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Weekend Planner: August 21 - 24

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PORTLAND (WPFO) -- It's the last weekend of summer vacation for a lot of Maine students.  So make sure you get out and enjoy it!  Trevor Geiger from Dispatch Magazine tells us about some of the events this weekend.

The Mallett Bros w/ Waylon Speed & O’Chang Comics
Thursday, August 21 (8 p.m.)

Looking for a summer concert? Come see The Mallett Brothers, whose melting pot of musical influences includes folk, rock, punk, and even psychedelic. The concert opens with Waylon Speed, described by The Washington Post as “a cross between Metallica and the Lumineers, with an unnecessary dash of Prince showmanship.”

Camden Opera House
29 Elm St., Camden
Tickets:  $25

Biddeford Ball Fashion Show
Saturday, August 23 (7 p.m. – 12 a.m.)

The inaugural Biddeford Ball Fashion Show benefit fundraiser welcomes everyone to dance well into the late hours of Saturday night. The event opens with a makers market and silent auction from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., followed immediately by a fashion show featuring the local fashion line Angelrox. Then, the ball kicks off with live music by Old Soul and DJ Mike Rovin.

Building 13 of the Pepperell Mill Campus
Alfred and Main Streets, Biddeford
Tickets:  $25 general, $100 VIP

7th Annual Picnic Music Arts Festival
Saturday, August 23 (11 a.m. – 6 p.m.)

This indie craft fair and outdoor music festival features over 100 vendors selling clothing, jewelry, prints, accessories, bags, plush, stationery, photography, housewares, fine art, vintage goods, and more. Live music performed by such bands as The English Muffins, Service, and Tall Horse, to name a few.

Lincoln Park
Congress and Franklin Streets, Portland
Free admission

Taj Mahal
Saturday, August 23 (9 p.m.)

Composer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist Taj Mahal is one of the most prominent and influential figures in late 20th century blues and roots music. Even after four decades in the music industry, he still tears up the stage and knows how to get the audience into the groove. Catch him live to experience it for yourself.

The Asylum
121 Center St., Portland
Tickets:  $39

Enchanted Forests & Fairy Houses
Saturday, August 23 to Sunday, August 24 (11 a.m. – 2 p.m.)

In response to the success of last year’s make-and-take fairy house event, this year’s event has been extended over the entire weekend. Bring the kids to visit in and around human-sized fairy houses, or have your photo taken with ‘real’ fairies. Afterward, use natural materials to create your own miniature fairy habitats to take home.

Maine Wildlife Park, Gray
(207)657-4977 ext. 0
Free with park admission

DaPonte String Quartet w/ Pianist George Lopez
Monday, August 25 (7:30 p.m.)

In the second of two programs titled Culture and Catastrophe, the Maine string ensemble and guest pianist George Lopez mark the centennial of World War I with music by Debussy, Bridge, Kodaly, and Elgar. The DaPonte String Quartet performs throughout Maine and the United States.

Bates College (Olin Concert Hall), Lewiston
Tickets:  $25Weekend Planner: August 21 - 24
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