#InTheLoop | Culture Lab LIC Is Presenting Great Outdoor Concerts
BY QEDC It's In Queens
It’s going to be a ANOTHER great weekend at Culture Lab LIC.
The Queens nonprofit has been presenting free, outdoor entertainment in The Plaxall Gallery lot at 5-25 46th Ave. for months now. Here’s the lineup for Sept. 16 to Sept. 19.
Thursday, Sept. 16
7 pm, Os Clavelitos
Os Clavelitos is a Samba band whose original music celebrates Brazil’s rich musical heritage, combining Brazilian rhythms (samba, baiao, bossa nova, and frevo) with English lyrics. The NYC-based group also performs traditional and popular Brazilian songs, sung in Portuguese.
9 pm, Stage to Screen Series
Seven new music videos by four musicians screen as part of the Stage to Screen Series, a free music video screening series featuring the work of bands who have played live at Culture Lab.
Will Make Some Noise, Something Like, Button Down Shirt and Oksana by Margot & The Midnight Tenants
Fantasies by Ambrose Getz
Fill My Head by Doctor B
Dear Hunter by Almog Sharvit
Led by Margot Bennett, Margot & The Midnight Tenants is an alternative pop-rock band blending singer-songwriter storytelling with hard-hitting energy. They spent much of this past year filming a multi-video project in collaboration with Culture Lab and directed by performing arts director, Tana Sirois. Here’s the lineup:
Friday, Sept. 17
7 pm, SquareWon
SquareWon is a funk-rock band with a bluesy twist influenced by the emotive force of Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan, the gospel of Ray Charles, the billowing horns of Tower of Power, and the tight, driving grooves of Stevie Wonder.
Saturday, Sept. 18
5 pm, Pigeonwing Dance
Named for its blend of airiness and NYC grit, Pigeonwing was founded by Guggenheim Fellow Gabrielle Lamb in 2016.
7 pm, Mike Cobb and The Crevulators
Mike Cobb & The Crevulators play eclectic-Americana, aka ECLECTICANA.
Sunday, Sept. 9
5 pm, Bonomo
Bonomo is an Indie acoustic outfit that pulls at the heart strings with symphonic resonance and a distinct take on Indie-Folk music.
7 pm, PBS’s “Bare Feet” and Culture Lab present Rolex Rasathy, ELSZ, YaliniDream, and DJ Ushka in “Kothu.” Consider it a dance party.
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