I can honestly say the title to this post is one of the last things I ever expected to type on this blog. But, earlier this week, I found this show in my events feed, so here we are. Located at 205 Military Road, the Uki Club (Ukranian-American Civic Center) will be hosting an evening of traditional Ukranian dishes (including pierogies) and a pretty great bill of local acts. So while you dine on some holubtsi, enjoy the fine tunes of laid back troubadour Nick Gordon, or maybe you prefer to pair your borscht with the space traveling electronic duo of UVB-76 instead. And just in case the bar is not serving any Genny or PBR, make sure to grab a couple Obolon beers when alt MC Jack Topht takes the stage. The rest of tonight's bill is rounded by Malaria Control, Bear Flames, and Pang!.
Joking aside, this seems like a fun event in a different venue than you would normally think for a show. People tend to complain in this city that there is never anything different to do. Well, problem solved, as least for this evening. While admission for this all ages event is free, food and drinks are not, so make sure to bring some money for dinner and beverages as this is a cash only night. Food service begins at 6pm, while the Back Hall will begin the music sets at 9pm.
Вас там побачити (See you there)