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Source Suggests 7/2-7/10


The Source Suggests

July 4 Independence Day Music

In between the Pet Parade, Freedom Ride and the evening fire works display, check out these bands playing all over town for your patriotic pleasure.

Sound Fourth, 3 pm. Bend High School, 230 NE 6th St.

Moon Mountain Ramblers, 5:30 pm. Deschutes Brewery, 1044 NW Bond St.

The Pitchfork Revolution, 6 pm. Crux Fermentation Project, 50 SW Division St.

Tumbleweed Peepshow, 8 pm. Angeline's Bakery, 121 W Main Ave. Sisters.

Redwood Son, 9:30 pm. Dojo, 852 NW Brooks St.

DJ Steele, Summit Saloon, 9 pm. DJ Enoch, Astro Lounge 9:30 pm. DJ Rocksrlava, Summit, 10 pm. All FREE! (BB)

Munch & Music: Fruition

There's no such thing as a free lunch, but during the summer months in Bend, free concerts are a nightly reality. A musical foodie's dream, Munch & Music returns to Drake Park for the 24th consecutive year. Armed with 24 or more strings at any given moment between two guitars, a bass and a mandolin, Portland quintet Fruition are toe-tapping goofballs sure to have the park alive with twangy hill music. Thurs., July 10 5:30 pm, Drake Park. Free. (BB)

Cerny Brothers

These Illinois siblings write sweet banjo picking ditties that build into chugging kick-heavy, harmonious bounders about the most relatable of topics; the Midwest, whiskey and women. We hate to make this comparison, but if you like Mumford and Sons, you'll probably enjoy the Cerny Brothers. Sun., July 6 2:30 pm. Les Schwab Amphitheater, 344 SW Shevlin Hixon Dr. Free. (BB)

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