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The Mardi Gras Parade is coming back!

*In best Professor Farnsworth voice* Good news, everyone! The Mardi Gras Parade is officially back!   We confirmed the news earlier this week with the

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Photo Gallery: Bush / Starcrawler at the Midland

Bush / Photo by Fally Afani Well, kids. It was Mom and Dad's night out at the Midland on Tuesday. Don't scoff, we can spot
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The Highs and Lows of Folk Alliance 2023

We haven't been at Folk Alliance since before the pandemic (stupid COVID). But this year, we returned and were pleased to find that not only
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February is for the Dancers and the Lovers: Our Live Music Picks for This Month

Consider February the month to wake up and get dancing! Shows are finally picking back up, and you’ll find reasons to avoid the miserably cold

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Kaw Valley Public House: 2017 – 2023

North Lawrence just lost a gem for the music scene. After Saturday night, Kaw Valley Public House is closed for good. We briefly spoke with

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Loving You Big Time: Lawrence turns out for Angel Olsen

Lawrence is definitely hungry for live music right now. We have now seen two weekends in a row with sold-out concerts, with Saturday's Angel Olsen
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Photo Gallery: Radkey / Local Darling / Lizard Brain Trust

After a brief stint with the KU Men's Basketball pep band, Radkey headed to the Bottleneck for a night of rocking out. While most shows
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Watch: Radkey played the KU Men’s Basketball game

Full disclosure of conflict of interest: Editor Fally Afani is an employee of the KU School of Music and therefore connected with the KU Men’s

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Photo Gallery: Orlo / The Whips / The Bigs

When you think of college bands, it's hard not to picture a young and scruffy group of rockers fully diving into garage rock or indie.
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Sunday afternoons are now for music lovers

There’s no such thing as a lazy Sunday in Lawrence. We’ve seen more afternoon shows popping up, and the community is taking notice. Kaw Valley