Go ahead and admit it. The last time you were comfortably numb at the Planetariums Pink Floyd laser light show, you thought it would be sooo cooool if a live band were playing in that reverb-heavy dome where the stars twinkle in the daytime and weird images dance among them at night. Perhaps so cool didnt have as many os in it once you werent under the influence of, um, er, lets say Corporal Clegg, but its still a pretty neat idea. So the Roundhouse Festival was born. Tonights show features three diverse local acts and one visual artist. If it all goes well, you can expect a sequel, so wander on out to support King Bee, Humbert, and Johnny Roses (of Tereso collaboration fame) while Jonathan Riesco provides a little extra visual stimulation. Bacardi and Dos Equis are event sponsors. Their representatives will be hosting an open bar, so its 21 and older only. The music begins at 8:00 p.m. and lasts until 1:00 a.m. at the Museum of Science and Planetarium. Admission is $20, but a limited number of $15 presale tickets are available at www.kingbeehive.com/roundhouse. Call 305-546-2996.
Sat., Oct. 7