THE CARRIAGE HOUSE

159 sutton st. + 8 pm + $10 + all ages

pvdlive, wolfstuff and 186 carpenter presents

Little Wings // Zeb Zaitz // Lina Tullgren // Chrissy Stewart 

dreamy and whimsical folk, indie and blues in a gorgeous historic carriage house behind barnaby castle

ROGER WILLIAMS NATIONAL MEMORIAL PARK 

282 n. main st. + 7-9:30 pm + free entry

Downtown Sundown Series – live acoustic series

feat. Tammy & Jeana, Ed McGuirl, Kris & Tara Hansen

bring a lawn chair, a blanket, and maybe even a picnic basket

 

THE PARLOUR

1119 n. main st. + 9 pm + $5

The Low Cards // Muddy Ruckus // SwampBirds 

a night of blues, indie and rock 

 

ALCHEMY

71 richmond st. + 8 pm + $10 + 18 plus

Tarantino Project Vol.II Runway & Art Show

‘Dutchess Lingerie brings to you a night full of fashion , live performances and displays of art in every artform. This is the second installment of The Tarantino Project which is a series of collections from Dutchess Lingerie inspired entirely from Quentin Tarantino movies.’

 

THE MET

1005 main st. pawtucket + 8 pm + $12 + all ages

Que Sera (farewell show) // Animals // Volcanoes // Anyone Anyway

post hardcore, progressive 

 

AS220

95 empire st. + 4-11 pm + $8.50 + all ages

Womanimation! 2017 

‘Womanimation!, the premiere showcase in the United States of international women’s animated short films…Exhibiting a select program of twelve short films from Europe and Asia, the festival blends styles such as traditional 2-d hand drawing, stop motion, and computer animation.’

 

DUSK PROVIDENCE

301 harris ave. + 10 pm + $5 + 21 plus

MOZ Night Vol. V: Don’t Forget The Songs That Made You Cry 

‘Dusk’s Danielle Laskey and DJ John O’Leary bring you the 5th installment of their Morrissey Dance night! ‘

 

THE SALON

57 eddy st. + 10 pm – 2 am + free entry

Sweatshop

house music with DJs Chris Martelly and Paul Lanyon 

 

WATERFIRE

100 canal st. + 8 pm – midnight + free entry

Full Lighting

‘This award-winning sculpture by Barnaby Evans installed on the three rivers of downtown Providence, has been praised by Rhode Island residents and international visitors alike as a powerful work of art and a moving symbol of Providence’s renaissance. ‘