100 dorrance st. + 6 – 10 pm + free entry
MONDAYS ON THE MOON music series featuring
PIXELS // HARRASTRONAUTS // DJ WONDER BREAD
a rooftop party every first monday
95 empire st. + 9 pm + free entry
FREE MONDAYS music series featuring
ON THE WATER // ALEC K. REDFEARN
‘Philly’s baroque folk outfit On The Water are joined by Providence’s ever-excellent Alec K. Redfearn’
276 westminster st. + 8 pm + free entry
FUTURE MONDAYS a benefit series
Vibes with Cam Bells, DJ Dymand, DJ Knockout
‘monday night chillin with an alternating lineup of new england dj’s.
a percentage of bar proceeds will be donated to
Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence.’
1005 main st. pawtucket + 8 pm + $10
The John Allmark Jazz Orchestra
one of the finest jazz ensembles in the country celebrates 25 years
1119 n. main st. + 9 pm + free + 21 plus
Upsetta International & Natural Element Band
75 south st. + 9 pm + free
The House Combo
bluegrass at your favorite dive bar every monday
EAT UP PVD
The Grange | Mindful Mondays | 10% off when you check your phone at the hostess stand while dining.
Louie Fullers | Mussel Mondays | $5 Bowl of awesome
Nolans Corner Pub | Tropical Hot Dog Night | Buy a beer get a free hot dog | All Night!
Trinity Brew House | Wing Night !
“To old-fashioned people, May Day means flowers, grass, picnics, children, clean frocks. To up-and-doing Socialists and Communists it means speech making, parading, bombs, brickbats, conscientious violence. This connotation dates back to May Day, 1886, when some 200,000 U. S. workmen engineered a nationwide strike for an eight-hour day.” TIME Magazine 1929