Friday night is nothing but music. Beaner’s Central has an eclectic lineup that starts light and ends heavy. Teatro Zuccone and Legacy Glassworks host similarly disparate lineups.

Travel between venues along Superior Street is made easier by the free DTA Trolley, which will feature performances by Cyr and Mel Annala.

A new venue this year is the Dr. Robert Powless Cultural Center. The auditorium in the American Indian Community Housing
Organization’s Gimaajii-Mino-Bimaadizimin building has an expansive stage that will be well used by Sing! A Women’s Chorus, #theindianheadband and A Band Called Truman.

Those looking for a more intimate experience can check out another new venue, Blush. The collectively run bar and concert room will have a mix of genres, from hip-hop to indie rock.

The Latelys play the Rex at 10:30 p.m. The trio, led by Jenna Harting’s powerful vocals, was one of the surprise hits at Homegrown last year. It was the band’s first gig in front of a large audience, having only played together for four months.

“We were really thrilled to hear people enjoyed listening to us as much as we enjoyed playing as a group,” says pianist C.J. Hanson.
Fans can expect some new songs; the Latelys hope to release a full-length album in the next year.

Late night rawkers have a tough choice to make. Will it be Mary Bue, Gaelynn Lea or Àlamode? Post-midnight, they’ll be commanding the stages at Rex Bar, Pizza Lucé and R.T. Quinlan’s, respectively

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