With another successful Rave n' Rage broadcast under our belts, it's time to fill all you good people on the interwebs in on all the cool shows happening in Maine this weekend! Fortunately for you CYY freaks, this weekend is heavy on the rock. Check it out!

FRIDAY 11/10

A Perfect Circle w/ The Beta Machine
Cross Insurance Arena (Portland)
8:00pm Start
$50-70 Depending on Seating Preference
- Seriously, who isn't excited for this? Fair warning, though - we did just report on how
APC threw out 60 fans from their show in Reading, PA last week for violating their
strict photo policy.

The Rocky Horror Show
The Strand Theatre (Rockland)
7:30pm
$22.50 Advance, $25 Day of Show
- The Strand Theatre is bringing one of the 70's best cult classics to the stage,
featuring a full live band! Swing through to see where rock and roll meets full on camp.

Little Texas
Waterville Opera House (Waterville)
8:00pm Start
$35-50 Depending on Seating Preference
- A staple of the 90's country rock movement make their way up to the Waterville Opera House in celebration of 24 years since their first single hit the airwaves.

 

SATURDAY 11/11

Five of the Eyes w/ Added Color & QUAD
Empire (Portland)
9:30pm Start
$5 Advance / $8 Day of Show
- FOTE are one of the coolest Indie Rock bands to come out of Portland in a very long time. They're known for fusing progressive rock elements with soaring melodies, and for putting on a crazy cool live show.

Chris Ross & the North w/ Cannonball Bootstrap and Joel Thetford
Portland House of Music and Events (Portland)
8:00pm Doors – 9:00pm Music
$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show
- One of the Bangor area's best original rock acts make their way to Portland to serenade us with some old school cool wrapped up with a modern edge. Both twangy and aggressive, Chris Ross and co are bound to win rock, country and folk fans alike.

 

SUNDAY 11/12

The Movement w/ New Kingston
State Theatre (Portland)
8:00pm Doors – 9:00pm Music
$12 Advance / $15 Day of Show
- Hailing from Colombia, South Carolina, this ska/reggae group draws on some major soul influences for a smoother, more chilled out sound that you might be used to. Definitely worth checking out if you're missing the warm weather - you know WE are.

Did we miss a show that you're excited about? Let us know in the comments - help spread the word about music both local and national!