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The week ahead: Lemurpalooza, Weezer

Posted June 2, 2014

The Coquerel's Sifaka lemurs hang around at the Duke Lemur Center.

— This week is full of exciting concerts, like Weezer at the DPAC, and the Duke Lemur Center hosts an "adoption" event.

For even more music going on this week, check out our free concert series listings.

Monday

Head to the DBAP and watch the Bulls take on the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs.

Tuesday

Il Divo, a group of four internationally acclaimed vocal artists, comes to Red Hat Amphitheater. They apply opera technique to various popular songs along with a full orchestra accompaniment. Tickets start at $30.

Wednesday

A new and exciting show for lovers of video games and music – the NC Symphony presents Video Games Live: Bonus Round at Meymandi Concert Hall. The symphony will play music from popular video games, including MegaMan, Silent Hill 2 and Metroid, along with synchronized video footage, lighting and other effects. Tickets start at $40.

Thursday

The band behind hits 'Pork and Beans,' 'Beverly Hills,' and 'Perfect Situation' come to the Triangle. Weezer performs at the DPAC this evening, and tickets start at $59.50. Also, Widespread Panic starts its two-night stand at Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh. 

Friday

One of our favorite area attractions, the Duke Lemur Center, hosts Lemurpalooza today. Reservations are $50, and you can "adopt" a lemur at the center, as well as meet staff and ask questions. Feel free to bring a picnic or grab something from Foster's on the Fly.

For more fun events every day this week, take a look at our Best Bets calendar. Check back on Thursday for our weekend Best Bets!



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  • UpChuck Jun 2, 2014

    I saw Steve Miller the other night. Weezer is, to coin a song by Steve, taking the money and running.....and DPAC is outrageously expensive, too.

  • hitem Jun 2, 2014

    $60 to see Weezer? I like Weezer but $60. Between DPAC and tour/band management, I don't know who to be more frustrated with.