Hear it Here! The Roundup of Live Music in The Market Common

by Ashley Daniels

The Market Common is a feast for all the senses – and that includes the dining venues that make beautiful live music nearly every night of the week. If you have the itch to move your feet to the beat from these live sounds, we’ve gathered where and when to go. 

Crepe Creations, 4012 Deville St.

Visit this quaint corner café for live music daily from 6-9 pm. They’re known to host jazz musicians and acoustic guitarists who create pleasant musical backdrops to dinner and drinks.

Travinia Italian Kitchen, 4011 Deville St.

Just across the street from Crepe Creations, Travinia hosts the six-piece U-N-I Jazz Band, which adds to the cool surrounds of the bar and lounge at this Italian restaurant. They play every Friday from 7-10 pm with sets of live jazz and blues.

King Street Grille, 3040 Howard Ave.

Keep the party hopping at this sports bar, where they kick it up a notch with a variety of live music bands every Friday and Saturday from 8-11 pm.

The Brass Tap, 3090 Deville St.

What could be better than access to more than 200 craft beers at The Brass Tap? Tap into their eclectic live music lineup every Friday starting at 8 pm.

810 Market Common, 1220 Moser Drive

This entertainment hub of bowling, billiards and more has plenty to do in-house, plus it also features live music onstage Fridays and Saturdays at 8:10 pm, when they’re known to pack the house with their exciting schedule of country music and dance bands. Don’t worry, 810 has the space to dance, because you won’t be able to stay in your seat!

There’s also live music at the year-round festivals hosted here at the Market Common’s Valor and Grand Parks. 

For a schedule of upcoming live music events, visit www.marketcommonmb.com.

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