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Bourgeois Pig kicking off autumn with concerts Friday, Saturday, Sunday in Casper

The Bourgeois Pig will be hosting concerts Friday, Saturday and Sunday in downtown Casper. (Brendan LaChance, Oil City)

CASPER, Wyo. — The Bourgeois Pig, 114 W. 2nd St., will be hosting concerts each night from Friday through Sunday in downtown Casper.

The Friday, Sept. 23 show is slated to begin at 8 p.m. with performances from three bands. The lineup includes Conan Neutron & The Secret Friends visiting from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

“Spangle, and sass, small-scale arena rock for smart alecks and malcontents. Big riffs, critical thinking, and big smart rock for freaks, nerds and weirdos,” a description of Conan Neutron & The Secret Friends provided in the announcement for Friday’s show states. “Melvins adjacent, mostly Milwaukee, former Oakland. Somewhat current Louisville.”

Casper band Animal Bite, described as “dense, heavy ferocious and smart Wyoming rockers,” will also play on Friday night.

Plague Pitted Moon from Rapid City will round out the Friday night lineup. The alternative drone rock, post-punk, shoegaze band features NaTasha Edelweiss on vocals and synth and Tom SwiftBird on guitar.

On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Bourgeois Pig will host performances by Angelas Errare and Fancy Mark, with the show scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.

The weekend will continue with a 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25 performance by singer-songwriter Eli Lev.

“Eli pens lyrics and melodies for everyday enlightenment — songs that resonate because they’re heartfelt, earthy, and offer the wisdom he’s gained through lifelong travel and self-discovery,” the event announcement for Sunday’s show states. “Prior to becoming a full-time musician, the Silver Spring, MD native spent three years as an 8th-grade English teacher on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona.

“The indigenous traditions he learned during this time are the inspiration for his Four Directions project. Just as each cardinal direction holds unique characteristics in the Navajo tradition, so do each of the albums in Eli’s ‘Four Directions Project.’ Together, the series imaginatively and intrepidly connects spheres and generations within a body of work that is irresistibly uplifting, emotionally resonant, and down-to-earth authentic.”


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