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Concerts - Aug. 16

Concerts - Aug. 16



Saturday -- Denzel Curry, Bourbon Theatre; Do Or Die, The Royal Grove

Tuesday -- August Alsina, Bourbon Theatre

Aug. 23 -- Ward Davis, The Royal Grove

Aug. 24 -- JoJo Siwa, Pinnacle Bank Arena

Aug. 27 -- Black Flag, The Royal Grove

Aug. 29 -- Jon Wolfe, The Royal Grove

Sept. 4 -- Amos Lee, Rococo Theatre

Sept. 5 -- Hemlock, The Royal Grove

Sept. 6 -- Michael Ray. Bourbon Theatre; Cody Johnson, Pinewood Bowl

Sept. 8 -- Steely Dan, Pinewood Bowl

Sept. 13 -- Nebula, Bourbon Theatre

Sept. 16 -- UB40, The Royal Grove

Sept. 18-22 -- Lincoln Calling, various venues

Sept. 18 -- Tommy Emmanuel, Rococo Theatre

Sept. 25 -- Big Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys, Zoo Bar

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Friday - Saturday: Maha Music Festival, Stinson Park

Monday -- Damien Jurado, Slowdown

Tuesday -- CJ Ramone, Lookout Lounge; Josh Ritter, Slowdown

Thursday -- Slothrust, Sokol Auditorium

Aug. 24 -- Reignwolf, The Sydney; Christian Nodal, Orpheum Theater

Aug. 28 -- Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Ralston Arena

Aug. 29 -- Lomelda, Reverb Lounge

Sept. 1 -- Keith Sweat, Lewis And Clark Landing

Sept. 7 -- Blink-182, Stir Concert Cove

Sept. 8 -- Backstreet Boys, CHI Health Center Omaha

Sept. 12 -- Aaron Lewis, Sumtur Amphitheater

Sept. 15 -- Big Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys, Sunday Roadhouse

Sept. 19 -- Guy King, The Jewell

Sept. 20 -- AJR, Stir Concert Cove

Sept. 21 -- Cursive, O'Leaver's

Sept. 23 -- Melvins, The Waiting Room

Sept. 26 -- Facs, Reverb Lounge; John Nemeth, The Chrome Lounge

Sept. 27 -- Nightly. Sokol Auditorium; Bronco, Ralston Arena

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L. Kent Wolgamott, the recipient of the 2018 Mayor’s Arts Award, has written about arts and entertainment for Lincoln newspapers since 1985, reviewing thousands of movies and concerts and hundreds of art exhibitions.

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