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Pearl Street’s Summer Concert Series

Check it out, Pearl Street, famous for its cool beers and killer sunsets, has recently posted its concert schedule for the summer. In addition to the shows listed below, every Sunday from June 6th through Labor Day is devoted to a different DJ playing everything from old school hip hop to acid jazz, plus, there’s no cover charge.

Friday, May 28: The Rick Smith Band, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage,
no cover.

Thursday, June 3: Geno McManus, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no
cover.

Friday, June 4: The Brothers of Invention, 5:30 pm, Patio
Stage, no cover.

Friday, June 4: DJ Cutler and Rhubarb, 9:30 pm, Indoor
Stage, $4 cover.

Thursday, June 10: Full Moon Social, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage,
no cover.

Friday, June 11: The Keepers, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no
cover.

Friday, June 11: Caitlin and the Jamie Moses Band, Indoor
Stage, 9:30 pm, $4 cover.
Thursday, June 17: The Brothers of Invention, 6:30 pm, Patio
Stage, no cover.

Friday, June 18: Geno McManus, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no
cover.

Friday, June 18: Type Relevant/Brownman/DJ Cutler, 9:30 pm,
Indoor Stage, $5 cover.
Thursday, June 24: Mark Winsick, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no
cover.

Friday, June 25:Scott Celani Trio, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage,
no cover.

Friday, June 25: Post moe. Stop Making Sense with Lazlo Hollyfeld, Indoor Stage,
$4 cover.

Saturday, June 26: Post moe. Photos of Wagons, 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4 cover.
Thursday, July 1:Geno McManus, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, July 2: The Keepers, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no
cover.

Friday, July 2: Leon and the Forklifts and Kickstart Rumble, 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4 cover.

Thursday, July 8: ShameFlute, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, July 9: Band Named Sue, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no
cover.

Friday, July 9: Aqueous, 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4 cover.

Thursday, July 15:The Brothers of Invention, 6:30 pm, Patio
Stage, no cover.

Friday, July 16: John C. Mahoney, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no
cover.

Friday July 16: Slack Tide CD Release Party, 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4 Cover.
Thursday, July 22: John McDonald Island Party Band, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.
Friday, July 23: Geno McManus, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, July 23: Baby Blue Bird, the Tins, & Hunger Anthem, 9:30 pm, Indoor
Stage, $4 cover.
Thursday, July 29: The Ron Davis Three, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, July 30: The Scott Celani Trio, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Thursday, August 5:Geno McManus, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 6: The Brothers of Invention, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 6: Free Henry! 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4 cover

Thursday, August 12: John C. Mahoney, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 13: the Keepers, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 13: Party of Nine, 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4
cover.

Thursday, August 19: The Brothers of Invention, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 20: The Scott Celani Trio, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 20: Myron and the Id, 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4 cover.

Thursday, August 26: Zak Ward, 6:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 27: Geno McManus, 5:30 pm, Patio Stage, no cover.

Friday, August 27: The Square Circle, 9:30 pm, Indoor Stage, $4 cover.

Thursday, September 2: The Brothers of Invention, 6:30 pm, Patio
Stage, no cover.

Friday, September 3: Rock for Food, 5 pm, check site for details…

Friday, September 3: Jony James Band and The Alison Pipitone Band, 9:30 pm Indoor Stage, $4 cover.

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