Free lunch time concert August 31 from 12-1pm, bring lunch and enjoy free music at the Lincoln Community Foundation Gardens at 14thand N Street in downtown Lincoln. It’s free due to sponsors like Lincoln Community Foundation, Woods & Aitken LLP, Pinnacle Bank, Colby Ridge Corn Popper and A to Z Printing.
This Wednesday Broad Appeal will be the special guests for the hour. Broad Appeal is a women’s vocal group. They’ve been singing together for 20 years and focus on hits from the 30’s through the 50’s. Broad Appeal’s focus is on Hit Parade songs and is sure to be a lot of fun.
For the over 21 crowd, Indigenous will be playing August 31stfrom 6-9 pm at the Zoo Bar, http://zoobar.com/calendar. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. The Zoo Bar is at 136 N. 14thStreet downtown. Indigenous is a band from South Dakota. Mato Nanji, a Native American, leads the group writing many songs with a Roy Orbison flair to them.