GIG: The Art of Michigan Music, Kaki King, Chrome Sparks – This Week's Friday5

. January 15, 2016.
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Friday, December 15

GIG: The Art of Michigan Music, Opening Reception
6:00 PM 
The Ann Arbor Art Center
Free

The Ann Arbor Art Center and LifeinMichigan.com to present GIG: The Art of Michigan Music. This exhibit features concert photography, gig posters, and shirt designs by twenty Michigan artists of Michigan bands and musicians.

The Ann Arbor Art Center, 117 W. Liberty St. 
734-994-8004 | annarborartcenter.org

It’s Our 70’s Show
8:00 PM
Towsley Auditorium
$12-$15

Out Loud Chorus, Washtenaw County's Original LGBTQA Community Chorus, is celebrating the decade of the 70's! You'll hear the music of Cat Stevens, the Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Carole King, Barry Manilow, Kiki Dee, Barbra, Elton John and Stevie Wonder.

Towsley Auditorium, 4800 E. Huron River Dr.
734-265-0740 | olconline.org

 

Saturday, December 16

Chrome Sparks
9:00 PM
Blind Pig
$14

Cover Chrome Sparks is the solo project of Jeremy Malvin, a Brooklyn transplant from Pittsburgh by way of Ann Arbor.

Blind Pig, 208 S. First St.
734-996-8555 | blingpigmusic.com

 

Sunday, December 17

Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan Wolverines
5:05 PM
Yost Arena
$30

Catch the Wolverines take on Buckeyes at Yost Arena!

Yost Arena, 1000 S. State St.
mgoblue.com/tickets

 

Monday, December 18

Kaki King
8:00 PM
The Ark
$20

One of the most exciting and innovative guitarists, combining a unique visual style with her grooves.

The Ark, 316 S. Main St.
734-761-1800 | theark.org

 

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