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.
The Vespers at Camp House
You would be hard to find a more approachable band than the sibling duos found in The Vespers. Appealing to both Americana and Christian audiences, their music is a mix of poignant singer/songwriter tunes and playful indie folk. The band regularly performs on shows like Music City Roots and Bluegrass Underground. Their 2012 album “The Fourth Wall” was widely acclaimed by critics. The Vespers will perform an early set at The Camp House tonight beginning at 7p.m.
When: 7 p.m.
Where: 1427 Williams St.
How Much: $8
Beats Antique at Track 29
A combination of electronic and world music with a seductive visual production, Beats Antique is unlike anything you’ve witnessed before. Originally, the band gathered to accompany belly dancers while they performed. With an impressive history of pushing the boundaries of music, a trio was formed between David Satori, Sidecar Tommy Cappel and Zoe Jakes. A Beats Antique show is both visually stunning and an auditory achievement. Their performance at Track 29 will be followed by an after party at JJ’s Bohemia.
When: 9 p.m.
Where: 1400 Market St.
How Much: $17
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