The Love Language, Bombadil, 6 String Drag, Laura Reed, Laura Reed, Jack The Radio, Nuclear Honey, The Midatlantic, First Person Plural | Raleigh Little Theatre | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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The Love Language, Bombadil, 6 String Drag, Laura Reed, Laura Reed, Jack The Radio, Nuclear Honey, The Midatlantic, First Person Plural 

When: Sat., Aug. 22, 1 p.m. 2015
Price: $10
GROOVE IN THE GARDEN

STEPHENSON AMPHITHEATRE, RALEIGH

SATURDAY, AUG. 22

Don't you sometimes tire of trekking to the same rock clubs, dim and cramped places with strange smells that seem endemic to their very foundations? Wouldn't it be nice to, every now and again, see a solid roster outdoors without committing to the all-out bedlam of a major music festival? That's the aim of Groove in the Garden, a joint production of The Pour House and area impresario Craig Reed. They'll take eight bands into the Stephenson Amphitheatre, a beautiful WPA-era space bordered by a rose garden and most frequently used for weddings and by Raleigh Little Theatre. The fine bill stretches from the coruscant pop of The Love Language to the classicist pop-rock of 6 String Drag, from the genteel bluegrass of The Midatlantic to the soul gleam of Laura Reed. There will be food trucks and vendors and, of course, perfect weather, right? And for $10, you can come and go throughout the eight-hour show without being beholden to how much money you've spent. With Bombadil, Jack the Radio, Nuclear Honey and First Person Plural. 1 p.m., $10, 301 Pogue St., Raleigh, 919-821-1120, www.the-pour-house.com. —Grayson Haver Currinn

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