Freelance Whales, Jim Gaffigan and Weird Al among new show announcements


Foals: at Vintage Vinyl, April 23.
  • Foals: at Vintage Vinyl, April 23.

Foals and Freelance Whales sold out the Firebird, but you can still see both at Vintage Vinyl. Oxford's Foals will be doing an electric set and New York's Freelance Whales will be adorable. You can also see Nat Baldwin of the Dirty Projectors, who is bringing his textured solo game and upright bass to Vintage on April 18. In-stores are always free, but you'll have to shell out real green to see funnymen Jim Gaffigan and Weird Al Yankovic, who announced shows at The Fox Theatre and Family Arena respectively.

2720 Cherokee Street Awilo Longomba, April 22

Apop Records White Suns, July 3

Blueberry Hill Chuck Berry, May 25 The Gracious Few, May 27

Cicero's Daryl Hance, May 12 Sleeping in the Aviary, April 25

Cranky Yellow Mr. Free and the Satellite, April 22

Family Arena Weird Al Yankovic, June 3

The Firebird Kyle Kinane, May 18 Lo-Pan, May 28

Foam Coffee and Beer Westfolk, April 22

The Fox Theatre Allison Krauss, August 22 Celtic Thunder, October 20 Jim Gaffigan, November 19

Fubar Deviator, May 19

Lemmon's Hoax, April 17

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Sirs, May 27

Off Broadway Blame Sally, June 23 Charles Walker and The Dynamites, June 17 Jon Dee Graham and the Fighting Cocks, June 30 The Wood Brothers, June 3

Old Rock House
Ben Sollee, June 3 Rusted Root, June 12

The Pageant 100 Monkeys, August 10 Fleet Foxes, July 19

Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre 311, Sublime with Rome, July 9 Brad Paisley, June 17

Vintage Vinyl Foals and Freelance Whales, April 23 Nat Baldwin (Dirty Projectors), April 18

Way Out Club Diemonds, May 25

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