5 cool things to do in Huntsville this weekend (November 26-28)-al.com

2021-11-26 01:54:42 By : Ms. Shirly Xu

Miracle, a Christmas-themed pop-up bar founded in New York, will return to The Camp in MidCity during the holiday season. (Provide photos/documents)

Welcome to Christmas kitsch overload. Excluding the wazoo, the name of the cocktail is similar to "Yippie Ki Yay Mother F****r!" It is placed in a cup that looks like Santa’s head, Santa’s pants, or even a Tyrannosaurus rex wearing a Santa hat. Yes, Miracle, a Christmas-themed pop-up bar founded in New York, has returned to The Camp for another holiday. Business hours are from Tuesday to Thursday from 4pm to 9pm, Friday from 11pm, Saturday from 11am to 11pm, and Sunday from 11am to 8pm. If you are curious, the Yippie Ki Yay Mother F****r that Bruce Willis is worth! It is a mixture of three kinds of rum, ube, coconut allgate, sour pineapple juice and bitter.

Miracle at MidCity, running from November 26 to December 26, The Camp, MidCity, 5909 University Drive NW, free entry/drink prices vary, exploreethecamp.com

Want to hear a great lead guitarist? Chad Reeves' dexterous lead singer is a highlight of 5ive O'Clock Charlie, a local classic rock band composed of singer/guitarist Mike Roberts, bassist Michael Cline and drummer Billy Teichmiller. The name of the band is "M*A*S*H" reference. 5ive O'Clock Charlie has been a Huntsville music fixture for decades and has released a series of singles in recent years, including "Kick It In The Teeth" and the mandolin spotted gem "Shake It".

5ive O'Clock Charlie, November 27 at 10 pm, The Bar at 805, Campus No. 805, 2500 Clinton Ave. Ste. D., no cover, facebook.com/thebarat805

After the Thanksgiving service with family character conflicts, you can laugh a little or two. Epic comedy time, Huntsville's large independent laughter show, is here to help you. Touring stand-up comedian (and a large number of sneaker fans) Scott Easton hosts Epic’s November show, performed by June Dempsey (Louisville), Zach Headrick (Tampa), Keith Marcell (Nashville), Mandee McKelvey (Louisville), "Ogre" (Hartselle) and Carl Paul (Huntsville). If you are saving money for holiday gifts, this may be a good time to mention Epic as BYOB jam.

Epic Comedy Time, November 26, 8-10pm, Studio Theater, Lowe Mill, 2nd Floor, 2211 Seminole Drive, $8, facebook.com/EpicComedyHour

The modern rock song "Anarchy" by singer Lilith Czar, originally called Juliet Simms, has been played more than 2,000,000 times on Spotify. Another truncated her 2021 album "Created from Movies and Dust", the electronic raver "King" has cracked millions of streams. The album started with an environmental colloquial work, and the 12 tracks later ended with the folk song "Diamonds to Dust" in the style of the Stones in the 1960s. So the Czar’s live performance will do anything.

Lilith Czar, November 26 at 8 pm, Sidetracks Concert Hall, 415 Church St. NW Ste. $12, $12-$15, eventbrite.com

When DJ Miss K plays songs like New Order, Depeche Mode, The Cure, Love & Rockets, Bauhaus and Billy Idol, you can move or pretend to be bored and indifferent.

New Wave and Industrial Ball in the 1980s, November 27, 8-11pm, Lowe Mill, first floor connector, 2211 Seminole Drive, $10, lowemill.art/event-directory

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