Looking for something to get into tonight? Maybe a drink or a good time with friends? We've got you covered with a glimpse of things happening around town.
Triple songwriting bill at The Camp House
Songwriters Joy Ike, Brook Annibale and Jeff Miller will perform at The Camp House tonight. The three artists will each perform a set in the venue’s intimate setting. Annibale released her third full-length album in 2011. Ike has drawn comparisons to Regina Spektor, Corinne Bailey Rae and Norah Jones. Her new album, "All or Nothing," has received airplay on various NPR affiliates. Miller is a Pittsburgh-based musician. Along with his band—"The Contribution"—Miller has performed at Red Rocks, Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits.
When: 7 p.m.
Where: 1427 Williams St.
How much: $5
There’s just something about a Monday that makes it seem OK to kick back a few margaritas at sundown. For starters, it’s blistering hot outside, and the humidity could make a penguin sweat. Furthermore, you’ve probably threatened to kill several people in your office today with either your bare hands or, worse, a makeshift weapon (e.g., plastic spoon, Oatmeal Creme Pie, earbuds, etc.) All of this is to say, drink the darn margarita. Or two. You deserve it. They’ll serve you two for the price of one at Amigos restaurants tonight.
When: 4-7 p.m.
Where: Various locations
How much: Two for one margaritas, $2.99 for 32-ounce beers
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