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Hello from Mackenzie I’ve got two words for you, friends: Spazz Fest. For nine years, the high energy, rowdy festival has given a platform to local bands from eastern North Carolina and beyond. It’s back in full force — with a fierce four day and four night lineup full of the same raucous energy it’s always known. Inside, we’ve got a one-stop shop for all things Spazz. Check out page 10 for a venue guide and full schedule of the weekend. Also check out the. Lonnie Walker, a band now operating out of Raleigh. It was one of the first bands to play at Spazz Fest and it is returning to it’s Greenville roots to headline at Crossbones Tavern at night two of the festival. Read about how they all started on page 8. Also, Spazz Fest isn’t the only festival happening this spring. Make sure popular festival Pirate Fest is on your radar. Full of music and local vendors, it’s a can’t miss event. Also, the Dogwood Festival in Farmville is back in late April. On another note, it’s Springtime, and that means it could be time to start figuring out your living arrangements. Have no fear; we’re here for you. From student housing to young professional rental properties in the grid and beyond, it’s all right here in Mixer.

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Out The The Out

of Limits AN EXCLUSIVE Q&A

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e sat down with The Out of Limits, a fun, local and quirky surf-rock band, to talk about their music. You can catch them wearing aluminum foil hats and glow in the dark accessories at Trollingwood Taproom and Brewery on March 23 to celebrate Spazz Fest IV!

Q: What is “The Out of Limits?”

in concordance with complex juxtapositions of Dempster-Shafer theory and Bayesian probability. That’s a gross oversimplification, but we hope your readers will forgive us our reverence for succinct elucidation.

A: A verbal expression that cannot be understood merely by knowing the individual meanings of its elements. It’s almost an anacoluthon, but not exactly. It might be best described as a misworded, logomachical morpheme. By sheer convergence of random variables, it experiences a phonetic reciprocity with the title of a television series whose popularity (and daring honesty about the hostile alien forces that were seizing control of the entertainment industry) inspired several instrumental rock bands of the 1960s to perform and record variations of its theme song.

Q: Who are you guys? Where are you from?

A: Answering either of those questions with any degree of veracity would necessarily undermine the function of our collective association. Our individual identities become increasingly difficult to particularize in corroborative terms, and as the deterioration of spatial applicability continues to accelerate, the conceit of location has become inimical to a robust, aggregate cognizance.

Q: What do your outfits mean?

That’s a gross oversimplification, but we hope your readers will forgive us our reverence for succinct elucidation.

A: That we are, as the kids say, “woke AF”. When not in close proximity of loud, fast instrumental rock music, we recommend that all fellow humans who seek to preserve some infinitesimal modicum of independence from our shadowy alien overlords wear protective gear. In order of effectiveness from least protective to most, headgear options are: Tinfoil > Aluminum Foil > Colander.

Q: How did your band begin? When did it start?

Oh, and it’s the name of our band, as well. The extent to which there exists any frequentist inference tethering our adoption of said name to the aforementioned instrumental rock bands of the 1960s is debatable, but only if framed

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A: As anatomists of the synchronistic interdependence of absolute simultaneity and the ontological infallibility of eternalistic unitary elements, we find it increasingly difficult, perhaps even wearyingly offensive, to be asked to accommodate chrononormative queries such as these, the



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The Out of Limits on ECU’s West Research Campus.

resulting explication of which would by necessity be the conformal and hieratical equivalent of the black hole information paradox. That we simply are is the safest and most honest answer we can provide at this time.

Q: What do you guys believe? A: We do not believe. Neither do we know. We do

our best to discern the reality, or absence thereof, in which we find ourselves, by means of a methodical application of determining that which evidence supports, and that which evidence does not. As of this moment, evidence most strongly supports three conditions which come closest to achieving the human fiction that is fact: 1) The Earth is simultaneously flat and hollow; 2) The Anunaki Reptilians control, manipulate, and manufacture nearly every facet of human existence, with the Earth’s “moon” being their mothership; 3) Music containing vocals is the Anunaki’s primary means of mind control.

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Q: What kind of music do you play? A: Our music closely resembles a form of instrumen-

tal rock and roll developed in the mid-20th century in response to the infiltration of the music industry by the Reptillians and their human slaves. Often labeled “surf music” or “surf rock,” its characteristic twangy, reverb-drenched guitars and danceable, high energy rhythms in fact had little to do with aesthetic considerations, and were in fact meticulously researched and actualized as an effective means of encrypting the minds of both musician and listener from external intrusion.

Q: What does the public need to know about? A: That we will be playing Friday, March 23rd at Troll-

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Matt Phillips performs at Christy’s Euro in 2017.

KEEPING THE ‘SPAZZ’ ALIVE BY MACKENZIE TEWKSBURY mtewksbury@reflector.com

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large building in the shadows of Dickinson Avenue was once the heart of a group of local musicians and music lovers with the drive and talent to create something special. The space, fully equipped with blown-out speakers, a catwalk-style loft above the stage and scribbles on the walls, came to be known as the Spazzatorium. It was the creative hub for an underground music scene that just wanted to play music. It was shuttered by large blinds and to the average bystander, the fact that a building nestled on Dickinson Avenue housed such a thing would’ve came as a complete shock. But when the truth of what was happening in this building eventually came to light, the Spazzatorium was shut down. But, as the saying goes, when one door closes, another opens — and that was just the beginning of the spazz. The same spirit that once echoed through the blown speakers and the dirty walls now thrives on stage at Crossbones Tavern or parking lots at Christy’s Euro Pub every March at what’s known as Spazz Fest.

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Brian Corum of Lonnie Walker performs during Spazz Fest 2017.

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with them a hint of nostalgia but a lot of energy. “It’s nostalgic, a blast from the past,” Corum said. “There’s still a lot of love there after all the years.” Lonnie Walker seems to have grassroots beginnings, as Corum explained he was playing solo as Lonnie Walker and recording solo songs before collaborating with Robinson and uploading the recordings to then-popular MySpace and GarageBand. Then, while connections kept on unfolding with Hill, Finn and Robinson, the music just never stopped. “We had common connections and we vibed musically,” Corum said. “There was never like a moment where we decided we were gonna be a band for almost 15 years.” But that’s exactly what happened for the ECU graduates. The band often plays at Raleigh venues like Kings and Pour House Music Hall and recently sold out a show at The Lincoln Theater. However, Corum said Greenville will always hold a special place in the band’s heart. And even though Greenville has changed a lot since they were college students — most of the restaurants and bars they once knew are now completely different — they remain excited to return to the place where the music was born.

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hen a group of art students met in an intermediate photography class at East Carolina University in the early 2000s, it sparked a future none of them expected. Now, that same group of art students and their friends — Brian Corum, Eric Hill, Raymond Finn and Mike Robinson — are the musical talents of the band Lonnie Walker. They perform all over Raleigh, but their origin is deeply rooted in Spazz Fest. “It’s where we came from, it’s where we started,” Corum, vocalist of the band said. The group formed shortly after meeting at East Carolina University, and Lonnie Walker is one of the first groups to ever perform at Spazz Fest nearly 10 years ago. In previous years, they’ve shared the lineup with Future Islands, Matt Phillips and the Philharmonics and Zack Mexico. They return this year to headline at Crossbones Tavern, and they bring

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IT’S LIKE GOING BACK TO THE OLD COLLEGE HANG OUT ...

“It’s like going back to the old college hang out,” Corum said. “Maybe I’ll check out 519,” guitarist Eric Hill added with a laugh. Hill said those interested in going to the festival should not be quick to rule out the quality of it. The festival brings impressive music from all over the east coast to the bars and music venues of Greenville, and Hill said it’s more than worth the money. “People have a tendency to not think of Greenville to have cool things like Spazz Fest,” Hill said. “Experience it for yourself. It’s a really cool event.” With years of Spazz experience under his belt, Corum offered a very simple piece of advice to those choosing to embark on the four-day adventure. “Stay hydrated. It’s gonna be a long night,” Corum laughed. Lonnie Walker performs at Crossbones Tavern at 9 p.m. at Friday, March 23 with Nana Grizol, Loamlands and Paperhaus. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door.

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Lonnie Walker performs at Crossbones Tavern in 2017.

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SPAZZ FEST IX continues the annual tradition of a multi-day, multi-venue event honoring the integrity of Greenville’s social community while celebrating it’s established and continually growing music and arts scene.

PARTICIPATING VENUES: CHRISTY’S EURO PUB 301 S Jarvis St. CROSSBONES TAVERN 114 East 5th St. FIRE AMERICAN TAVERN 113 East 5th St. JARVIS STREET BOTTLE SHOP 211 S Jarvis St. PEDALS AND PISTONS 621 Clark St. PITT STREET BREWING COMPANY 630 S. Pitt St. PLAYERS RETREAT 1631 Pactolus Highwayw TROLLINGWOOD TAPROOM & BREWERY 707 Dickinson Ave. GREENVILLE MASONIC BUILDING 1104 Charles St.

Thursday, March 22nd

Saturday, March 24th

Trollingwood Taproom & Brewery

Pitt Street Brewing Company

Rock & Roll Pig Roast: Look Vibrant, Friendship, The Monologue Bombs Cost: $5 Entry / $8 = Entry + Food [Presale] | $6 Entry / $10 = Entry + Food [Door] | Free W/ Golden Ticket Time: 4 to 11 p.m.

Crossbones Tavern

Spazz Fest Night One: Evan Taylor Jones Band, Lobo Marino, Matt Phillips Cost: $6 [Presale] | $8 [Door] | Free W/ Golden Ticket Time: 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Friday, March 23rd Jarvis Street Bottle Shop

The Singer-Songwriter Round Robin (Acoustic): William Smith, Richard Benjamin, Mandy Mears, Jt Ackerman, Jericho & The Wolve, Brian Burke + Tender Mercy Cost: Free Time: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Trollingowood Taproom & Brewery

Absolutely Spazztastic: Grandchildren, The Out Of Limits, Cranes Are Flying, Gavin Riley Smoke Machine, Tender Mercy Cost: $6 [Presale] | $8 [Door] Time: 7 to 11:30 p.m.

Fire American Tavern

Metal Night: Syneresis, Down To This, Witchwells, Bastard Toungue, Nathaniel Tre’ Harding Cost: $8 [Presale] | $10 [Door] Time: 8 p.m. to midnight

Crossbones Tavern

Spazz Fest Night Two: Nana Grizol, Lonnie Walker, Loamlands, Paperhaus Cost: $10 [Presale] | $12 [Door] Time: 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

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Spazz Fest Ix: The Day Rager: Fs, First Marriage, Propersleep, Zephyranthes, Nu Clear Twins, Spaghetti Cost: $10 [Presale] | $12 [Door] Time: 2 to 7 p.m.

Pitt Street Brewing Company Arson Daily, Del Sur, Self Help Cost: Free Time: 8 to11 p.m.

Christy’s Euro Pub

Almost finalized schedule of events therein. Keep a look out for SECRET SHOWS & AFTER-PARTY’S that probably won’t get plugged on here. WORD OF MOUTH BABY!

The Hootenanny: The Hills & The Rivers, On The Water, Average Joey, William Smith Cost: Free Time: 8 p.m. to midnight

Crossbones Tavern

Pedals & Pistons

Punk Rock Smackdown: The Independents W/ No Brainer, Poison Anthem, Madd Hatters, Good Good Grief, Dead Rotten, Voltage Divider, Underground District Cost: $8 [Presale] | $10 [Door] Time: 6 p.m.

Trollingowood Taproom & Brewery

Spazzalicious Ft. Sweet Acts + Rap Round Robin: Crunk Witch, Sext Msg, Ada Band, Wilt, Free Radical & The Rap Round Robin With Pt Burnem, Jack Topht, Speak N’ Eye & Richard Benjamin Cost: $8 [Presale] | $10 [Door] Time: 7 p.m. to midnight

Spazz Fest Night Three: Psylo Joe, Tomato Dodgers + Special Guests Cost: $8 [Presale] | $10 [Door] Time: 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Sunday, March 25th The Greenville Masonic Temple

Greenville Vinyl Record Show Spazz Edition Cost: Free Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Trollingowood Taproom & Brewery

Dj Tyme + Special Guests Cost: $6 Time: midnight to 2 a.m.

Cosmic Spazzfest: Clang Quartet, Clouds Of Venus, Ben Mauch, Honeybrandy, The Sound Of Square Triangles As Digital Leaves, Bryce Eiman, Joe Barricella & Birth Rattle Cost: $5 Time: 3 to 8 p.m.

Player’s Retreat

Christy’s Euro Pub

Trollingowood Taproom & Brewery

Metal Night 2: Unicron, Sharptooth, Curses, Lumen & Valhalla Cost: $5 [Presale] | $7 [Door] Time: 7 to 11p.m.



Spazz Fest Ix Finale: Scott Yoder & William Seymour Cost: Free Time: 7 to 11 p.m.

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$400-550 $550-700 $700-900 $900 and above

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2 LOCATION?

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Walking distance to campus Close to football stadiums

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Washer and dryer included Pool Tanning bed Private bathroom Large bedroom Furnished

None One Two Three Four Carpeted floors Workout room All utilities included (water, electricity, cable/internet)

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Before signing a lease, there are many things to consider. It can be overwhelming and important questions can easily be overlooked. Here are some questions you may want to ask your landlord before deciding on an apartment or house. QUESTIONS: What payments method do you accept for rent? Where and when is it paid? What is the late fee policy? What is the subleasing policy? Do they allow early-lease terminations?

What is procedure for submitting a maintenance request? Who makes repairs? How long does it take? Is there a 24-hour maintenance policy?

How is the crime in the neighborhood? Any history of break-ins?

Are there any issues with bugs/rodents? What are extermination policies?

What utilities are included with the property? What is a “normal” estimate for what utility bills?

Do you change the locks between each tenant? Is it pet friendly? What is the parking situation?

Before moving your belongings, it’s vital that you check that your new home is safe to live in by inspecting the rented property. Take a look around your new place and make notes of anything that may be damaged (both with photos and in writing) or in need of repair. KEEP IN MIND: Make sure carpets are cleaned and without stains or tears. Make sure tiles are not missing or scuffed. Make sure no window panes are broken and you can actually open them. Make sure all electrical outlets and smoke outlets are working. Flick all light switches to ensure they work. Make sure all heat and air conditioning units work efficiently. Check to see if the filters have been changed. Check every lock. Check for any scratches or chipped paint on walls, floors or ceilings. Make sure there are no leaks of any kind. Check water pressure. Look for any insects/rodents.

Provide your landlord with a detailed description and make sure to keep one for yourself. This will help you ensure your new home is suitable to live in!

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Hook-Ups Only

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Pirate Places Owner: Rob O’Conner rob@pirateplaces.com 704-953-8736 www.pirateplaces.com

I f none of the pre vious apar tme nts suit what you’re look ing for, the re are pl e nt y of p rop er t y m anage rs that own prope r t y ne ar ECU, dow ntown and in the gr id. He re is a l ist of som e local prope r t y manage rs that have space s avail abl e for re nt.

University Area Properties Owner: Charles O’Connor charlesoconnor@suddenlink.net 252-327-2992 www.uapnc.com

Blount Properties Owner: Jim Blount jim@blountpropertiesnc.com 252 916 0481 www.blountpropertiesnc.com

EC Leases Owner: Daniel Overby Daniel@ecleases.com 252-412-9700 www.ecleases.com

SandLine Properties Owner: Sandra Harrison sharrison7@suddenlink.net 252-321-4712 www.collegeuniversityrentals.com

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OFF CAMPUS: EMERGENCY: 911 Greenville Police Department 500 S. Greene Street Non-Emergency: 252-329-4315

City Of Greenville 200 W. Fifth Street 252-329-2489

Recycling* 625 W. Arlington Blvd. 252-329-4048.

Greenville Fire/Rescue 500 S. Greene Street Non-Emergency: 252-329-4390

Public Works 1500 Beatty Street 252-329-4522

Animal Services 4450 County Home Road 252-902-1726

Pitt County Sheriff’s Office 100 W. Third Street, #102 252-902-2800

Greenville Recreation & Parks Jaycee Park 2000 Cedar Lane 252-329-4567

Student Services 252-328-2847 OCSS@ecu.edu

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Suddenlink Communications 2120 W. Arlington Blvd. 252-756-5677

Greenville Utilities Commission 401 S. Greene Street 252-752-7166 www.guc.com

Century Link: 1904 Red Bud Circle 252-421-3647.

* Greene Street parking lot and the corner of Fourth and Pitt Streets.

C ab l e TV : Suddenlink Communications 2120 W. Arlington Blvd. 252-756-5677 DIRECTV 855-802-3473

Moving & storage: Two Men and a Truck 4315 Sapphire Ct. 252-649-0417 ABC Moving and Storage 2011 Stantonsburg Road 252-342-4500 U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer 3550 Greenville Blvd. 252-321-1675 3413 Tupper Drive 252-214-6344 2900 E. 10th Street 252-752-4006

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O n C am p us : East Carolina University Police Department 609 E. 10th Street 252-328-6787

Student Health Services 1000 East Fifth Street 252-328-6841

Student Legal Services 123 W. Fourth Street 252-756-3800

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CONTINUED STORY FROM P. 7

Jeff Blinder, leader of the festival, has made a point of keeping the Spazz spirit alive, and with the help of volunteers, local music venues and bands, it continues on March 22 for it’s ninth year. Blinder said the festival brings bands from all over the east coast to Greenville, and while they may not be headliners, they are sure to bring a great time. “I call it the Greenville way. A lot of the bands have shown they can kick ass and Greenville is responding well,” Blinder said. Jordan Finn, a long-time Spazz Fest fan, said that’s exactly why he keeps going back to Spazz Fest. He said you won’t likely know the name of the band when they are playing at Spazz Fest, but give it a few years, and then everyone will. “That’s what I love about Spazz. It’s just like, “Who are these guys? Let me pop into this bar.’ And then your mind is blown.” Blinder said he wants to make sure the festival has something for everyone. Whatever genre of music the listener likes, he is likely to find a venue that has it. The festival is high-energy there is always something going on. While there’s a show at Crossbones, there’s a whole different kind of showing playing down the street at Trollingwood Taproom and Brewery, and an even more different kind of band playing across the street at Pitt Street Brewing Co. “It’s sensory overload,” Blinder said. “I mean, people even made shirts that say, ‘I survived Spazz Fest.’”

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Hot Dog Special

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Hot Dog Special (2 Hot Dogs, Chips & Drink)

$4.75

Tailgate Special

Choice of Mustard, Onions, Ketchup, Hot Spicy Chili, or Mild 10 or more Hot Dogs Meat Chili

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Cold-Cut Subs, Pizzas, Homemade Lemonade & Apple Turnovers also available!

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Call In Orders Accepted 252-752-3647 (DOGS) 1938 N. Memorial Dr., Greenville 

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March dates MARCH 2:

EMILY MUSOLINO AND VILLA VERDE FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. BOULEVARDS AND BROTHERS OF FUNK: at Crossbones Tavern ALMOST, MAINE: at Magnolia Arts Center JERRY AND DANIEL: at A.J. McMurphy’s SPARE CHANGE: at Tiebreakers Sports Bar and Grill

MARCH 3:

SHILOH HILL AND CHIRBA CHIRBA FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. UFC 222, CYBORG VS KUNITSKAYA: at Buffalo Wild Wings

MARCH 9:

WINGSKI’S FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt StreetBrewing Co. THREESOUND: at Crossbones Tavern TAN SANDERS AND HALEN SYKES: at A.J. McMurphy’s

MARCH 10:

THE MUMZ AND VILLA VERDE FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. NOELLE SMITH: at Uptown Brewing Co. THE WANNABEE’S: at A.J. McMurphy’s

MARCH 15:

VILLA VERDE FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co.

MARCH 16:

SIGNAL FIRE AND STUFT FOOD TRUCK :at Pitt Street Brewing Co. FOLK ARTS SOCIETY OF GREENVILLE SALSA DANCE: at Crave BRYAN QUINTARD: at A.J. McMurphy’s

MARCH 17:

SAINT PATRICKS DAY PARTY: THE STILL SHAKERS AND ANITA’S FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. PSYLO JOE: at Crossbones Tavern FOLK ARTS SOCIETY OF GREENVILLE CONTRA DANCE: at Jaycee Park Auditorium RAY AND BOBBY BAND: at Uptown Brewing Co. VICTOR & ‘13: at A.J. McMurphy’s

MARCH 22:

SPAZZ FEST OFICIAL KICK OFF PARTY: at Trollingwood Taproom and Brewery SPAZZ FEST NIGHT ONE: at Crossbones Tavern

MARCH 23:

SPAZZ FEST SINGER-SONGWRITER ROUND ROBIN: at Jarvis Street Bottle Shop ABSOLUTELY SPAZZTASTIC NIGHT: at Trollingwood Taproom and Brewery SPAZZ FEST METAL NIGHT: at Fire American Tavern SPAZZ FEST NIGHT TWO: at Crossbones Tavern KAT-N-AROUND FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co.

MARCH 24:

SPAZZ FEST DAY RAGER :at Pitt Street Brewing Co. ARSON DAILY, DEL SUR AND SELF HELP: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. THE HOOTENANNY: at Christy’s Euro Pub SPAZZ FEST PUNK ROCK SMACKDOWN: at Pedals and Pistons SPAZZ FEST METAL NIGHT TWO: at Player’s Retreat SPAZZ FEST NIGHT THREE: at Crossbones Tavern THE ROMAN SAMS: at A.J. McMurphy’s

MARCH 25:

WEEKLY EVENTS SUNDAY TIEBREAKERS: World Tavern Poker, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

MONDAY BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Open mic night with Jerry Coyle CROSSBONES TAVERN:Open mic night PITT STREET BREWING CO.: Team trivia night, 7 p.m. TIEBREAKERS: 30 Second Rocks, 7 p.m.

TUESDAY CHRISTY’S EURO PUB: Open mic night CROSSBONES TAVERN: Comedy night TIEBREAKERS: Hollywood trivia, 8 p.m.

WEDNESDAY BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Big Show with Nicky Harris, 7 p.m.; Mikele Buck, 10 p.m. CROSSBONES TAVERN:Trivia night FIRE AMERICAN TAVERN: Karaoke with Krazy Karoake, 9:30 p.m. PITT STREET BREWING CO.: Open mic night comedy night, 8 p.m. UPTOWN BREWING CO.: Half priced wine specials TIEBREAKERS: Beach music DJ and shagging, 7 p.m.

COSMIC SPAZZFEST: at Trollingwood Taproom and Brewery SPAZZ FEST FINALE: at Christy’s Euro Pub

UPTOWN BREWING CO.: Wednesday night pub runs, 6 p.m.

MARCH 29:

CROSSBONES TAVERN: Singer/songwriter night

VILLE VERDE FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. MARCH 30: VILLA VERDE FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. SOUTHERN BELLES: at Crossbones Tavern JERRY AND DANIEL: at A.J. McMurphy’s

MARCH 31:

Y’ALL EAT YET? FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. GROOVE FETISH: at Crossbones Tavern TEG: at A.J. McMurphy’s

THURSDAY TIEBREAKERS: Team feud, 7 p.m

FRIDAY A.J. MCMURPHY’S: Live music BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Live music BUFFALO WILD WINGS: After 5 office party CROSSBONES TAVERN: Live music TIEBREAKERS: Live music

SATURDAY A.J. MCMURPHY’S: Live music BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Live music CROSSBONES TAVERN: Live music TIEBREAKERS: DJ Captain Morgan Karaoke

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April dates APRIL 6:

SUPATIGHT AND ANITA’S FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. SOUTH HILL BANK: at Crossbones Tavern BOYD AND MORGAN: at A.J. McMurphy’s

APRIL 7:

B&B: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. UFC 223, FERGUSON VS KHABIB: at Buffalo Wild Wings

APRIL 13:

PIRATE FEST: in Uptown Greenville STEADY FLOW: at Crossbones Tavern

APRIL 14:

PIRATE FEST- PLAIN WHITE T’S: at Town Common Ampitheatre PIRATEFEST AND THE ODYSSEY: at Pitt Street Brewing Co.

APRIL 19:

ANITA’S FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Co

APRIL 20:

CHIRBA CHIRBA FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Co. FOLK ARTS SOCIETY OF GREENVILLE CONTRA DANCE: at Jaycee Park Auditorium

APRIL 21:

ELEPHANT CONVOY: at Crossbones Tavern FOLK ARTS SOCIETY OF GREENVILLE CONTRA DANCE: at Jaycee Park Auditorium UPTOWN CRAFT AND VENDOR MARKET: at Uptown Brewing Co.

APRIL 27:

DOGWOOD FESTIVAL: in Farmville

APRIL 28:

EMPIRE STRIKES BASS AND ANITA’S FOOD TRUCK: at Pitt Street Brewing Co. DOGWOOD FESTIVAL: in Farmville

APRIL 29:

DOGWOOD FESTIVAL: in Farmville

WEEKLY EVENTS SUNDAY

TIEBREAKERS: World Tavern Poker, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

MONDAY

BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Open mic night with Jerry Coyle CROSSBONES TAVERN:Open mic night PITT STREET BREWING CO.: Team trivia night, 7 p.m. TIEBREAKERS: 30 Second Rocks, 7 p.m.

TUESDAY

CHRISTY’S EURO PUB: Open mic night CROSSBONES TAVERN: Comedy night TIEBREAKERS: Hollywood trivia, 8 p.m.

WEDNESDAY

BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Big Show with Nicky Harris, 7 p.m.; Mikele Buck, 10 p.m. CROSSBONES TAVERN:Trivia night FIRE AMERICAN TAVERN: Karaoke with Krazy Karoake, 9:30 p.m. PITT STREET BREWING CO.: Open mic night comedy night, 8 p.m.

FESTIVALS

UPTOWN BREWING CO.: Half priced wine specials TIEBREAKERS: Beach music DJ and shagging, 7 p.m. UPTOWN BREWING CO.: Wednesday night pub runs, 6 p.m.

THURSDAY

CROSSBONES TAVERN: Singer/songwriter night TIEBREAKERS: Team feud, 7 p.m

FRIDAY

A.J. MCMURPHY’S: Live music BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Live music BUFFALO WILD WINGS: After 5 office party CROSSBONES TAVERN: Live music TIEBREAKERS: Live music

SATURDAY

A.J. MCMURPHY’S: Live music BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: Live music CROSSBONES TAVERN: Live music TIEBREAKERS: DJ Captain Morgan Karaoke

UPCOMING FESTIVALS Spazz Fest March 22-25 Greenville

Pirate Fest April 13-14 Greenville Plain White T’s

Doggie Jams

For inclusion in the calendar, please email live events to mtewksbury@reflector.com

April 21 Sup Dogs With Lil Jon & Just The Tip

Dogwood Festival April 27-29 Farmville

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Mixer March/April 2018  

The March/April 2018 Mixer Magazine features the SPAZZFEST IX lineup and a guide for Greenville apartments. Don't miss an issue - Publishes...

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The March/April 2018 Mixer Magazine features the SPAZZFEST IX lineup and a guide for Greenville apartments. Don't miss an issue - Publishes...