Podcast: Weekend roundup for June 28-30
Drivin N Cryin, Dinner Time, Asteroid Day, and more
Welcome to Creative Loafing’s weekend roundup podcast for June21-23! Jacob Chisenhall, Narah Landress, and Sophia Rubin join Music Editor Chad Radford to talk about their top picks for weekend music and more. Turn on, tune in, go out!
Fri., June 28
— Drivin N Cryin and Creamer at Center Stage
Drivin N Cryin celebrates the release of Live The Love Beautiful with a hometown show at Center Stage on Friday, June 28. Kinney recently checked in for a candid conversation about the band’s history and how he writes. Press play to hear Kinney’s conversation with CL Music Editor Chad Radford. $25-$30. 7:30 p.m.
— The Swimming Pool Q's with Love Tractor at the Vista Room
The Swimming Pool Q's join the original Love Tractor for a night at the Vista Room. $20-$25. 8:15 p.m.
— Dinner Time, Daddy’s Beamer, Pinkest, and Moloq at the Drunken Unicorn
Dinner Time is a surfy, indie garage band from Atlanta playing songs on young and unrequited love in the modern era. The group’s charm lies in quirky lyrics, melodramatic vocals, and their harmonies.This weekend, they will be at the Drunken Unicorn with Daddy’s Beamer, Pinkest, and Moloq performing songs from their debut full-length, self-titled album. $8-$10. 9 p.m.
— Disrupt Festival feat. The Used, Circa Survive, and more at Cellairis Amphitheatre in Lakewood (Thrice, Sum 41, Four Years Strong, Atreyu, Memphis May Fire)
Early aughts emo dream lineup. Presented by Rockstar Energy Drink. $14-$59. 1:30 p.m.
Sat., June 29
— International Asteroid Day at Fernbank
Celebrate the 101st anniversary of the Tunguska airburst at Fernbank, featuring a stacked planetarium itinerary and a special asteroid presentation from David Gheesling FallingRocks.com. Free with museum admission
— Chick Wallace (EP RELEASE SHOW) , Monsoon, Wieuca, Suede Cassidy at 529
EP release for indie garage group Chick Wallace. Support courtesy of new wave R&B duo Suede Cassidy, indie rockers Monsoon, and lively psychedelic pop act Wieuca. $8-$10. 9 p.m.
— Dead & Company at Cellaris Amphitheatre
Former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann are joined by John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff Chimenti to carry the jamband spirit of the Grateful Dead to a new era.$49-$175. 7 p.m.
— The Liturgists at Variety Playhouse
Founded in 2014 in Los Angeles, California, The Liturgists is a podcast with discussions dedicated to the space in between the secular and profane, theism and atheism. In an event they are calling Tabs and Wafers, join founders Mike McHargue (aka Science Mike) and Michael Gungor in an intimate conversation on spirituality, community, advocacy, and change, both within and outside of the Church. $40 7 p.m.
— She Wants Revenge, MXMS and The Guidance at Terminal West
She Wants Revenge is the brainchild of LA DJs Justin Warfield and Adam Bravin. The post-punk revivalist band is known for their tight, angular compositions that blend alt rock and modern electronica with deadly precision, comparable with Interpol, Depeche Mode, and Joy Division. $21-$26. 7 p.m.
Sun., June 30
— Weird Al Yankovic The Strings Attached Tour at Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Satirist and parody icon Weird Al Yankovic brings his comedic take on popular songs to Chastain Park Amphitheatre. $33-$73+. 8 p.m.
— Beer Yoga at Second Self
Beer, yoga, together on a Sunday afternoon — did someone say relaxation? The last Sunday of every month Second Self Beer Company hosts its monthly beer yoga. Purchase tickets ahead of time for an hour of yoga and a pint of beer after, in case you needed a little push to be on the mat that long. $15. 12 p.m.