This weekend’s things to do list includes a concert, a vinyl night,a play, and a new art exhibit.
Harmony Brewing, 1551 Lake Drive, will be hosting its weekly Vinyl Night at 9 p.m. tonight featuring the favorite records from Grand Rapids Girls Rock volunteers. They will be talking about their upcoming showcase. Girls Rock Grand Rapids is a group that hosts an annual summer camp for girls and young women to learn and create music together. While there, guests can enjoy Harmony’s selection of craft beers and pizza.
The Intersection, 133 Grandville Avenue, will be presenting Decades Collide – an 80s vs 90s set by DJ Biz Markie Friday at 8 p.m. Biz Markie has been involved with hip hop for over 30 years now, and is best known for his 1989 hit single “Just a Friend.” Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day of the show. Guests age 18 and up are welcome.
Dog Story Theater, 7 Jefferson Avenue, is presenting a three day run of “Henry IV” beginning Friday at 8 p.m. The famous Shakespearean play is being performed by The Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company. The play will run from Friday through Sunday night. Tickets are $14 for general admission and $8 for students and seniors. Guests of all ages are welcome.
The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, 2 Fulton Street, is hosting “superusted: The 4th Midwest Biennial” today, through Sunday Oct 23. “Superusted” contains the work from 17 artists from across the Midwest. The mediums include live performance, 3D photography, wax, laser cut plywood and more. The exhibition is free for UICA members and $5 for non-members.