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Great Deals on Live Music With Your Woo Card

Thursday, July 05, 2012

 

The fun doesn't have to stop once the Fourth of July ends because there are so many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors this weekend in Worcester. If you have a WOO Card, be ready for great deals and more WOO points when you attend one of the city's many concerts over the weekend. No matter what it is you like to do, there are always great deals when you WOO.

Thursday, July 5th
Communal Reading of Frederick Douglass on Worcester Common
455 Main Street , Worcester
FREE and open to the public
Join the City of Worcester in commemorating the 160th anniversary of Frederick Douglass's reading of The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro, with a communal reading on historic Worcester Common.
Here's The Link 

Friday, July 6th
Out to Lunch Concert Series on Worcester Common
455 Main Street , Worcester
Swipe for Double WOO points with WOO Card
Don’t miss the American, Indie-Rock sounds of Dom at the Out to Lunch Concert Series & Farmers Market. Having won Song of theYear at the 2010 Boston Music awards, and since opened for acts like Jane’s Addiction and Ratatat, Dom brings a renowned, popular, and sunny rhythm to historic Worcester Common!
http://www.worcestermass.org/arts-culture-entertainment/arts-culture/cultural-calendar?id=143188 " target="_blank">Here's The Link

Saturday, July 7th
ARTS Rocks Summer Concert Series at Goodale Park
Crescent Street, West Boylston
4 for the price of 3 admission with WOO Card
West Boylston Arts Foundation hosts Hudlin opening for Worcester Music Award & Boston Blues Challenge winners, A Ton of Blues.
Here's The Link

Saturday, July 7th
Love & Opium headline at Lucky Dog Music Hall
89 Green Street, Worcester
No cover with WOO Card
Possessing a rare combination of heavy metal grooves, melodic choruses and powerful lyrics, Love & Opium captivates audiences with arena-ready stage presence and energy infused live performances.
Here's The Link

Ongoing throughout the summer
Grossology at the EcoTarium
222 Harrington Way, Worcester
$2 off adult admission, $1 off planetarium show with WOO Card
Explore why your body produces mushy, oozy, crusty, scaly and stinky gunk in Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body, the wildly popular exhibit based on the best-selling book. With sophisticated animatronics and imaginative exhibits, Grossology tells the good, the bad and the downright ugly about runny noses, body odor and much more.
Here's The Link

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