Events

Mississippi Hot Club

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When we tell you that one of the more fiery guitarists in MPLS + STPL will be playing Icehouse, you’d expect it to be a surprise set from rocker Donna Grantis or even theatrical up-and-comer Thomas Abban—not the lead in a gypsy jazz string band. But trust us, the lead work by Mississippi Hot Club‘s Joshua Parlanti, complimented by the fast fingers of violinist Alissa Jacobsen, stands out among our busy local multi-genre music scene. Expect to see some fireworks from everybody in the band (including two other guitars)—and lots of moving and grooving on the dance floor—when the Club releases their new album, Swing Cities, tonight at Icehouse. The similarly swinging and similarly fun Myra Joan “The Boss” Burnette and the Moonshiners open. 10 PM. $8 door.Tina Bellecraux

Icehouse, 2528 Nicollet Ave S, MPLS; icehousempls.com


Err XXVI

Err XXVI

“Because a party without art is just consonants!” Even though Err‘s early draft for a tagline didn’t get used, it still conveys the enthusiasm behind the now three year old multi-disciplinary arts showcase. Tonight at honey see work from John Scarr, hear readings from MacKenzie McCullum, Joseph Wise, and Cole W. Williams, and music from Tim Kallevig, The Common Ground Company, and Gaby Castro. If you’re similarly creative the Err writing group meets before the show. 8:30 PM. Free.Betty M.J. Stacks

honey, 205 Hennepin Ave E, MPLS; honeympls.com


Trash Film Debauchery: Uninvited

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“A poisonous cat. Now how is that possible?” “You’ll never look at a cat the same way again.” Are you sold already? Trash Film Debauchery continues to dig back into selections from its early days, and they’ve re-upping another absolutely insane B-movie disasterpiece that every fan of bad film should see. Uninvited‘s unassuming title belies its movie magic—a killer mutant cat, lots of poorly done gore, a semi-coherent plot involving the Cayman islands, scientists, and so much more. Set your expectations extra high and grab your tickets ahead of time. 7 PM. $5.Curt Stanski

Trylon, 2820 E 33rd St , MPLS; trylon.org


Fulton + Jameson: Whiskey, War & Peace Release

war and peace

We’ve been hearing nothing but superlatives for the new Fulton Beer-plus-Jameson Whiskey barrel collab Whiskey, War & Peace—people in the know have said things like “best beer of the year so far”—and we can’t wait to try out the Imperial Coffee Stout at the barrel tapping tonight at the Fulton tap room. 3-10 PM. Free.Art Humes

Fulton Tap Room, 414 6th Ave N, MPLS; fultonbeer.com


Global Rights For Women Presents: Taps & Snaps For Advocacy

global rights women

Fantastic art, fantastic causes! Global Rights For Women has assembled some top notch artists whose work speaks to violence against women and girls and paired them with local organizations that are making important impacts in people’s lives for tonight’s showcase at Inbound Brewco. Along with writer Jasmin Ziegler (paired with GRW), incredible musician Jayanthi Kyle (paired with OASIS, who work with families in crisis), artist Dyani White Hawk Polk (partnered with the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center), and Ifrah Mansour (paired with Phumulani, dedicated to preventing domestic abuse in communities of color) presenting their work, Devauta Daun will provide the sounds throughout the event. 8 PM. $0-20.Tracy Oxford

Inbound Brewco, 701 N 5th St, MPLS; inboundbrew.co