If you're looking for a good time, Somerville's got you covered. Here are some ideas for playing, consuming, listening and recovering in Somerville this weekend.
At Johnny D's, you can check out some American rock Friday night with Loose Change, which begins at 7:30 p.m. Later, at 10 p.m., check out African rock and pop with Mamadou, a Boston Music Award winner.
On Saturday, it's a tribute to the Allman Brothers. Peacheaters hit the stage at along with Delta Generators at 10 p.m. Earlier that night, the horns come alive with Love Dogs. If you're into swing and R&B, check them out at 7:30 p.m.
For a more intimate music and drinking experience, Jess Tardy Band is playing Bull McCabe's Friday night at 8 p.m., and Paddy Saul is playing Saturday at 10 p.m.
At The Burren, Swerve is on stage Friday and Red Square entertains the crowd on Saturday.
Precinct has a long lineup of acts this weekend. The Truezoos, Goldenboy, Sh*t Brown Eyes (sorry, we're a family site) and Gideon Grey perform Friday. Cardboard, Mercenary, Satellites Fall, Action Camp, Todd Kramer and Hail Laveau perform Saturday.
At Sally O'Brien's, Radioactive Rustlers get things started off Friday evening, followed by Will Davies & Jonah Sacks, Hillbilly Holiday, and Sand Machine.
On Saturday, it's Les Sampou Band at 6 p.m., and then Family Jewels at 9 p.m.
Check out something a little more chill Sunday afternoon at The Center for Arts at the Armory. A number of artists will be performing a showcase called the Roots Attached Revue Showcase. Listen to Amaricana, folk, Celtic, blues and acoustic rock. The showcase begins at 3 p.m.
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