First Friday

Babaluca, AvileDescent, The Impossible Ones, and Try Me Bicycle Are Just Come Of Who's Performing At Tonight's First Friday

The Fell City Shouts are scheduled to perform tonight at the The Lost Leaf.

Tonight's the monthly First Friday art walk in downtown Phoenix, and -- as always -- we've put together a list of some of the musical and performers who'll be doing their thing along Grand Avenue and Roosevelt Row.

Check it out:

Amber Darland [folk/Americana] 7 p.m. Fair Trade Café, 1020 N 1st Ave., 602-354-8150.

AvileDescent, & more [rock] 9 p.m. Casa Blanca Lounge, 1801 W. Van Buren St., 602-252-5353.

Bad Boy Bad Girl Club feat. George Bowman [soul/funk/R&B] 9 p.m. $7 Chez Nous, 915 Grand Ave., 602-266-7372.

DJ Iowatest, & DJ Mendez [house/techno] 7 p.m. nextDOOR, 901 N. 4th St., 602-254-6424.

Dulce Dance Company [modern dance] 7:30 p.m. PHiX Gallery, 1113 Grand Ave., 602-252-7449.

The Fell City Shouts, & The Stork Hunters [rock/indie/jazz] 8 p.m. The Lost Leaf, 914 N. 5th St., 602-258-0014

First Friday’s Art Festival feat. Babaluca, & more [rock/indie] 7 p.m. Holgas Gallery, 821 N. 3rd St.

Hollywood Takeover Battle feat. No Longer Together, Amorous Heart, & more [rock] 7 p.m., $10. Alice Cooper’stown, 101 E. Jackson St., 602-253-7337.

The Impossible Ones, Video Nasties, Automatic Eraser, Garage Shock!, & more [rock/indie] 8 p.m. The Ruby Room, 717 S. Central Ave., 602-258-6900.

Starlings, & more [rock/indie] 7 p.m. Drop In Gallery, 917 N. 5th St.

T. Culture [reggae/world] 6 p.m. Afidas Hair Culture, 116 E. Roosevelt St., 602-258-4992.

Ticket to Tokyo, The Luxury, Wolfshit, & more [rock/indie] The Firehouse, 1015 N. 1st St., 602-300-7575. 8 p.m.

Try Me Bicycle, The Dorsets, & more [rock/indie/Americana] 7:30 p.m. Paisley Violin 1030 Grand Ave., 602-254-7843.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.