Hey CYY Freaks! It's finally warm enough to go outside without 7 layers on, so let's celebrate with some live music this weekend, shall we?!

FRIDAY 3/29

Northwoods, Don’t Panic, Frankie Moon, Random Ideas
Geno’s Rock Club (Portland)
9:00pm Music
$8 Cover
21+
- All of these bands bring some seriously cool punk songwriting to the table, with other influences ranging from pop to folk. For any big Green Day / Blink 182 fans, this is the show this weekend.

Primus’ “Frizzle Fry” performed by Andrew Pelczar & Whatever Rhymes with Eloquent
Empire Live Music & Events (Portland)
10:00pm Music
$10 Tickets
21+
- Primus has been called the weirdest Top 40 band of all time, with good reason. Head to Empire on Saturday to see local musician Andrew Pelczar and his band Whatever Rhymes with Eloquent's take on one of their best records.

SATURDAY 3/30

George Winston
Chocolate Church Arts Center (Bath)
7:30pm Music
$35 Advance / $40 Day of Show
All Ages
- George Winston is a phenomenally talent solo pianist, who's material spans plenty of genres, though he's just playing one instrument. This is the show this weekend for everyone who wants to sit back, relax, and really experience the talent in front of them.

When Particles Collide, Tiger Bomb
Bayside Bowl (Portland)
8:00pm Music
$7 Advance. $10 Day of Show
All Ages
- Looking for a double-bill of powerhouse female-fronted rock bands? Here it is. When Particles Collide have an awesome alt-rock vibe that feels fresh, and Tiger Bomb's blend of Ramones-style grit and modern-punk wit is just plain badass.

WEDNESDAY 4/3

Good Grief: A Celebration of the Life and Music of Dave Noyes
(Rustic Overtones, The Fogcutters, Royal Hammer, Ghost of Paul Revere, etc)
State Theatre (Portland)
7:00pm Music
$20 Tickets – All proceeds go to benefit Dave’s family
All Ages
- We're making a special exception for this weekend's Rave N Rage, seeing as this show is actually happening next Wednesday. Dave Noyes meant a lot to the Portland music community, and this coming-together of all sides of the scene to celebrate his life and music isn't something you should miss.