Wednesday, March 29, 2017


Survivorman Les Stroud, Son Volt & Ween

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Watch Gene Ween get his “O”face on 7/1.
  • Watch Gene Ween get his “O”face on 7/1.

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April 8

MUSICAL STORYTELLING — What do you do when you're sitting in sub zero temps, alone in the woods, escaping bears? Why, you learn harmonica of course! Known for his "Survivorman" documentary series, which was the only internationally broadcast series entirely written, videotaped and hosted alone, Stroud is not only an accomplished outdoorsman, but a storytelling genius. The show will feature stunning video imagery, personal tales and original music, so prepare to be transported far, far into the Canadian wilderness in this unusual performance.

// 7:30pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St, Bend. $20-40.

Son Volt

May 5

ALT COUNTRY — Touring in support of their latest album, "Notes Of Blue," this legendary alternative country band is stirring things up with a gritty yet lyrical sound that pushes the boundaries of country music. Band leader Jay Farrar has been creating music since the 80s and helped incorporate a new blues sound into this latest record. Fans can expect to hear new songs blended into their well-known country soul and roots rock sound.

// 8pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend. $25. All Ages.


July 1

ALT PUNK ROCK — The misfits are blowing into town — be prepared! Icons for outliers everywhere, Ween has a cult-like following and is set to bring its blend of progressive-funk-soul-country-punk to the stage this summer. Early Ween singles like "Bananas and Blow," "Piss Up a Rope" and "Baby Bitch" were designed to be obnoxious, but that's what makes Ween (a combination of the words wuss and penis) standout individualists who intrigue the nonconformists. Having recently reunited, the band will play a mix of songs ranging from psychedelic drawn-out guitar riffs to aggressive, fast-moving punk. Plus, it's worth going just to see Gene Ween's "O" face. A serious treat.

// 7pm. Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend. $43.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017


Taj Mahal, Keb'Mo, Andre Nickatina & the Brothers Comatose

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Taj Mahal and Keb’Mo bring the blues to Sunriver.
  • Taj Mahal and Keb’Mo bring the blues to Sunriver.

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Brothers Comatose and The Lowest Pair

April 7

BLUEGRASS — Sisters Folk Festival favorites The Brothers Comatose return to Central Oregon in support of last year's record, "City Painted Gold," an album widely received for its southwestern roots and beautiful soundscapes. A downright rocking string band, the quintet wrote the album while living in San Francisco, with Ben Morrison explaining: "It was changing from a weird, art friendly mecca to a place that only super-rich tech workers can afford. Venues were closing down, and artist and musician friends moved away. The group ponders the thought, "What is San Francisco without its weirdos?" See if you can find the answer with this rocking live show supported by Midwestern band, the Lowest Pair. 9pm. // Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend. $15.

Andre Nickatina

April 14

RAP — Oh yeah, Nickatina's back in Bend and this time it's in an intimate venue. Still kicking it from the mid '90s, the artists formerly known as Dre Dog has a slew of something like 18 albums to his credit, with his unique lyrical sound recognizable by older Millennial Bendites who grew up listening to records such as "Raven in my Eyes " and the aptly titled "Cocaine Raps." A down and dirty show, this is old school hip-hop at its semi-finest. // 9pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend. $26 adv., $30 door. or in person at Ranch Records.

TajMo': The Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo Band

June 20

BLUES — Two for the price of one! To say this is a long-awaited and hotly anticipated show is an understatement. Blues legends Taj Mahal and Keb'Mo hit the Sunriver stage to kickstart the summer outdoor concert series. Enticing audiences with their legendary sound, both multiple Grammy-award winners have collaborated with everyone from The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton to Bonnie Raitt. The musicians are touring in support of their collaborative new record "TajMo" which drops on May 5. These legendary giants pair their unique voices, personalities and guitar styles to create vibrant sounds that are firmly rooted in the blues tradition, yet still play into that keen sense of adventure. // 6pm. SHARC John Gray Amphitheater, Sunriver. $45.

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017


The New Pornographers & Diana Krall

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The Canadians are coming! - The Canadians are coming!
  • The Canadians are coming!The Canadians are coming!

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The New Pornographers

April 14

Indie rock makes its way to Midtown with Canadian rock legends The New Pornographers hitting the stage this April. Most popular in the mid 2000s, TNP have a cult-like college following, and are touring in support of their brand-spanking new album "Whiteout Conditions." It's an aptly titled record for a band that hails from the Great White North. Sitting somewhere between upbeat pop and alternative rock, the band finally explained their contentious name in a series of tweets from frontman Carl Newman. "You see, pornography is just a mirror to society. It is ugly, because society is ugly," he said. "So how could you change it, make a better and new pornography, that is not based on something ugly? You would have to change the world man." Well, we're not quite sure if they're changing the world, but they're definitely producing good music. See them live. // 8pm. Midtown Ballroom, 51 Greenwood Ave, Bend. $28.

Diana Krall

July 25

Oh what now? Another Canadian coming to town? Say it isn't so! Diana Krall, the sensual songstress from that country with which we share the longest border, is gliding into town this summer. A renowned jazz pianist and five time Grammy award winner, she has wooed the hearts of many with her purrrrfect vocals and sultry gaze. Having toured for more than 20 years, she's sung with everyone from Ray Charles to Tony Bennett, and even produced Barbra Streisand's 2009 album. (Sidenote, yes, "Babs" has a recent(ish) album!) Married to British rock-icon Elvis Costello, Krall is the stuff of songwriting legend. She's like fine wine; only getting better with age. See her effortlessly croon her way into your heart this summer. // 5pm. Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend. $52-92.

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017


Slightly Stoopid and Indigo Girls

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Indigo Girls

March 20

LEGENDARY FOLK — Rocking out since the mid 1980s, many will recognize the Indigo Girls for their unique, Grammy-winning folk rock. Icons in the LGBTQIA communities, both coming out before it was deemed mainstream "safe," the "Girls" are still going strong and wowing crowds across the nation. Needed in this much needed time of push-back music, they have wowed much bigger stages, so seeing them in such an intimate setting will be quite exceptional. // 7pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St, Bend. $58-78.

Lee Harvey Osmond Aka Tom Wilson, Aka Blackie and the Rodeo Kings

April 11

ACID FOLK — If you're a fan of Tom Waits, Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen, you'll find a place in your folky heart for Canadian multifaceted artist Tom Wilson. Of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings fame, Wilson has had so many incarnations in his widespread career that its hard to know where he's at right now. His recent full-length album, "Beautiful Scars" lends itself into the melodic rumblings of someone that isn't quite yet done with exploring his tunes. It'll be trippy, that's for sure. // 8pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Drive, Bend. $12 adv., $15 door.

Slightly Stoopid with Iration, J Boog and the Movement

July 15

REGGAE SKA — It's just not a Bend summer without a southern Californian reggae-ska concert at Les Schwab. It's kind of like a hazy rite of passage. Enter the return of '90s superstars Slightly Stoopid, who have quite the following — everyone from present day high schoolers to fathers of said teenagers. These shows are seriously fun, with a fusion of rock, reggae, ska, blues, hip-hop, funk, and yes, even a tinge of punk. Beware, suffering a contact buzz while in the throes of the mosh pit may be a real thing. // 4pm. Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend. $37.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017


King Louie's Blues Revue, Black Violin & the Avett Brothers

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Black Violin hits the Tower Theatre April 2.
  • Black Violin hits the Tower Theatre April 2.

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King Louie's Blues Revue

March 17-18

Phew, this is one heck of a funky show set for the Riverhouse Jazz series. The Portland-based brass band features three sets of smooth R&B, with bluesy vocals including "Oregon's King of Soul" Andy Stokes, gospel queen LaRhonda Steele and songstress Lisa Mann. They're joined by a full band sure to get you up on your feet. Stokes' bumpin' dance moves as well as his Marvin Gaye-esque voice are almost enough to convince anyone that this is a show not to be missed. // 6:30pm each night. Riverhouse on the Deschutes, 3065 N Hwy 97, Bend. $48.

Black Violin

April 2

A unique fusion of R&B, hip-hop, pop (with a bit of classical fiddle) and bluegrass thrown in! Black Violin is breaking molds in all the right ways with their genre-bending music. They've performed everywhere from festivals to SXSW to President Obama's inauguration. Even "The New York Times" commented on their unique collaborative style, saying "sometimes they play with the intense seriousness of orchestral soloists; at others they fiddle as if at a hoedown; at still others they strum the violin and viola like guitars." A show that will definitely inspire. // 7:30pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St, Bend. $22-47.

The Avett Brothers

July 21

Women, men, children — heck, even your grandmother probably wept when The Avett Brothers announced their return to Oregon this summer. Tears of joy ran into American-sized puddles (read: they were large) for this Grammy-nominated folk rock band that has been winning the hearts of all, everywhere. Although one would think otherwise, only two of the seven touring band members are related; but nonetheless their sound is gloriously harmonious. // 5:30pm. Les Schwab Amphitheater, 344 SW Shevlin-Hixon Dr, Bend. $43.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017


Puccini's La Boheme, Semi-Toned & Steve Miller Band

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Get Semi Toned this Spring.
  • Get Semi Toned this Spring.

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Puccini's La Boheme

March 10-11

Whether you're a seasoned opera buff or not, La Boheme is one of the oldest and most quintessential works in the genre. And you're in luck, because it comes to Redmond this March! Brought to you through a collaboration from OperaBend, Cascade Chorale and COCC, a team of classically trainer singers will hit the stage to share this beautiful story of young bohemian artists and lovers, set in the back alley streets of the Latin Quarter in 19th century Paris. Expect to witness the joys and sorrows of love and loss in this spectacular piece conducted by Central Oregon Symphony's Michael Gesme. The cast includes singers all the way from New York City and Los Angeles and is sure to be a mesmerizing treat. Book your tickets now for the limited two-night run. // 3pm & 7pm. Ridgeview High School, Redmond. $15-35 April 9


April 9

With a name like semi toned, you can tell this group doesn't take itself too seriously. This British singing sensation is a charmingly offbeat all-male a cappella group sure to delight audiences, whether it be by their voices, British accents or maroon tuxedos. The 12 disarmingly handsome singers (eye candy anyone?) take audiences on a musical journey from the '70s to the pop hits of today, breaking moves such as the Lindy Hop, the Macarena and beyond. Phew, it's all a little much, but it's that kind of over-the-top greatness you can't help but love. // 7pm. Tower Theatre, Bend. $25-45

Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton

August 4

Escape into the powerful nostalgia that is old school rock n' roll when two greats hit the stage. This summer, The Steve Miller Band welcomes rock legend Peter Frampton to their lineup, and with a show this big, you'd better get your tickets extra early. Having first met in the '60s in London, both guitarists have played together from intimate venues to football stadiums. "He always sets the musical bar high, his band always knocks me out, and I'm thrilled we are going to spend the summer together doing a great run of concerts," said Miller. "This is the kind of quality and talent we both strive to present and I'm looking forward to a summer of great music, exceptional performances and fun. Peter is a remarkable musician.." says the guy that IS Steve Miller. Come see both of these legends knock it out of the park. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am. // 6pm. Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend. $65-375.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Gung Ho for Shows 1/25-2/1

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February 6

Ace Frehley of Kiss

CLASSIC ROCK— A founding member of the iconic and revered hard rock band Kiss, Ace Frehley, plays a solo show, stripped from the face paint. A classic rock legend in the music scene since the early '70s, Frehley has probably seen all aspects of the sex, drugs and rock 'n roll lifestyle. He may leave the infamous KISS antics at home—forget the smoking guitars, shooting rockets and blood spitting, but his talent shines through in this solo tour. Still killing it, he is a musical maverick, and a prominent guitarist—well respected by his peers. Expect to witness a high-energy show full of riffs from his career in KISS and as a solo artist. // 7pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend. $59-70.

April 14

Ravi Coltrane Quintet

JAZZ— Tune in for a night of soothing saxophone by Grammy-nominated bandleader Ravi Coltrane. A product of jazz royalty, John and Alice Coltrane, Ravi has released six albums and has performed with everyone from Stanley Clarke to Carlos Santana. A legend in the making, Ravi is sure to entertain with his free flowing post pob jazz style that leaves much to interpretation and improvisation. Creative and greatly admired, Ravi promises a show not to be missed and is the last in the inaugural Riverhouse Jazz series. // 6:30pm. Riverhouse on the Deschutes, 3075 N. Business 97, Bend. $60.

May 6

Bend Gear & Beer Active Lifestyle Festival

EXPO— What better suits the Bend lifestyle than being outdoors with friends and family and then enjoying a beer afterward? Plan your spring and summer adventures by checking out all the newest in outdoor gear at this fun gathering for sports enthusiasts and those curious to get outside. Featuring outdoor retailers, sport pros with great tips and the latest innovators and thinkers of tech gear, live music, kids events, gear demos and a stellar beer garden full of craft beers, this is Bend's lifestyle festival. // 10am. Athletic Club of Bend, 61615 Athletic Club Drive, Bend. $5, 12 and under free.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Gung Ho for Shows 1/18-1/25

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January 31

Nature Nights: My Life on Trails—What a Cougar Taught Me About Conservation

LEARN—In the first event of the season, Deschutes National Forest trails specialist John Schubert explains the importance of maintaining trails—whether they be urban or in the wilderness. Schubert's talk will take you through the magnificent history of trail building, including the evolution from basic to contemporary design. He will also give tips on how you can reduce your impact in the wilderness. Perfect to get you in the spirit of spring trail running and exploring. Nature nights are free but reservations are required, so be sure you book your seat today before this event "sells out." // 7pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend. Free. Register at

February 17-18


JAZZ—Combing the musical likes of funk, rock, rhythm and blues, the Yellowjackets are a quartet that's been striking musical chords since the late '70s. Although only founding member pianist Russell Ferrante is still with the group today, the current incarnation is definitely thriving with rave reviews of its latest album Coherence. Complex fusion arrangements with elaborate chord progressions give this group deep credentials. The intimate setting of the Riverhouse will make these very special shows. This season's jazz series has been one for the books and the Yellowjackets are the crème de la crème. // 6pm. Riverhouse on the Deschutes, 3075 N Hwy 97, Bend. $60. Get tickets at

April 1

Louie Anderson

COMEDY—Beyond iconic in the sitcom world, baby-faced, Emmy award-winning Louie Anderson is coming to the Tower this spring. Many may remember Anderson as the iconic host of Family Feud. He brings the same charisma to his comedy routine, with many describing him as quick-witted, lighthearted and with an ability to weave stories like no other. The actor won an Emmy award in 2016 for his role as Christine in the hit comedy series "Baskets" and he was named by Comedy Central as one of 100 greatest stand-up comedians of all time. // 7pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St, Bend. $43-55. Tickets at

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Gung Ho for Shows 1/11-1/18

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January 25

"The Price is Right" Live

GAME SHOW—Just in case you have never spent a day sick on the couch watching this classic game show—"The Price is Right" first began in 1956 and features contestants pulled from the crowd to compete to win cash and prizes by guessing the price of merchandise. Unfortunately, word on the street is regular TV host Drew Carey won't be there...but there is still fun to be had! The prizes can include vacations, appliances and even a new car. Grab your Grandma and come on down to the Price is Right in Central Oregon. // 7:30pm. Deschutes County Fairgrounds, 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond. Reserved seats, $29-$49. Tickets can be purchased at

February 24

Riff Raff

MUSIC—Rapper Riff Raff is an intriguing guy that no one can quite put his or her finger on, from suing "Spring Breakers" for money he says he's owed from James Franco and director Harmony Korine sampling his life without permission, to announcing his film "The Peach Panther," set to debut on the big screen in fall 2017. The film will co-star G-Eazy, Tommy Chong, Perez Hilton and many more celebrities and will be based off of Riff Raff's latest album of the same title. Oh yes, and he raps. Interesting guy, right? With DJ Afterthought, Dollar Bill Gates, Owey and Peter Jackson also performing, this evening is bound to be entertaining. // 7pm. Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend. $18 GA, $75 VIP meet and greet. Tickets can be purchased at

September 8-10 

Sisters Folk Festival 

FESTIVAL—You may be thinking to yourself, "Why would I buy tickets for something nine months away?" Well, the Sisters Folk Festival is no ordinary event! Known for selling out months in advance and with early bird passes already gone, there's no reason not to buy now. The lineup for this year won't be out for a few months but with past performances by Lake Street Dive, Shakey Graves, James McMurty and more, it's almost a guarantee this year will be stellar. See you in September! // Variety of venues in Sisters. $150 adult, $50 youth (ages 6-18) festival passes. Tickets available at

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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

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January 19

Dave Eggers

READ—Deschutes Public Library Foundation does it again with its visiting author series. This January, it's author Dave Eggers presenting. Now in its fifth year, Author! Author! brings some of the country's top authors to Bend for intimate presentations on the writing process, their current works and literature in general. Eggers' book, "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius," was a Pulitzer Prize finalist and "A Hologram for the King" was a finalist for the 2012 National Book Award. He is also the founder of the independent publishing company McSweeney's. If you can't make Eggers' talk, author Anthony Doerr will be visiting in February and Siddhartha Mukherjee in April. // 7pm. Bend High School, 230 NE Sixth St., Bend. $25. Tickets available at

January 31

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe

MUSIC—Karl Denson, a phenomenal funk artist currently serving as the saxophonist for The Rolling Stones, will take a break to travel to Bend with his group Karl Denson's Tiny Universe. Denson's sax skills are legendary and this show will be as jazzy as it is funky. Word is audiences can expect super-charged covers of iconic artists such as the Beastie Boys, Prince and The White Stripes, plus originals. But don't wait, because there's a good chance this show will sell out in advance. // 9pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr., Bend. $25 adv., $30 door. Tickets available at

June 15-18

4 Peaks Music Festival

FESTIVAL—Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Central Oregon's own 4 Peaks Music Festival is back and bigger than ever with a new location at Stevenson Ranch. 4 Peaks offers the festival environment while emphasizing a family-friendly atmosphere and kids under 10 are free. With over 20 bands, free camping and gorgeous views of the Cascades, 4 Peaks is a great way to kick off a summer of fun. Right now 4 Peaks is offering a holiday/end of the year ticket price for $145 till Jan. 13. This is a crazy low price for four days of camping, dancing and music. // Thursday, June 15–Sunday, June 18. Stevenson Ranch, 21085 Knott Rd., Bend. $145 available till Jan. 13.

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Gung Ho For Shows 12/21-12/28

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January 19

Robert Earl Keen

MUSIC—Acclaimed alternative country singer Robert Earl Keen makes his way back to Bend to promote his new album, "Live Dinner Reunion." In 1996 Keen recorded "No. 2 Live Dinner" at the famous John T. Floore's Country Store in Helotes, Texas. Twenty years later, to celebrate this best seller, Keen returned to the same stage to record this new album which has been popular on country, Texas and bluegrass charts. Audiences can expect some classic favorites plus collaborations with friends including Joe Ely, Cody Canada, Cory Morrow and more. // 7pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend. $35-$51.75. Tickets available at

January 25

Martin Sexton

MUSIC—Continuing the tradition of bringing great acts to Central Oregon, Sisters Folk Festival announced its Winter Concert Series with three shows that focus on songwriters, including Martin Sexton. Known for his honest lyrics, guitar playing skills and captivating live shows, Sexton is the perfect performer to get audiences through a cold January. With songs that incorporate folk, blues, soul, country and rock, plus nine studio albums, there are plenty of songs that could be played during this show. However, we have our fingers crossed that the song "Diner" makes an appearance! // 7pm. Sisters High School, 1700 McKinney Butte Rd., Sisters. $55 adults, $40 youth 18 and under. Complete series packages available. Tickets available at

February 17

Leftover Salmon

MUSICLeftover Salmon has been sharing its unique Colorado sound with the world for over a quarter-century and in the process paving the way for many newgrass and jam bands today. Although Leftover uses traditional bluegrass string instruments, its songs are filled with soulful lyrics and are less twang and more rock 'n' roll. When watching Leftover play it's clear the band members are in love with what they do and want to share that exuberance with the crowd. Expect a night of foot-stomping and unabashed dancing to some great tunes. // 9pm. Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend. $20 adv., $25 door. Tickets available at

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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December 17

The Trail Band

MUSIC—Celebrating its 25th year, The Trail Band is an eight-piece ensemble of talented singers, including Quarterfalsh's Rindy Ross, and musicians playing brass and string instruments. With influences of country, folk, bluegrass, blues and early jazz, The Trail Band encompasses the holiday spirit in a more traditional Oregon style. Book these now! // 3pm & 7pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend. $36, $41.50. Tickets available at

January 7

Yak Attack

MUSIC—This Portland trio fuses elements of electronica, jazz and funk into a show that is sure to make the whole room dance. Fresh off the release of its first full-length album, "Real World Conditions," Yak Attack is no stranger to Bend but will surely be welcomed back with open arms. This lively show is the perfect way to celebrate the first weekend of the New Year, so don't wait to book your tickets. // 8pm. Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend. $12 adv., $15 door. Tickets available at

February 11

Jazz at Joe's

MUSIC—Jazz at Joe's is known for bringing quality national and regional jazz artists to Central Oregon and the performances sell out months in advance. That is why now is the perfect time to purchase tickets for the Randy Porter Trio in February. Randy Porter is a renowned jazz pianist from the Pacific Northwest who has toured internationally and currently teaches piano at Lewis and Clark College. Get 'em now while they're still available. // 7pm. CTC, 178 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend. $20 student, $39 GA. Tickets available at

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