Who's performing at tomorrow's First Friday art walk
By Benjamin Leatherman
Folksy indie quirksters Polka Dot Dot are scheduled to visit the Trunk Space.
Normally we'd be putting this up tomorrow, but since it'll be a holiday (and in all likelihood y'all will be out feting freedom, fireworks, and frankfurters for three days straight) we thought we'd give everyone an early warning on what bands and musicians are scheduled for this month's First Friday in downtown Phoenix.
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Brum Pate, The Old Lemon Tan, Hooves, & Golden Seahorses (experimental, folk rock, indie) 7 p.m. Holgas Gallery, 821 N. 3rd St.
DJ Jon Dread spins in the Tree Jay House (reggae, old school hip-hop, breakbeats) 8 p.m. HoodRide, 918 N. 5th St.
El Ten Eleven, Babaluca, Times Beach, and Lonna Kelley (electro, new wave, indie) 8 p.m. The Ruby Room, 717 S. Central Ave., 602-258-6900
The Free Street Band(bagpipe band) 7 p.m. Starts at the Second & Roosevelt Streets
James W. Barnhart (folk/acoustic) 7 p.m. Just Breathe - A Wellness Sanctuary, 828 N. 2nd St., 602-256-1400.
July 4th Independence Spectacular with Porches, Foot Ox, and Polka Dot Dot Dot (indie, folk, eclectic) 10 p.m. The Trunk Space, 1506 Grand Ave., 602-256-6006.
The Myrrors, The Unfiltered Sound, & more (experimental, psychedelic) 8 p.m. Canvas, 1011 N. 3rd St.
The Roof Rats (bluegrass) 7 p.m. Red Dog Gallery, 812 N. 3rd St., 602-340-1838.
Strawman (Americana, folk rock)6 p.m. Yoga at Heart, 109 W. Portland St., 602-354-4994.
Vocab Malone (Christian hip-hop) 7 p.m. South side of 3rd & Garfield. 7 p.m.
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