Concert preview: CD102.5 Day: Side B's low cost of entry makes picking-and-choosing more desirable

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

CD102.5 Day draws to a close this weekend with a mix of acts as diverse as the first side.

The low cost of entry ($5) makes this perfect opportunity to pop in and out for a favorite band or two, whether you prefer the Jamiroquai-aping modern-soul funk of Jungle, the spare Americana-leaning Shakey Graves, Robert DeLong’s EDM pop-dissonance or Airborne Toxic Event’s more straightforward indie-rock.

LC Pavilion

4 p.m. Saturday, April 4

504 Neil Ave., Arena District

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