Thanksgiving Eve is a time where family is met with the warmth of your friends of old and new. Where time slows down and the magic all collides for a time of love and gratitude. We supplied some great shows and our favorite spots to grab a drink!
Thank you Providence for your continued support, we appreciate you!
150 chestnut st. * 8:00 pm * no cover
Eric and the Nothing Album Release Party!
with The Benji’s , 123 Astronaut and Charlie Dollard’s Rare Coin Collection
301 harris ave. * 10:00 pm * $3
Get up and boogie all night w/DJ’s John O’Leary and J.R. spinning funk, disco grooves, the early elements of hip hop, 80s wave and deep tracks
115 empire st. * 8:30 pm * $6 * all ages
ECHO CHAMBERS // A MEAN MINUTE // THE LEGENDARY BREWMASTERS
an alternative, punk rock show
1005 main st. pawtucket * 8:00 pm * $10 * all ages
Daddie Long Legs & Electro Politics
high energy rock funk
75 south st. * 8:30 pm * no cover
bluegrass at a great dive bar
60 valley st. * 10:00 pm * no cover
B-side Cafe with DJ Finesse and DJ KJ
260 thayer st.
Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Celebrity biographer Lee Israel makes her living profiling the likes of Katharine Hepburn, Tallulah Bankhead, Estee Lauder and journalist Dorothy Kilgallen. When Lee is no longer able to get published because she has fallen out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception, abetted by her loyal friend Jack.
Avon is a beautiful theater that has been located on the east side since 1938
1119 n. main st. * 10:00 pm * $5 * 21 plus
‘Featuring the tightest funk band in New England – Funkey Auto-Crats!
alongside Wayback Wednesday’s resident DJ Shzz Mack spinning classic funk 45’s from the 60’s thru the 80’s!’
OUR FAVORITE BARS TO GATHER
EATS. BEATS. DRINKS
where everyone knows your name
new dope bar on the west side AND they have shuffle board
they have swings in a comfortable lounge, great cocktails and award winning vegetarian food
cozy cocktails in downtown
award winning bartenders in a gorgeous bar on the east side
its grungy, it salty, its your favorite nook on the west side