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Flint Local 432 Pop/Punk Concert Show

03/06/2015
Flint Local 432, Flint Michigan

Enjoy this pop/punk show for Winner Take All’s record release with special guests Chasing the Riots, Sprowt, Call Your Shots and Oakhill. This all-ages venue, located in downtown Flint’s entertainment district, provides year-round performing arts programming, but primarily live music. Most of its audience, and the musicians themselves, are high school and college-age students. The club is known for both the diversity of its programming and its willingness to book any act confident enough to take the stage and play original music. For more information and a list of upcoming shows visit www.redinkflint.org.

 

Run For Your Wife

03/06/2015
Fenton Village Playhouse, Fenton Michigan

Enjoy this comedy about a London cab driver, John Smith, who has two lives, complete with two different wives, Mary and Barbara. Somehow, John manages to juggle them both without arousing suspicion until he is caught up in a mugging and wakes up in the hospital. John ends up with Mary instead of with Barbara, with whom he should be with at the moment, and now has to deal with explaining this problem to both of his wives and the police all at once. For details and a schedule of upcoming shows visit www.fentonvillageplayers.org.

Bud, Not Buddy

03/06/2015
Elgood Theater, Flint Michigan

It is 1936, and ten-year-old Bud Caldwell has been in and out of foster homes since his mother died four years ago. With nothing but a bag full of rocks and a heart full of hope, he sets out on a journey to find his true home. A conversation with the creative team will follow tonight’s performance. Recommended for ages 8 and older. For details and a schedule of upcoming shows visit www.thefim.org.

Flint Local 432 Free Wood and Wire Acoustic Concert Show

03/07/2015
Flint Local 432, Flint Michigan

Enjoy this free wood and wire acoustic show featuring She the Spektor, Josh Shirah, Joe Ragnone, Aaron Schmidt & The Deviant Romantic and Birdhouse. This all-ages venue, located in downtown Flint’s entertainment district, provides year-round performing arts programming, but primarily live music. Most of its audience, and the musicians themselves, are high school and college-age students. The club is known for both the diversity of its programming and its willingness to book any act confident enough to take the stage and play original music. For more information and a list of upcoming shows visit www.redinkflint.org.