saturday, 15 

saturday, 15

If the Gibson Guitar 5K last night didn't wear you out, you might want to get out the wheels and take part in tonight's Mountain Dew Midnight Classic Bike Tour and Lunar Festival, a 17-mile bike ride through Midtown and downtown that also features live music, bike-related displays, and various vendors along Madison Avenue. Piston Honda, Haste, and Diagnosis are at the New Daisy tonight; Eighty Katie and Crash Into June are at the Hi-Tone; The Internationals are at the P&H; and David Sanborn is in Tunica at the Gold Strike Casino.

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