The Player's Pub
424 South Walnut Street
Bloomington, IN
(812) 334-2080

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love, joy, truth. We thank all the artists for their input. We are trying to offer a world class stage to the local community and expand our schedule to offer too many opportunities for people to present their art. We are open to suggestions, artistic endeavors and fun.

Upcoming Events

Blues music was made for dancing. Join us each week to find the rhythm in your body and learn how to express yourself within the living tradition of Blues dance. No partner or previous dance experience necessary. Class is just $5 this week.
6:30 PM  $5

Weekly Blues Jam, host band plays first set, then you are invited up to jam.
8:00 PM  $2 goes to host band

Music by Opal Fly & KAPOW with special guest Warren Byrom
5:00 PM  $5 for entry to all venues

Local Singer songwriter for your Happy Hour fun.
5:00 PM  Free

Sarah's Swingset performs first-class vocal jazz featuring vibes, guitar, bass, and more.
8:00 PM  $5

11:30 PM  Free

Friday happy Hour with free music
5:00 PM  Free

Known for its feel-good music, tastefully spiced with a little humor and a lot of fun, GOVERNOR DAVIS & THE BLUES AMBASSADORS is an audience-iinteractive show -- Gov often leaves the stage to dance with the audience, playing guitar with his teeth, and bringing audience-members up on stage to dance and sing back-up.
8:00 PM  $7

Americana/Blues/Country/Indie Folk Rock
5:00 PM  Free

Janiece & Curtis making us sweat
8:00 PM  $7

The description is all in the name. With feet steadied by punk rock, The Abbey-Normals are ready to take the social stigma of modern punk and take it to different places. Some familiar, some downright...abnormal...
11:59 PM  

Weekly Jazz Jam. Host band plays first set, then you are invited to join in.
5:00 PM  $2 goes to host band

C.J. Chenier, son of the 'King of Zydeco' Clifton Chenier, joined his father's Red-Hot Louisiana Band playing saxophone at the age of 21. After Clifton's death in 1987, C.J. picked up the accordion and took charge of his father's ministry - to spread the word of Zydeco music to the world. Since then, Chenier has pushed the genre to new heights with his virtuosity. The Boston Globe has called him "the crown prince of zydeco," and Living Blues magazine hails him as "the best living zydeco singer and accordionist."
8:30 PM  $10 advance/$15 door

Weekly Open Mic. Come claim your 10 minutes of fame.
5:00 PM  Free

 

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