It’s hard to enjoy live music right now, with many concerts being canceled or postponed until next year. Right now, it the perfect opportunity…
The event will feature three dozen murals, Brent Stockton of Vangarde Arts told the Weekender.
Kane Brown, who took to the Tyson Events Center stage last year, will appear virtually on Saturday night.
Gary and Dani got their start by practicing at a Labor Day party at a friend’s house nearly a decade ago. Their first gig happened not long af…
The indie rock band released its third album in April, but the festivities had to wait.
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The dance floor may be empty, but the party is still around.
Live musical performances return this weekend with the "Songs of Inspiration" program.
The Sioux City Conservatory of Music will reopen its doors because it's back to school time, according to Gia Emory, its founder and president.
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Five weeks of outdoor music, food trucks and drinks will be offered outside the Tyson Events Center on Wednesdays.
A regular on the Siouxland music scene has just signed a recording contract.
Johnny Vee and Heath Davis will perform July 17; guitarist Eli Dykstra will follow July 24. Lil Red & The Medicated Moose will play July 31.
Here's what's on tap for the holiday weekend.
Manager Brent Stockton said officials are taking steps to make sure that patrons are safe and comfortable. It offers everything from social di…
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Conductor Michael Prichard said he's not sure what to expect for attendance this year. But he knows that people are getting antsy and want to get out.
To complete the evolution from country artist to pop singer and formal name to stage name, Moville's Kelsey Klingensmith moved to Los Angeles.
Since the closure of bars and venues due to COVID-19, many Siouxland artists, photographers and musicians have had to adapt to being on hiatus…
Owners Mitch Martin and Kelly Quinn said they felt the need to support local musicians.
When folks can't come to the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center for programs and activities, the staff decided to bring it to them.
Doses of hilarity and heart