Rock, hip-hop and the Blues, trivia and artistic community events: #JXNMS, we’ve got you covered in this look ahead.
District Thursdays – Live Music – The District at Eastover – Thursday 6 pm
Hear the Travelin’ Jane Duo in this weekly outdoors event at The District. There’s also food and drink from Fine & Dandy, Sal & Mookie’s and Cultivation Food Hall, plus crawfish sold outside. Family-friendly and free.
Trivia Night – Highland Village – Friday 7 pm
Themes (like this week’s 90s style), prizes, snacks & libations are highlights of this monthly trivia event in The Plaza next to Beagle Bagel. Your first craft beer is on Highland Village. This is a 21+ event and free.
Spring Fling Vintage Prom Night – Fine & Dandy – Friday 7 pm Postponed
Billed “a night swingin’, eatin’, and partyin’ with your dapper date or your cool cats,” this 50s inspired prom features
live music from The Patrick Harkins Band, a classic TV dinner-style buffet, fine dining Americana buffet, and a fondue table, complimentary spiked prom punch cocktail and a “tastefully tacky photo-booth.” Tickets are $50 for a single, $90 double. 21+ event.
Magnolia Sunset Markets – Foot Print Farms– Saturday – 4 pm
The Magnolia Sunset Markets, a curated urban marketplace mixed with artisans, local produce, food, and music is set outdoors at Foot Print Farms. The market will take place every third Saturday through the end of the year, weather permitting. Entry is $5 (per vehicle – advance pay here); receive a $5 food voucher to spend with a $10 purchase of fresh produce with Foot Print Farms. Family-friendly. Learn more about the Market here.
Jax-Zen Alley Jam – Jax-Zen Healing Arts Center – Sunday – Noon
Grab your camp chairs or beach blankets for a laid-back, outdoor gathering to kick off the summer season with music, beer for purchase and a CommUNITY Canvas collaborative art project. Scheduled to perform: Dad & Co., Jason Daniels Band, Mr. Fluid and Phantom Mile. Family-friendly and free.
Summer Music Series: “Bluesman” McKinney Williams – Two MS Museums – Sunday 1 pm
A new music series, this month with live music performed by “Bluesman” McKinney Williams featuring the original songs of juke joints and other illicit drinking establishments of the Prohibition-era highlighted in the Mississippi Distilled: Prohibition, Piety, and Politics special exhibit. Admission to the Museum of Mississippi History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum is free every Sunday. Face masks and social distancing guidelines are required. Family-friendly and free.
We strongly encourage you to follow COVID-19 guidelines set forth by the CDC and City of Jackson (facial coverings ARE still required in the city of Jackson, along with social distancing). See City guidelines here. Stay informed of additional public health guidance on the state level, too.
All events listed are subject to change and are not sponsored or hosted by My City or our parent company, Visit Jackson.