Hot Tickets and Cool Events in Omaha This Week
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Hot Tickets and Cool Events in Omaha This Week

From big-name music acts to pro volleyball and an epic free blues festival, there’s something for everyone in Omaha over the next few days. Check out some of the hottest tickets and coolest events happening around town.

Music for Every Taste
Music fans have plenty of great options to choose from this week, no matter what genre you’re into. Rockabilly legend Brian Setzer brings his “Rockabilly Riot” tour to The Astro on Sunday, dazzling crowds with his guitar prowess and pompadour hairstyle. Texas blues-rocker Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears roll into The Slowdown on Tuesday with their soulful grooves and fun, high-energy show.

Celtic punk heroes Flogging Molly celebrate St. Patrick’s Day a little early when they take the stage at Lincoln’s Bourbon Theatre on Sunday night. If surf rock is more your vibe, don’t miss Canadian band The Surfrajettes when they play the Reverb Lounge in Benson on Saturday.

Sports, Theater & Family Fun
Sports fans should grab tickets to see the Omaha Supernovas pro volleyball team in action at the CHI Health Center, with home games against Atlanta on Thursday and Orlando on Saturday. After selling out arenas across the country, pop superstar Olivia Rodrigo brings her “SOUR” tour to the CHI on Wednesday for one of the hottest shows of the week.

The family fun never stops with Disney on Ice’s “Frozen & Encanto” taking over the CHI Health Center all weekend long. Get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit a little early by attending Omaha’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the Old Market area on Saturday morning.

An Omaha Musical Tradition Turns 20
In a huge milestone for the local music scene, Playing With Fire – Omaha’s annual free blues festival – celebrates its 20th anniversary this July with perhaps its most stacked lineup ever. The event moves to a new location at Gene Leahy Mall downtown for three big days of music on July 11-13.

Headliners include British blues-rockers King King, iconic American bluesman Walter Trout, powerhouse Canadian band Bywater Call and more. After two decades of bringing the blues to Omaha for free, Playing With Fire’s 20th year promises to be a can’t-miss event.

With so much happening around the metro area this week, there’s truly something for everyone to enjoy. Get out and experience the best in local and touring entertainment!

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