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Dreamland Theater

26 N. Washington, Ypsilanti [map]
657-2337
myspace.com/dreamlandtheater

This downtown Ypsilanti theater features occasional live music, 9- 11 p.m. or later. Cover (usually a donation), no dancing. Aug. schedule

 

November 10: "Flowvember Showcase"

Talent show with area rappers and singers. Winners get a cash prize and services to help them further their artistic careers. $10. 9 p.m.-1 a.m.

November 24: "Flowvember Showcase"

Talent show with area rappers and singers. Winners get a cash prize and services to help them further their artistic careers. $10. 9 p.m.-1 a.m.

December 1: Lame Duck Sessions

Lansing experimental electronica band. Opening acts are the local lo- fi electronica musician Dayygs, local hip-hip MC Jay Tubbs, the Detroit experimental rockband Cousin Mouth, and Ann Arbor-bred singer-songwriter (and Appleseed Collective founding member) Cy Tulip.

December 2: "Nightmare Before Christmas"

Costume party with performances by the Ypsilanti roots music garage duo Gruesome Twosome, the Ypsilanti jangly blues- rock quartet Cig Butts, the Detroit self-styled "dark bedroom pop" duo Dear Darkness, and the Detroit old-school punk band Sros Lords. $10 7 p.m.-midnight.

December 12: John Wiese

L.A. experimental ambient noise musician. Opening acts are Sky Thing, a Fort Wayne electro-acoustic minimalist rock ensemble, and the Ypsilanti art-rock garage sextet Electric Blanket.

December 15: Nathanael Paul Romero

Ypsilanti indie pop singer-songwriter. Opening acts are local pop- rock singer-songwriter Nadim Azzam, local pop-soul singer- songwriter Evan Haywood, EMU-student hip-hop MC Sonny Dulphi, and the local experimental hip-hop ensemble The Black Opera.




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