Capital City Playboys/Reid Stevens
Saturday August 6
9 PM $3 Over $5 Under
The Tapp’s Arts Center continues it’s heavy downtown presence in the arts community by hosting Say Brother, Capital City Playboy’s and Reid Stevens this Saturday night.
This event is in addition to the first Thursday at Tapp’s that they host where they invite the public to mingle with the artists and to see their work.
Brenda Schwarz Miller, Executive Director of Tapp’s Arts Center said that “This show at Tapp’s Arts Center is a great example of what our goals for events at Tapp’s are,” “We want Tapp’s to be a center for a variety of art forms and a gathering place for everyone in the heart of the city.”
It’s really great to see an art space like Tapp’s not only hosting these types of events, but also that it is one of their goals to host a variety of events in downtown Columbia.
Say Brother will be headlining the event and is coming off their CD release last week, that not only sold out New Brookland Tavern, but was probably one of their best alcohol selling nights ever. The word on the street is that people are still recovering.
The concert is open to the public, and tickets are available at the door ($5, under 21 and $3 over 21). There will be a cash bar.