Chicago-based Americana artist Adam Lee will be stopping through Orlando January 30th as part of his Cashin’ Out Tour, for a show at Lil’ Indies.
After spending more than two years portraying Johnny Cash in the Tony Award-winning musical Million Dollar Quartet, he is preparing to release a solo album of original material.
It’s not often that you can get a day long music festival and a great BBQ dinner at a low dough price, but this Sunday, you can do just that.
This month’s installment of Southern Fried Sunday is their “End of Summer Shake-Up on Mills” and features three venues full of regional and local music, plus dinner, for the price of $10 in advance/$12 day of.
Even better, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Mustard Seed of Central Florida, to help them purchase a new box truck to pick up donations of furniture and household items so they can continue to serve Central Florida families transitioning from shelter living into their new homes.
Will’s Pub, Lil Indies & The Peacock Room will play host to over 20 bands. Those attending will also get to enjoy a Southern Style BBQ Dinner prepared with help from Tako Cheena and Smiling Bison. The event starts at 4pm, and it is 21 and over.
For more information, a listing of bands, or to purchase tickets, visit the SFS Facebook page.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2013, with a special edition of Southern Fried Sunday at Will’s Pub and Lil Indies, on March 17.
The event will have the normal huge line-up of bands, which this month includes The Kidney Stones, Hymn For Her, Husky Burnette, The Bloody Jug Band, Kaleigh Baker, The Goldminers, Laney Jones, and Lauren Carder & The Multiple Me.
The food offerings for this St. Patty’s edition will include green cabbage and corned beef.
All of this is yours for the measley price of $10. Tickets are available online or at Will’s Pub.
Doors are at 5pm, music starts at 5:30pm, and dinner starts at 6pm. Must be 21 and over to attend.
Will’s Pub is located at 1042 N. Mills Ave. Lil Indies is next door at 1036 N. Mills Ave.