Just like that, there is only one week left in the month of March.
Many of you may need a break from the studies and may need to take some time to destress.
Here are four local music shows going on in surrounding cities with multiple bands ready to help you destress and rock out.
Fox Theater Pomona
On Friday, March 29, Sunset Palm Productions will be back at the Fox Theater Pomona in downtown throwing an all-ages event with a cover charge of $15.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and attendees will be able to rock out to The National Parks, Wild and Cheridomingo.
The National Parks is an indie/folk band from Provo, Utah. Wild is also an indie/folk band and the members are from Los Angeles. And based out of the Inland Empire is Cheridomingo, which is an indie-rock band.
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Some bands to expect at the show are Hidkero, Birote The Musical, Slave, Come Culo and Kyori.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and there will be a cover charge of $3 before 6:45 p.m., and then it will be $5 after that.
There will also be an open mic opportunity from 6 p.m. till 6:40 for individuals interested in sharing their talents.
This is an all-ages event but there will be alcoholic beverages for sale for those who are 21 years and older.
Adding to the musical festivities, from 3 p.m. till 11:30 p.m. there will be flash sheet tattoos for $60-$100 and $20 single piercings.
On Saturday, March 30 there will be a benefit show going on at Bridgetown DIY in La Puente.
Bridgetown DIY is one of the foundations for the local music scene from Los Angeles to the Inland Empire and more.
Bridgetown DIY prides itself on providing a safe space for music-goers of all ages for years now.
The show will start at 7 p.m. and there will be a $5 cover fee, but organizers emphasize “No one turned away for lack of funds.”
Bands to expect are Tables Turned, The Moonlights, Foolish Johns, The Extrangers and a band with one of your own Broncos, Sweet Pill.
The dA Center for The Arts
To finish off the month, on Sunday, March 31, there will be a release show at the dA Center for the Arts in downtown Pomona.
This will be an all-ages event that begins at 7 p.m. and they ask for a $5 donation.
Both Amber Smoke and Purple Dynamine will be celebrating their 12-inch split track “Etheric Fauna & Pristine Antiquity” that comes out on March 29.
Other bands to expect are The Vicious Library, Ritual Chair and The Lice.
For further details and addresses, check out social media accounts of the bands at www.facebook.com/ambersmokegloom, www.facebook.com/TablesTurnedCA, or www.wildtheband.com, for information about some of the mentioned artists.
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