Pensacola, Florida
Friday October 19th 2018


Calendar Picks 6/2/16

Tuesday Plans With Bands

Now that summer is officially here, we know most of you are going to be spending plenty of time off the mainland, taking in everything the beach has to offer.

If free live music is also on your summertime agenda, you can score a two-for-one win if you remember to schedule some of your beach trips around Bands on the Beach.

The annual series features regional artists performing Tuesday evenings through Oct 25. The lineup of performers covers all genres of music from rock to country and even Inweekly favorites Continuum.

Remaining 2016 Bands on the Beach Schedule
June 7 – Buck Nasty & The Cadillac
June 14 – Modern Eldorados
June 21 – The Astronauts
June 28 – The Reunion Band
July 5 – Johnny Earthquake and The Moondogs
July 12 – The Rowdies
July 19 – Swamp Dog Honey
July 26 – Kyle Parker Band
Aug. 2 – Hot Sauce Band
Aug.  9 – Chloe Channell
Aug.  16 – CrossTown
Aug. 23 – Deception
Aug. 30 – The Hushpuppies
Sept. 6 – The Blenders
Sept. 13 – Mass Kunfuzion
Sept. 20 – Category 4
Sept. 27 – Ben Loftin Band
Oct. 4 – Dr. Breeze
Oct. 11 – Continuum
Oct. 18 – Holly Shelton Band
Oct. 25 – The Groovinators

WHEN: 7 p.m. every Tuesday, through Oct. 25
WHERE: Gulfside Pavilion, Pensacola Beach
COST: Free


PMA Presents

If you’re looking for something fun, yet educational, to kick-off your summer plans, Pensacola Museum of Art has just the thing.

The museum is screening the documentary “The Story of Women and Art” in a three-part series. The screenings will be held the first Thursday of each month and are free and open to the public.

The series starts this Thursday, June 2, with Episode 1. Episode 2 will be shown July 7, and the final installment, Episode 3, on Aug. 4. Each episode is one hour long.

The film is presented by Professor Amanda Vickery and highlights her work uncovering the often overlooked world of female artistry. Artists featured include Sofonisba Anguissola, Anne Seymour Damer, Angelica Kauffman, Joanna Koerten and Georgia O’Keefe in Episode 3.

WHEN: 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2
WHAT: The first part in a three-part documentary series
WHERE: Pensacola Museum of Art, 407 S. Jefferson St.
COST: Free and open to the public