Rusted Root fans will be stoked to hear Michael Glabicki & Dirk Miller will perform at Embassy Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 21. Glabicki is the mind and vision behind the stylistic band, best known for their platinum-selling 1994 album When I Woke. The album launched the band into international stardom and relentless touring with such hit songs “Send Me On My Way” and “Ecstasy.”
Glabicki is hitting the road with longtime Rusted Root guitar player and background vocalist Miller, where they will perform your favorite Rusted Root tunes, deep cuts, and new material.
This will be a unique and intimate performance you won’t want to miss, and you can catch it for just $25.
Tickets are available at ticketmaster.com and the STAR Bank box office at the Embassy.
Local music festival slated for The Charles
A star-studded event will take place from 11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 6, at The Charles Event Center, 3127 Carroll Road.
Sounds of the Summit City Music Festival will feature live music by some of the area’s top artists, including The Y’s Guys, Fort Wayne Funk Orchestra, OK Boomer Band, Sunglasses at Night, and Whoa, Man!
Now that is a diverse range of music for all to enjoy.
This family-friendly event will have food trucks, vendors, beverages by The Charles and Ambrosia Orchard Cidery, and of course good vibes. Make sure to bring your walking shoes for strolling through the vendors, something to sit on, and your dancing energy.
In case the weather doesn’t cooperate, things will move indoors.
Tickets can be purchased via eventbrite.com.
Top area talent coming to Salomon Farm
Speaking of renowned local artists, a few of them will be performing at the Concert on the Farm at Salomon Farm Park on Sunday, Aug. 20, from 2-7 p.m.
Set to perform are Debutants, Rosalind & The Way, Hubie Ashcraft Band, and The Legendary Trainhoppers.
Wowser, take my money now!
All you need to do is bring a lawn chair or blanket and get ready to enjoy an evening filled with good music in a beautiful country setting. There will be limited seating inside the barn.
Furthermore, food and alcohol will be available for purchase from Shigs In Pit/Mad Anthony.
Gates open at 1:45 p.m. with music starting at 2:15 p.m. All this hoopla will set you back only $5.
Trixter going acoustic at Pierceton’s Bar 13
On Thursday, July 20, Bar 13 in Pierceton will host an evening with the band Trixter performing acoustic.
Trixter alum Steve Brown and PJ Farley will be accompanied by Ben Hans on percussion to perform the hits from the ’90s rock band, including “One in a Million,” “Give It to Me Good,” and “Surrender.”
Whether you are a fan or not, Trixter is no slouch, having sold millions of records worldwide and shared stages with the likes of Kiss, Journey, Alice Cooper, Scorpions, Poison, Cheap Trick, Styx, Boston, Night Ranger, Rick Springfield, and Tesla. I’m pretty certain their only Fort Wayne appearance was at Memorial Coliseum in 1991 with Warrant and Firehouse, although bassist Farley has been in town on numerous occasions performing with the likes of RA, Fozzy, and Eric Martin of Mr. Big.
In any event, come out to relive and rock out to Trixter hits and some new ones.
Tickets will be available at the door or in advance at Bar 13.
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