Friday, May 10, 2013

Saturday: Osyrus Bolly Birthday Bash, River City Comic Expo and more

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Arkansas Bo performs at Utopia Restaurant and Lounge Saturday night pic
  • Arkansas Bo performs at Utopia Restaurant and Lounge Saturday night.

It's an Osyrus Bolly Birthday Bash at Utopia Restaurant and Lounge, with Osyrus Bolly, Rhetoric Jones, SeanFresh, Big Drew of TGE, Jay Bundy, Zo Carver, Arkansas Bo, Southwest Boaz & Ill Bill, Rod-D, Konyak, Duke Stigall and more, 9 p.m., $5.

The River City Comic Expo features guest James O'Barr, Hot Dog Mike, cosplay, gaming, comics, toys and more, Sherwood Forest, $3.

The Conway Crawfish Crawl includes, naturally, hundreds of pounds of delicious crawfish. But there will also be music from Riverbilly, The Trey Hawkins Band, Jocko Deal, Luscious Spiller and more. Mudbugs are $12 for a plate with two pounds, corn and two potatoes. It starts at 4 p.m. at 1020 Front St. Call 501-932-3054 for more info.

"Wild Wines Of The World" boasts wines from around the world, paired with food from Arkansas restaurants, Little Rock Zoo, 7-10 p.m., $45 members, $50 non-members.

Attention, punkers: The STDs, Jethro Skull, The Muddlestuds and Sin City Scoundrels are playing at Downtown Music Hall, 8 p.m., $5.

Hey you Phanatics, need a Phix? Don't miss this Phish Phacsimile, billed as A Live One: Celebrating the Music of Phish, 18-and-older, Revolution, 9:30 p.m., $5.

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