This week at the Music Farm
Friday, November 7 – The Blue Dogs with Occasional Milkshake
Need to get out after a long week of school or work? Come let loose with the Charleston-based Blue Dogs on Friday at the Music Farm. These Southern jams are perfect for dancing with a group of friends or shagging with your sweetheart. The band has played with an impressively diverse list of artists, including Hootie and the Blowfish, Willie Nelson and Widespread Panic. The full band will be in Columbia on Friday, complete with drums and percussion, so prepare your ears for a flavorful, six-piece experience. The night will begin with bassist Hank Futch’s side project, Occasional Milkshake, so make sure to get to the show early! Doors open at 8, and show starts at 9. The Blue Dogs plan to play a jam set after their regular show ends at midnight. For once, the party won’t end with the band’s last song! Tickets range from $12 to $15.
Saturday, November 8 – Sevendust Acoustic with Az
American alternative metal band Sevendust will be rocking out in an acoustic show at the Farm on Saturday night. The group has toured with bands like Korn, Staind and Creed before, and most fans appreciate Sevendust for their high energy performances. While Sevendust hopes to showcase a slightly lighter side with their switch to acoustic guitars, attendees should certainly not expect any less intensity than usual. This Atlanta-based band hits the stage right after AZ, an Alabama rock band who will also be opening with an acoustic set. The show starts at 8, and it is all ages. Tickets range from $18 to $20 with a $3 cash only surcharge at the door for those under 21.