On this week’s episode of Star City Buzz, we check out the monthly European Motorcycle Night in Lincoln’s Haymarket. The celebration of scooters, vintage, European, and dual sport motorcycles happens the first Wednesday of each month through October. Watch the video to see what this festival of riders is all about.
Rock with the Crocs is coming to the Lincoln Children’s Zoo Sunday, June 30 from 4 to 7 PM. The event is for families to experience LIVE music and enjoy animal demonstrations at the zoo. Grammy-award winning band, The Okee Dokee Brothers, along with Lincoln favorite, the String Beans. will perform. Prices are $3 for members, $8 for non-members, and free for children under 2. Click the link in the sidebar to purchase tickets. Watch the video for a preview of this fun event.
The music festivals just don’t stop. The Meadowlark Music Festival is coming up fast. This year there are three separate performances including Trinkle Brass Works at the Uncle Sam Jam festival at Oak Lake Part at 8PM on July 3. That concert is free and open to the public. Other performances include Francois and Sylvain Rabbath July 5 at the St. Paul Methodist Church at 7:30PM and Anthony Molinaro July 6 at Kimball Recital Hall at 3PM. Click the link in the sidebar to purchase tickets. Watch the video to see a preview of the performers and learn more about the event.
It’s Awesome Asian Month on Star City Buzz. For our final stop, we visit Vung Tau Restaurant located at 2708 Y Street. Vung Tau features authentic Vietnamese food. Watch the video for a preview of their delicious cuisine.
This week, Schmoes Know reviews, World War Z. This zombie thriller is based off the Max Brooks novel by the same name. Brad Pitt stars in this summer flick. Click the link in the sidebar to watch more reviews. Watch the video to see how they rate this movie.
Jesters, Clowns & Fools is the latest exhibit at Lux Center for the Arts. The exhibit lasts from July 7 to July 26. Artist Bonnie O’Connell uses various collages and prints to take a look at prominent figures in our society with the theme of clowns, jesters and fools. See the exhibit at the Lux located at 2601 North 48th Street from 11AM to 5PM Tuesday through Friday and from 10AM to 5PM on Saturdays. Watch the video for a preview of the artist’s work.
The International Thespian Festival is June 24 through June 29 on the University of Nebraska Lincoln campus. The festival brings over 3 thousand high school students to Nebraska, along with teachers, members from the Educational Theatre Association, and professional actors. The festival exists to help high schools learn to excel in theatre, give teachers more resources, and teach life skills to students. Watch the video to learn more about this week long event.
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