Not a good look at this point in history. You can't build from a graveyard by following a narrative that's been played to death. That's like stacking death on top of death and then you have a F*ck Sh*t Stack in your BackPack, homie.
The Old Ceremony: 6-7pm
Anoop Desai: 7-7:45pm (Inside Lincoln Theatre)
One EskimO: 7:30-8:30pm
Michael Franti & Spearhead: 9-11pm
Holy Ghost Tent Revival: 11:15-1am (Special late night party/concert inside Lincoln Theatre; first come basis due to limited capacity)
Michael Franti & Spearhead: Time To Go Home
More on the Concert:
Awesome outdoor charity concert in front of Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh
Doors at 5pm/music 6 to 11pm (Rain or Shine) with late night party inside until 1am
Tickets are $22.00 advance/$25.00 day of/$150 VIP (21+ event)
Join the beehive collective for The Bee Ball, an annual dance party and benefit that seems to also be a re-envisioning of "The Prom", happening Saturday, May 22nd. The Atomic Rhythm All Stars will play from 8:30 pm to 11 pm, with a DJ and dance party to follow at the Berkeley Cafe in Downtown Raleigh.
You'll also have a chance to vote for prom royalty. Visit The Bee Ball to check out the court, vote for your favorites and buy your ticket early.
"Museum historians Jennifer A. Kulikowski and Kenneth E. Peters have compiled this pictorial tribute by relying heavily on the collection of the Raleigh City Museum. They invite readers to step back in time to a more simple era when trolley cars clanged along Fayetteville Street, jazz echoed from Hargett Street, and the roar of the crowd erupted at Devereux Meadow Baseball Park."
Oddly enough, a more highly ranked on Amazon book with an arguably better cover photo on a similar theme by a content mill, Historic Photos of Raleigh-Durham, not only treats "Raleigh-Durham" as an actual place but also scrapes content written by John Dancy-Jones from my site netweed.com [twice] for its Amazon description!
The scraped content is from the days when Raleigh Nature was hosted at netweed, way back when, and John was writing about a review copy of the book.