Can Jam Drive
Rock out for a good cause at the Can Jam Drive on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at Music Farm Columbia. Can Jam is a daylong fundraiser to support Columbia’s Harvest Hope Food Bank and other local charities. People can drop off cans beginning at noon, when food trucks will be on site serving lunch and bands will play intermittently. Doors will open at 5 p.m. for an inside show.
The lineup, curated in part by the Freeway Music Group, features Villa*Nova, Danielle Howle and ColorBlind. Prettier Than Matt, the Reggie Sullivan Band, John Satterfield, the Dave Britt Band, The Capital City Playboys, The Restoration, Ben Walker and Dempsey also will perform.
All day Wednesday, Nov. 25 at Music Farm Columbia, 1022 Senate St. $15, or $10 plus five canned goods. www.musicfarm.com/event/990485
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OTHERS AROUND THE MIDLANDS
Collective Soul: is back Sunday, Nov. 29, after the band’s Oct. 6 show at the Music Farm was canceled because of Columbia flooding. If you need a refresher, the group broke into mainstream popularity in the early ’90s with the rock anthem “Shine” and just released its ninth album, “See What You Started by Continuing.” Lead vocalist Ed Roland has said the record is Collective Soul’s “most rocking album” yet. Atlanta trio Kick The Robot also performs.
8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29 at Music Farm Columbia, 1022 Senate St. $29-$31. www.musicfarm.com
Charlotte jam band Wavy Train joins Greensboro electro-funk outfit Electric Soul Pandemic. 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 27 at New Brookland Tavern, $10, 122 State St. West Columbia. www.newbrooklandtavern.com
Guitarists Brent McDonald and Charles Riley will play a free pre-Thanksgiving bash. 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25 at Tin Roof, 1022 Senate St. www.tinroofcolumbia.com
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