Just like that, spring semester is coming to an end and finals are quickly approaching, so don’t forget to take a break from all the stress and get your mind off of things.

Here are a handful of local music shows that you and some friends can go out and enjoy that will help with de-stressing.

Happening this month and next at DBA 256 Bar & Gallery will be the Pursuing Our Dreams (POD) event presented by Bricktoyface and Productive Culture.

This event will be taking place on three different dates: Saturday, April 27, Thursday, May 2 and Friday, May 10.

The event will run from 8 p.m. till close and it will be a 21 and over event.

There is no cover fee; however, they will be collecting donations for Project: It’s in the Bag. 

This will consist of personal hygiene products, toiletries and feminine products given to those who need them.

DBA will be presenting the Pursuing Our Dreams event presented by Bricktoyface and Productive Culture. (Sarah Madrigal / The Poly Post)

You can expect to enjoy live art, open mic, performances, beat sets and special guests.

If you want to mosh out to goth/darkwave music then on Thursday, April 25 at Aurea Vista, bands Purple Dynamine and Luna XII will be performing for Cemetery Gates in Riverside.

They will also be accompanied by two DJ sets from DJ Pirouette and DJ Necromance.

The show will begin at 9 p.m. and there will be no cover charge, but it is also a 21-plus event.

Coming up on Friday, April 26, O’Donovan’s Pub & Cocktail Bar in downtown Pomona will be jamming out with live music for all to enjoy.

The Violet Mindfield has its residency every Friday this month at O’Donovans to promote its new album “Hello Darling,” which is the band’s first vinyl set to be released in July.

The Mindfield will be performing that night alongside Moon Ensemble and Humble Bones with PKD opening up with an acoustic set.

Stranger Liquids will be doing the visuals to accompany the show that begins at 9 p.m.

There is no cover fee for this event but it will be a 21 and over event.

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