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The Weekender, June 11: Marion by Moonlight, Jordan Sellergren Band, Caleb “The Negro Artist” Rainey and more this weekend

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The Weekender

Stay inside and explore the world this weekend with our arts editor’s selection of virtual events from local artists and venues.




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Marion By Moonlight Virtually Presents Boot Jack Band

Jun 11 – 6:00pm

Marion By Moonlight goes virtual with the help of KCRG.


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Trumpet Blossom Cafe

No Touching Sessions 04 // FOOCH(rescheduled) + Denny Richards

Jun 11 – 8:00pm

No Touching Sessions is a crowdless concert series recorded in an empty venue at Gabe’s Iowa City presented by Threshold Apprehension Sound.


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Virtual Live Concert: Jordan Sellergren Band

Jun 12 – 7:00pm

Summer of the Arts presents their virtual Friday Night Concert Series!


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Caleb “The Negro Artist” Rainey

Jun 12 – 8:00pm

Giving Tree Theater presents performance poet Caleb “The Negro Artist” Rainey for a one-night only special event.


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The Mystery of Chess Boxing with live commentary from RZA!

Jun 12 – 8:15pm

Late Shift at the Grindhouse presents 36 Chambers’ online screening of the 1979 Kung Fu classic.


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#StayHome Live Virtual Poetry Reading Series

Jun 13 – 7:00pm

Indigenous Peoples Art Gallery and Cafe dedicates the #StayHome series to frontline, essential and especially healthcare workers. By taking action such as staying home, we are flattening the curve.


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Crumbs

Jun 14 – 4:00pm

Crumbs is a live-streamed talk show ft. Ryan Joseph Anderson & Brian Johannesen, musicians & music industry professionals. They’ll discuss w/ guests the current and future state of the industry.


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Online Event: The Iowa Motion Picture Awards Showcase

Jun 14 – 6:00pm

The 29th Annual Iowa Motion Picture Awards Nominated films are screened every Sunday through 7/26. This week: Norskedalen Norwegian Nature and Heritage Center – Rocks in My Head – Swipe Right.


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Sweatpants and Slippers: Riverside Theatre’s Online Benefit Gala

Jun 14 – 7:00pm

In lieu of an in person gala (historically themed Diamonds and Denim), Riverside is going VIRTUAL.


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