What’s Cookin’ In The Cliff This Weekend?
Prepare to be well entertained this weekend — OC’s music scene is packin’ a punch the next three days. Tonight, catch Bill Longhorse at Bar Belmont at 8 and Robert Baker at Eno’s at 9. Or, head to the Kessler Theater for The Deathray Davies, Slobberbone, and Calhoun at 8:30 p.m.
On Saturday, The King Bucks will perform at the Dallas Zoo — hitting the stage at 8 p.m. This is the first show in the Zoo Tunes Concert Series, which runs through Oct. If you get there early, you’ll get to see more than the concert… A special presentation of “SOAR: A Festival of Flight” will start at 6:30 p.m.; plus, sections of ZooNorth will be open, which includes the new Koala Walkabout exhibit, Wings of Wonder, Primate Place, Herpetarium, and Bug U. For the kiddos, there will be bounce houses (free of charge), $5 camel rides, and $2 carousel rides. Lawn chairs, blankets, and coolers are permitted, and festival food, as well as beer and wine, will be for sale.
If the zoo is not your scene, a “Hotter-Than-Hell” burlesque show is taking place at the Kessler, starting at 9 p.m. Sat. night, and the Whiskey Folk Ramblers are playing at The Foundry, also at 9 p.m. On Sun. at 8 p.m., Tyler Street United Methodist Church presents “Jesus Through Sound and Light.”
One the arts scene… At Mighty Fine Arts, Richard Doherty’s exhibit “Absurd Beauty” opens Sat. at noon. There will be an opening reception for the artist, beginning at 6 p.m. on Sat. And on Sun. at The Belmont, Art With a View will host an opening reception for featured artist David Harman.