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Thursday night in the Maintenance Shop will be a night of fairly local music. Twin Cities' Bad Bad Hats will be performing with the support of Iowa City's Halfloves.
Robert Stevenson will be playing in the Maintenance Shop Wednesday evening, which is a bigger deal than it may seem at first.
Hinterland Music Festival announced Sturgill Simpson, Band of Horses, CHVRCHES and more will be appearing for the fourth annual event.
Sometimes it's possible to separate the art from the emotion that inspired it during a performance. It's possible to judge the performer on the performance and remove emotion from the situation entirely.
Spoken-word artist Andrea Gibson will bring poetry and music to the Maintenance Shop Thursday evening. The show will include original works from Gibson that highlight life and society.
The Ames Winter Classic came to the Maintenance Shop for the seventh time on Friday night.
The Ames Winter Classic will hit the Maintenance Shop for the seventh time on Friday.
Judah & the Lion performed in the Great Hall on Friday night as part of WinterFest, and it might have been one of the best shows I have ever attended.
Take a second and think about what your favorite genre of music is. Got it? Whatever it is, Judah & the Lion has you covered and they're coming to Iowa State's Great Hall on Friday night.
Halloween is the most wonderful time of the year... for college kids at least. Costumes, parties, piles of junk food, and your favorite spooky things all come out.
A music event at Iowa State will put the university on an international map of places around the world commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
Are you a fan of folk, americana or bluegrass music and in need of something to do this Halloween weekend? Then look no further than DG’s Tap House in Ames. Useful Jenkins, The Way Down Wanderers and Good Morning Bedlam will all be bringing music to the venue on Friday night.
Stephens auditorium was a full house, people were filing in to the far corners of the sold out show. Beer was flowing and as the clock was ticking closer to 8 P.M. and Tim Allen was in the building.
The 13th Doctor on Britain's hit television series is a woman, a first for the show.
The Des Moines Arts Festival will take over Western Gateway Park this weekend, filling the area with visual art, food and live music. The festival has been happening since 1958, when it started as "Art in the Park", but this year marks 20 years since the festival moved downtown to Western Gateway Park.
Here's the lowdown on local music and events this weekend around Ames:
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Last night, Stephens Auditorium was packed with an audience of all ages for Derek and Julianne Hough's "Move- Beyond" tour. The brother and sister of "Dancing With the Stars" fame and their company took to the stage for a show that featured "inspiration pulled from the elements- earth, wind, fire and water," according to Julianne Hough's official website.
Memorial Day weekend will feature another two days of live music in and around Ames. Check and see who's playing here:
"Brand New" singer Ben Rector is set to perform in the Memorial Union's Great Hall on Wednesday, August 23rd. Doors for the event open at 7:00 P.M. for an 8:00 P.M. show, and tickets are already on sale through midwestix.com and through the Maintenance Shop box office starting on August 21st. Tickets cost $28 for the public and $18 for Iowa State students.
Cult TV series Twin Peaks is back, beginning with a 2-hour revival premiere.