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Sip Summer Wine-Down

Sip Wine Bar brings together Scribbled Rhymes, Hobbs the Band, and MOsley WOtta for live music all night long to give summer the proper Bend farewell. Scribbled Rhymes is a rock/hip-hop duo that specializes in remixed cover tunes, Hobbs the Band plays bluesy rock, and everyone knows MOsley WOtta as Bend's resident hip-hop, art rock guru. The event also features specials on wine and beer all night. 4 pm. Thursday, Sept. 3. Sip Wine Bar, 1366 NW Galveston Ave. No cover.

Precious Byrd

Head down to Sunriver for the Summer Concert Series featuring Bend-based funky dance/rock band Precious Byrd. The Summer Concert Series takes place in the Beer Garden behind the lodge. Precious Byrd plays a variety of fun and danceable covers along with some high-energy originals. With beer and food available, grooving to energetic jams makes for the perfect end to Labor Day Weekend. 6:30 pm. Sunday, Sept. 6. Sunriver Resort, 17600 Center Dr, Sunriver. No cover.

Popcorn

Popcorn features members of Bend's favorite bluegrass band, Moon Mountain Ramblers, playing pop covers and originals in a string band format. Jenny and Joe of the Moon Mountain Ramblers and bluegrass buddy Nick Mirada join forces to get Bendites dancing on a Wednesday night at McMenamins. The perfect way to start the fall music season in Bend. 7 pm. Wednesday, Sept. 9. McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St. No cover.

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