UNL's Lincoln Calling concerts move indoors

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UNL’s Lincoln Calling concerts move indoors

The band DFunk plays on the Nebraska Union Plaza as part of Big Red Welcome on Aug. 23. The space north of the Nebraska Union will be used for Lincoln Calling concerts on Oct. 17-18.
Morgan Spiehs | University Communications
The band DFunk plays on the Nebraska Union Plaza as part of Big Red Welcome on Aug. 23. The space north of the Nebraska Union will be used for Lincoln Calling concerts on Oct. 17-18.

Editor’s Note — The Lincoln Calling concerts at UNL have been moved to Duffy’s Tavern, 1412 O St. The concerts are 4 to 8 p.m. each day. Admission is free to individuals ages 18 and older. The bands performing remain the same as previously published below.


The Lincoln Calling Music Festival is coming to UNL.

The University Program Council is hosting two shows during the five-day music festival. This is the first time UNL has hosted a concert in the 10-year history of Lincoln Calling.

The UNL concerts are 4 to 8 p.m. Oct. 17 and 18 on the greenspace north of the Nebraska Union. The Oct. 17 performance will include indie rock bands The Kickback and Desert Noises; and local favorites Freakabout! and Orion Walsh and the Rambling Hearts. The Oct. 18 event includes the psychedelic folk band Deer People; alternative band Cowboy Indian Bear; and local artists Twinsmith and A Ferocious Jungle Cat.

Admission to both concerts is free.

Lincoln Calling features more than 100 bands and DJs performing Oct. 15-19 at 10 venues.

For more information, including a complete line up of performers, go to http://lincolncalling.com.

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