The forecast’s calling for the temperatures to rise this weekend, so take advantage of the lack of blustery, frigid winds and go out to catch some music at Gas Lamp, get your chakras in order or join community leader Jacquie Easley McGhee for a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the DSM Public Library!
Gas Lamp Des Moines
Wave Cage, Hot Kunch, Allegra Hernandez at Gas Lamp
Jan 13 – 9:00pm
Wave Cage combines jazz, electronic, and funk sensibilities into a live experience that defies and blends genres.
This 15-year-old songwriter from Des Moines is having fun writing sad music
by Courtney Guein, Jan 10
Addilyn Erica is only 15, but successfully balances being a teenager with growing as an artist. This was made clear with the release of her debut EP Some Days on Nov. 4, 2022, in which the Des Moines singer-songwriter spins stories of love, heartbreak and freedom.
Just announced: 2023 GDP fest to feature the Envy Corps, Annalibera, B. Well and more
Since 2006, the Des Moines Music Coalition (DMMC) has celebrated the best of what Iowa music has to offer with the Gross Domestic Product festival, an event comprised entirely of Iowa musicians. Last year, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, GDP returned, in partnership with Little Village. This year, the festival is scheduled for April 15, with $30 advance passes , available now. Passes at the door, if available, will be $35. There is also a $20 tier for students and musicians ($25 day of) and a $20 add-on available when purchasing tickets to this summer’s 80/35.