Tomorrow is going to be a great night! Holy Locust is coming back to Evansville and Joined by Henry Rollins endorsed Wristwatch and Fangerlis (also returning). I can’t really say it better than Evansvile Today, so I won’t try! Check out their article!
The Grove will be preparing an Cajun Inspired menu and new this year there will be beer for sale in the street “beer garden.” It’s only legal to BYO on private property-so if you are enjoying the show from the street and want a beer or two, bring money rather than beer! 😉
The Iowans will return to perform for their 3rd EUM performance on Wednesday May 18th! This will be their first time performing at the Creekside Place: “Music on the Side” series. Allen Schwengels and AJ Vital will also be performing. The Iowans unique style has been described as “Folk-Bluegrass Fusion.” Their wit and charm wrapped in Folk and Bluegrass might make you think twice, if you didn’t think you were a fan of either: it’s hard not to enjoy watching them perform. Christina and Katie are cousins and their affection for each other and music makes it hard not to enjoy one of their performances. The Iowans hold a special place at EUM as one of our first performers, before the pandemic changed our vision to include outdoor music during the summer.
Also performing are: AJ Vital & Allen Schwengels. Vital says, “I have been told I am mix between Bob Seger, Matchbox 20 and Garth Brooks.” “I have deep love and passion for music in all genres! I dont just breathe it I feel it!” Allen Schwengels an 11 year old local resident who has been playing piano for 4 years. He enjoys playing for church and family gatherings. His favorite piano pieces to play are famous movie songs, popular hits, and praise songs.will also be performing.
The format for Creekside Place Music On The Side is: mingle from 5-6 p.m. Music from roughly 6-8 p.m. Food and drink will be available for purchase.
Our Season Opener is scheduled for 6 p.m. on April 27th! We are opening our season with two touring bands: Apes of State & Pigeon Pit, along with local musician Ben Myers! Headliner Apes of State from Lancaster, PA are self described across multiple genres: folk/pop/punk band. Pigeon Pit from Seattle, WA has been described as queer folk punk. Local singer/songwriter Ben Myer will be opening with his solo act on acoustic guitar. The show will be at 23 N. 1st Street (weather allowing: Rain Venue Emma’s table).