Third Friday is Music Friday in the heart of downtown Lancaster, and tonight’s schedule of performances on street corners and sidewalks to main stages at music clubs is full of exciting talent. While you should certainly check out the full lineup and locations, below is who we’ve got our eyes and ears on tonight, including a young six-piece that will be playing the FLY-sponsored stage (er, sidewalk).
Table For Six at Fly Stage (entrance to Steinman Park on W. King St.)
We’re excited to feature jazz/funk/fusion sextet Table for Six. We caught these young performers playing street-side last month in Lititz and were blown away. There’s no doubt they’ll be putting on a show as they make their way into downtown Lancaster. Catch them from 6-8 p.m. (Pro tip: get there early to snag a seat across the street at Taproom by Spring House Brewing Co., and then mosey back to the new Park Bar at The Pressroom.)
Little War Twins on Music Friday Stage (Binns Park on N. Queen St.)
The Music Friday main stage in Binns Park features Philly/Boston duo Little War Twins, along with opening act Hiding Scarlet from Lancaster. The band’s self-ascribed “mystic power rock” sound covers a whole lot of musical ground for just two members; singer/guitarist Gaetana Brown’s vocals are at times reminiscent of Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Karen O. This is definitely one worth catching. Music starts at 6 p.m.
Sabrina Duke Trio at the Ware Center (42 N. Prince St.)
The soulful singer comes to town with a small set-up to perform street-side out front of the Ware Center. Sabrina Duke’s vocals are best described as versatile – she can spans four octaves, after all – and her style can easily jump from old school Motown to contemporary rock and soul. Catch her in action starting at 6 p.m.
• Crobot, Wilson, Mothership, Anthrophobia, MINSHARA at Chameleon Club (223 N. Water St.). Doors at 7 p.m. | $15 at the door | all ages
• Salsa & Wine at Tellus360 (24 E. King St.). 7 p.m. | $5 | 21+
• Juan Catorce Band at Penn Square (corner of W. King and N. Queen streets). 6 p.m.
• Nick DiSanto at 200 Block of North Queen Street. 6 p.m.