eric Nyhuis. 6-9:30 p.m.
Northville band that plays blues-rock originals and traditional blues.
The duo of singer-guitarist Rich and singer-songwriter and “mandolin maniac” Prosser perform a mix of acoustic originals and traditional music.
Salsa music by this popular local Latin jazz band led by drummer Pete Siers.
Local quartet whose eclectic repertoire ranges from traditional Irish music to rockabilly, bluegrass, novelty songs, and roots-rock originals. Preceded (6-7 p.m.) by a holiday sing-along led by Glen Levens frontman Kevin Devine.
With bands TBA.
Folk, rock, and blues originals by this Jackson-area singer- songwriter.