Cultural District Gallery Crawl, Acousticafe Beatles Tribute, Good Fridays at The Warhol
1) Indie rock band Modest Mouse has been no stranger to the concert stage in recent years, but it’s been a long dry spell between album tours. This month the drought bre with Strangers to Ourselves, the band’s first full-album release since 2007. The first single, “Lampshades on Fire,” came out in December and instantly showed not much had changed—it’s a bouncy, upbeat track with rapid-fire lyrics ivered in singer Issac Brock’s distinctively frantic, off-kilter style.
Forming in Issaquah, W.A., in
Chris Jamison, “Censored Voices,” Rangers vs. Pens, Cubs vs. Pirates
From live music and food trucks to composting classes and yoga sessions, all powered by sun or wind, there’s nothing half-hearted about Pittsburgh’s first unified, city-wide Earth Day celebration.
Modest Mouse, Rangers vs. Pens, Cubs vs. Pirates
Dancing Queen will put people on the dance floor at Jergel’s Rhythm Grille. The disco/funk band takes the stage at 9 p.m. 103 Slade Ln., Warrendale.
Pontus Lidberg, Meeting of Important People, Rachel B, Brewers vs. Bucs
Representing a few areas of culture we don’t often see converge, The Devil Wears Prada is a Christian melodic metalcore band named after a chick-lit novel. They’ve worked hard to earn the respect of the metalcore world. (With their name and religiosity, they had to.) The Dayton, Ohio-based musicians are on their Zombie 5 tour in which they will be performing their album Zombie in its entirety. Opening is special guests The Word Alive, Born of Osiris, and Secrets. 7 p.m. Mr. Smalls Funhouse, 400
“La Bayadère,” Brewers vs. Bucs, Dancing Queen, Good Fridays at The Warhol
They Might Be Giants, “Othello,” “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo”