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Here Come the Mummies, the Nashville-based 10-member band of self-proclaimed Funksters, will perform with the Undisco Kids on Saturday night at the Bourbon Theatre. 


Best Picture Film Festival, Saturday, Grand Cinema. Four of the eight movies nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award will be screened  Saturdays in the Marcus Theaters’ Best Picture Film Festival at the Grand Cinema.

Saturday's screening lineup is: 

11 a.m. — Oscar Nominated Animated Short Films

1:05 p.m. — The Favourite

3:40 p.m. — Vice

6:30 p.m. — Black Panther

9:20 p.m. — Bohemian Rhapsody

Admission for Saturday is $35. Festival ticket holders will receive 20 percent off all food and beverage purchases during the day.


Here Come the Mummies with the Undisco Kids, 8 p.m. Saturday, Bourbon Theatre. Nashville’s bandage-wrapped funksters are back in Lincoln, where over the last decade, they’ve become a favorite by playing to thousands at Ribfest. The 10-member group of studio pros, who mummify to preserve their anonymity, bill themselves as the “world’s premier undead funk ambassadors” and put on a grabbing show, which really connects in the Bourbon.

The Almas with Rock Paper Cities, Miss Taken, 8 p.m. Sunday, Duffy’s Tavern. The Almas hail from Kenosha, Wisc. and call themselves an “all American rock band.” Led by singer Crystal Teigland, the quartet plays old-school rock, influenced in the words of guitarist Frank Slifka by the likes “of AC/DC, Buckcherry, Poison, and '50s and '60s Rock N Roll.”

Paul Nelson Band, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Zoo Bar.  Guitarist/songwriter/producer Paul Nelson got a Grammy and Blues Music Award for his work on Johnny Winter’s “Step Back” and has performed and recorded with the likes of Eric Clapton, Slash, Billy Gibbons, Ben Harper and Warren Haynes. He's touring behind “Badass Generation,” his latest slab of blues rock excellence.


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