Editor's picks: 22 things to do this weekend in Columbus

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

First legit three-day weekend of the year brings with it a crap-ton to do. Hit up the Crew SC game Friday? Or get the first scoop of Jeni's for the year? Get tacos and margaritas at the Columbus Commons prior to the free roeVy show? Or watch "The Neverending Story" on the big screen? As always, here's what I'd do this weekend if I could be everywhere all the time.

Friday

Alive Presents roeVy, Druid Cloak and Funerals at Columbus Commons

Free show. Columbus Commons. Summer kick-off. Tacos. Happy hour with Corona and marges. What's not to love?

Book to Film Series: "The Neverending Story" at Gateway Film Center

Big Head Todd & The Monsters, G. Love & Special Sauce, Anders Osborne at LC Pavilion

CD102.5 Summer Kick-Off Showcase: The Kyle Sowashes, Stations, Sleep Fleet at Skully's Music-Diner

Get the first Jeni's of the season when the scoop shops reopen

Nuclear Moms at Worst Kept Secret Fest

Get your magical realism on with "Tomorrowland" at a movie theater

Palma Violets at A&R Music Bar

Crew SC vs. Chicago Fire at Mapfre Stadium

Saturday

The Liner Notes play Black Sabbath's Paranoid at Spacebar

By all accounts, The Liner Notes killed it when they performed Radiohead's OK Computer in its entirety. Can they slay it with Black Sabbath's Paranoid?

P the Emcee, Trigno, Senseless, Nes Wordz at Cafe Bourbon St.

X__X at Ace of Cups

Worst Kept Secret Fest at Skate Naked

Dana Lynn Harper's "elsewhere" at The Vanderelli Room

Be wowed by photographer Catherine Opie Wexner Center for the Arts exhibit

Challenge your foundation of faith (or non-faith as the case may be) at the thought-provoking "The Christians" at Riffe Center Studio One

Mr. Gnome, Bummers and EYE at The Basement

Sunday

Mastodon and Clutch at LC Pavilion

The Unofficial Clutch and Mastodon Pre-Show Party featuring Dark Horse and Lo-Pan at Studio 35

A perfect little two-fer for metal fans in Columbus.

Planning for Burial at Cafe Bourbon Street

Check out Charles Wince's art house

Angela Perley & the Howlin' Moons at Natalie's Coal-Fired Pizza