There's a new cocktail lounge in downtown Des Moines ... and it wants to say "hello" to all of us. Get all of the need-to-know information on Hello, Marjorie, the newest go-to spot in downtown Des Moines. Now, more entertainment news to sip on...
The Metallica fever is real.
So real that Lazer 103.3 is changing names to "Metallica 103.3" in celebration of the band announcing its first Iowa show since 2008. Metallica returns to the Hawkeye state June 9 at the Iowa Speedway in Newton. Mark your calendar now: Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. via ticketmaster.com.
We're ready for you, Hinterland.
The annual indie rock festival revealed set times and single-day ticket options Wednesday. American songwriter Ryan Adams headlines Aug. 5 and alt-J closes down the main stage Aug. 4. Get the full details on the St. Charles-based music festival here.
- From op-eds to lobbying, Juice and The Register's "NEXT: Your Voice" event on May 2 is designed to help young professionals learn how to get their voices heard by their community and elected officials. Learn more now.
Happy hour highlight:
See inside Harbinger, Ingersoll Avenue's soothing new restaurant.
How you could spend your weekend ...
- Saturday: Oklahoma's acclaimed experimental rock group Flaming Lips returns to Des Moines for a show at Hoyt Sherman Place. More information at hoytsherman.org.
- Saturday: The free, day-long book festival returns to downtown Des Moines. More information at dmpl.org.
- Sunday: Head to Wooly's for a memorial show for Des Moines musician Jeff Blanchard, who died earlier this month. More information at woolysdm.com.