Best Bets August 8, 2013

Rosco Bandana, a folk-rock band from Gulfport, headlines tonight at Down on Main. The band is on the road promoting its new album, “Time to Begin.” Rosco Bandana has already written its second album and will likely preview some new tunes tonight. The Giving Tree Band, based in Illinois, opens the show at 6:30 p.m. Down on Main is free and at Fairpark. The event also features food and art vendors. Check tupelodownonmain.com for more, and check out music by the bands at roscobandana.com and thegivingtreeband.com

Rosco Bandana, a folk-rock band from Gulfport, headlines tonight at Down on Main. The band is on the road promoting its new album, “Time to Begin.” Rosco Bandana has already written its second album and will likely preview some new tunes tonight. The Giving Tree Band, based in Illinois, opens the show at 6:30 p.m. Down on Main is free and at Fairpark. The event also features food and art vendors. Check tupelodownonmain.com for more, and check out music by the bands at roscobandana.com and thegivingtreeband.com

TUPELO

‘Acoustic Ninja’ Bundy to perform at Link Centre

Trace Bundy’s unique live show is coming to the Link Centre.

Bundy, from Colorado, taught himself his one-ofa-kind technique.

He’ll take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Link Centre’s Concert Hall.

It’s $10/adults, $5/students.

For more information, call the Link Centre at (662) 690-4011.

West of Shake Rag hosts pajama party improv show

Don your best pink bunny slippers or footed pajamas at West of Shake Rag’s Pajama Party show on Saturday.

The family-friendly improv comedy show starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Black Box Theater in the Link Centre.

It’s $5, and that includes free popcorn.

If you’re looking for slightly more adult comedy, check out the group’s weekly show tonight at 7, also at the Black Box.

It’s $5 too.

For more info, call (662) 690-4011.

NEW ALBANY
Food, art, music combine at event

Downtown New Albany hosts its annual Arts, Beats & Eats on Friday.

Artists like Micha Foster, John Anson, Clyde McDowell, Kathryn Dye and many more are participating in the juried art show. Local restaurants like Coffee Addict, Mannings BBQ and Sugaree’s Bakery will showcase the best food they
offer.

John West will perform.

Arts, Beats & Eats is 5-8 p.m. at In Bloom’s event hall in New Albany.

Tickets are $10.

Call (662) 534-3438 for more information.

Folk Art on the River at Farmer’s Market
The New Albany Farmer’s Market will be abuzz this Saturday with music and art.

The final Folk Art on the River is 7 a.m.-noon at the farmer’s market and includes music, art, yoga, an art contest and kids’ events.

Artists will have their work for sale, too.

It’s free.

For more info, call (662) 534-3438.