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By Max Porter, Contributing News Editor • February 26, 2024

Weekend Outlook: Concerts and the World Cup Final

Fourth of July celebrations dominated last week, but the red, white and blue won’t be here to yank you out of bed and pry you away from Netflix this weekend.

Made it through another week of your internship and looking for something to do? Here are a few options to make your mid-July weekend more than just some R&R.

Photo courtesy of the official Morrison Brothers Band Facebook page.
Photo courtesy of the official Morrison Brothers Band Facebook page.

Friday

The Morrison Brothers Band at 9:30 Club: The L.A.-based country band, known for touring with Keith Urban, Alison Krauss and Tim McGraw, will perform at the 9:30 Club with Amy Wilcox. Tickets are $20.

Saturday

Once you’ve watched the Netherlands and Brazil fight for a third-place finish in the World Cup, the 9:30 Club has the grooves to celebrate a win or forget defeat.

Wild Beasts at 9:30 Club: Wild Beasts are bringing their 80s-inspired sound on Saturday night. One-man band Mutual Benefit will open for the group. Tickets are $20.

Sunday

World Cup watch parties: The World Cup has captivated the nation, even a town that is hyper-focused on politics. And now the final match is here: Germany vs. Argentina. It’s going to be intense, so pick a side and grab some friends (and a beer).

Cheering on Lionel Messi and Argentina? Head out to Del Campo.

Have a preference for the well-organized team play of Germany? Then Biergarten Haus is the place for you.

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