The alt. rock quintet from Gainesville, Florida, has been making music since its 1994 debut. The band’s upbeat hits include “All For You,” “Change Your Mind” and “Your Winter.”
Sister Hazel recently released its first country-influenced album, “Lighter in the Dark,” which includes a notable track collaboration with Darius Rucker.
Brad Ray and JD Eicher will open the show.
8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 24 at Music Farm, 1022 Senate St. $17-$20. www.musicfarm.com
OTHERS AROUND THE MIDLANDS
Ritual Abjects: This band is a self-described “witchcraft collective” that uses noise music in performance art. The show is part of a “A Bewitchingly Glamorous Evening,” put on by Infinite Room, a venture dedicated to continuing off-the-wall music bookings in Columbia since Conundrum’s closing. Joining Ritual Abjects is Columbia indie artist Ahomari and experimental music project Infinitkiss. Attendees are encouraged to bring a mirror (and maybe a wand?) for a “Glamour Spell” at the end of the show.
7:30-11 p.m. Saturday, March 26 at Tapp’s Arts Center, 1644 Main St. $6. www.tappsartscenter.com
Dirty Dishes: Los Angeles-based duo Dirty Dishes’ sound is loud and full of dreamy reverb. Joined by spacey indie rock group What Moon Things and Charleston indie pop band Tape Waves.
8 p.m. Tuesday, March 29 at New Brookland Tavern, 122 State St., West Columbia. $10. www.newbrooklandtavern.com
Scarface: Aka Brad Jordan, is a pioneering rapper and former member of the Geto Boys.
9 p.m. Saturday, March 26 at Music Farm Columbia, 1022 Senate St. $22 in advance, $28 day of show, $80 VIP. www.musicfarm.com