"Emo music, in more ways than one, saved me," writes Chris Heady. And there's an Emo Nite in Omaha this weekend. And you need to go.
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Sep 19Rogers Center for Fine Arts, Elder Gallery
Sep 19Bayliss Park
Sep 19Growler USA
Sep 19Joslyn Castle
The "Ho Hey" folk duo will be back in town for the first time since 2017.
Havana Garage has a very woody, 1962 vibe. It's a cool place to hang out and detoxify from the modern world if you put your phone away and let the magic of the wood interior do its work.
Don’t say there’s nothing to do in Omaha. It’s simply not true. In this year’s Fall Arts Preview, we compiled it all: Country singers, Broadway plays, comedians, operas, artwork and lots, lots, lots more.
The last gasp is on the way, and so are those first few sweet days of fall. And the days will be jammed. Packed with scary movies and sci-fi epics. Spilling over with concerts from major country stars and indie rock favorites. Topped up with exciting action and killer sports games.