Sourdough Slim, aka the Last of the Vaudeville Cowboys, brings his Wild and Woolly Revue to the LCCC Stage as part of Lincoln City's Antique Week. "There's no one else out there like Sourdough Slim," wrote Darrell Arnold, editor of Cowboy Magazine. "An accordion playing, yodeling, tongue-in-cheek, cowboy-dressed entertainer deluxe. Catchy, uplifting, irresistible, jolly fun."
Elena Nikitin’s ink drawings and creations from cut paper recreate sights and sounds of trees, landscapes and moments in time. “Another Place, Another Time” is a show that gives people an opportunity to imagine their own place and their own time in the art work.
The Pops will be playing favorites from the era of Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Glenn Miller and the gang, and the dance floor will be open. You’re invited to just sit and listen, or really cut a rug, in the auditorium at the LCCC. Beer, wine and refreshments will be available for sale. The doors will open at 6:30 pm, with the concert scheduled to begin at 7 pm. Tickets include a flower for every lady, beautiful heart-shaped cookies, sweetheart décor and plenty of punch.
Flutist Tessa Brinckman and percussionist Terry Longshore perform intercultural work, in a fearless, ecstatic blend of modern and traditional aesthetics. Inspired by Federico García Lorca’s poem, “Canción de Jinete (1860)”, the duo collaborates with many prominent, innovative artists, creating contemporary music that pushes the flute and percussion repertoire to new heights, and always in the spirit of duende.