213 Nightlife Events - Jun 2, 2012

  • Stanley Cup Playoffs: Kings vs. Devils
    Jun 2, 2012 5:00pm
    @ Casey's Irish Pub

    The Kings have made it!!! They are one game away from becoming champions. Show your support by coming down to Casey's for each and every final game against the Devils. The game will be showing on all of our giant flat screen TV's with sound. Go Kings!!! And buy a drink too!

  • Music Selector Jose Galvan
    Jun 2, 2012 10:00pm
    @ Caña Rum Bar

    It's time for you to stop living and start winning!  What better way to do that than to join us @ Caña Rum Bar for Jose Galvan.  Tonight and every Saturday night Jose joins us playing Latin Alternative, Funky Beats and Caribbean Rhythms.  We will also be serving some of the most delicious rum cocktails ever to have touched your tongue.  Get in here and get some!

  • Planets
    Jun 2, 2012 10:00pm
    @ Casey's Irish Pub

    In 2009, after writing together for 2+ years, filmmaker Adam Stilwell and guitarist Adam Cotton decided to turn their overflowing well of songs into a massive narrative, based on Stilwell's dark stories and Cotton's bottomless wealth of musical ambition. In a year’s time, the two-man show grew into a twenty-person production. Friends lent there talents and one by one joined the band, creating a one of a kind creative collective that performed rock operas such as "TheLandofTheNewGhosts" and "TheBigDrowningHeart" , and most recently, "TheDarkWoods" in the strange corners of Los Angeles.

    Planets pride themselves on being a band in which not all instruments are musical. Dancers, actors, puppeteers, zombies and robots come together with a do it yourself attitude and an eye on arts and crafts. Inspired by adventurous bands like The Who and Pink Floyd, Disney's early fairytales and televised narrative mysteries such as Lost, Twin Peaks and The Twilight Zone, a Planets show can be described as a big rock show in the form of a junior high stage play.

    Catch the wonders of Planets every Saturday in June. No Cover. And No telescopes.

    Dave Freeman, 213 Music Director