Here's the part where I trot out that old adage about only boring people being bored, because, you guys, this weekend is all kinds of crazy. There's Gallery Hop, Free Comic Book Day, the new Avengers movie, tons of concerts (from rap to Hall & Oates!), beer events, Hell City, and more. As always, here's what I'd do this weekend if I could be everywhere all the time.
You know want to see Daryl Hall & John Oates at The LC
Seriously. You know want to.
Columbus Craft Beer Week
Death By Banjo at Byrne's Pub
Wolf Alice at The Basement
The Kyle Sowashes, The Whiles, Earwig at Ace of Cups
Watch "The Salt of the Earth" documentary
Get your superhero blockbuster on with "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
Witness James Beoddy's iconic outsider art at The Vanderelli Room
Hell City Tattoo Festival
Free Comic Book Day is here y'all!
Trust me, it's waaay better than Record Store Day. And while you're in the comics mood, check out these six local comic book creators. Trust me, you'll love at least one of them.
The Liner Notes play Radiohead's OK Computer in its entirety at King Avenue 5
Gonna be hard to pass this up if you're any kind of '90s music geek.
Pinchflat poster gallery opening at Wild Goose Creative
Beginner's Homebrew Class at Lineage Brewing
Maifest at Zauber Brewing Co.
Black Lives Matter concert at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
Amy Speace at Natalie's Coal-Fired Pizza
Blueprint, J. Rawls, King Vada, The Almighty Owl Greens at Brothers Drake Meadery & Bar
Gallery Hop in the Short North
Enjoy Oddfellows Liquor Bar's new patio at the official patio opening (yeah, that's a thing)
Try out the Crest's fantastic new small plates menu
Note to restaurants: Describe your tofu as crispy and you're guaranteed to get a personal visit from yours truly.
Adam Faucett and The Tall Grass at Double Happiness
Treat yo'self at Spring Flea at Seventh Son Brewing Co.