R.a.N.T Schedule

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R.a.N.T Schedule


Where: Lawrenceville.

When: Noon Saturday.

Admission: Free.

Information: www.rantlawrenceville.com

Performance venues and artists (subject to change)

NIEDS HOTEL

5438 Butler St.

Country/folk/

Americana

Noon-10 p.m.; all ages

until 8 p.m.; 21+ after

8 p.m.

* Slim Forsythe & The Payday Loners

* Mark Cyler & The Lost Coins

* Wayward Strangers

* Faithful Sinners

* Apostles of Cool

* Nameless in August

* Modern Nature

* Mickey & The Snake Oil Boys

* Jane West

STINKY'S BLACKTOP CANNIBALS CAR SHOW

4901 Hatfield St.

Rockabilly/surf/blues

Noon-6 p.m.; all ages until 7 p.m.; 21+ after 7 p.m.

* Vertigo Go

* Masters of The Universe

* Allegheny Rhythm Rangers

* The Gimmie 5s

* Shot O' Soul

ARSENAL PARK

Noon-7 p.m.; all ages

* Universal Beat Union

* King Fez

* Jeremy Caywood & The Way of Life

* Mathew Tembo & Make Love

* Molly Alphabet

* Moldies & Monsters

* Round Black Ghosts

* Timbeleza

LAWRENCEVILLE FARMERS MARKET

52nd and Berlin Way

12:30-4 p.m.

Open Busking Zone

BLACKBERRY STUDIOS

4814 Blackberry Way

Indie rock

3-8:30 p.m.; all ages

* Quazi Wazi (Mark Runco)

* Tef

* Daryl Flemming & The Pubic Domain

* Lo-Fi Delphi

* Southside American

* Pet Clinic

ROUNDABOUT BREWERY

4901 Butler St.

Rock

7-10 p.m.; 21+

* Carney Stomp

* Brazilian Wax

* Barons

GUS'S CAFE

4717 Butler St.

Metal

8 p.m.-2 a.m.; 21+

* Kill Orion

* LadyBeast

* Agnes Wired For Sound

* Solarburn

* Island of Giants

THE ZONE

5217 Butler St.

Party rock

7-10:30 p.m.; all ages

* Stone Cold Killers

* Chip DiMonick

* Bloody Seamen

* Sneaky Mike

ECLIPSE LOUNGE

3705 Butler St.

Bluegrass/folk

8-11 p.m.; 21+

* The Hills & The Rivers

* The Seams

* Shameless Hex

* Panther Hollow String Band

THUNDERBIRD CAFE

4023 Butler St.

Indie rock

8 p.m.-2 a.m.; 21+

* Boon

* Chrome Moses

* Working Breed

* Coronado

* Paddy the Wanderer

NEW AMSTERDAM

4421 Butler St. …

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