Flint Local 432 Highlights Chefs, Musicians for 30th Anniversary

Empty Orchestra performs at the all-ages music venue. Photo by Mike Naddeo.

Empty Orchestra previously performed at the all-ages music venue. Photo by Mike Naddeo.

The Flint Local 432 is celebrating the “Big 3-0” with a gala weekend that highlights prominent chefs and local luminaries with ties to the music and art venue.

The weekend celebration will kick off Friday, Oct. 2 with a food and beverage event hosted by Flint Food Works and Flint Farmers’ Market from 6-9 p.m. The lineup includes:

For more information about the chefs or to purchase tickets, visit https://seeandbseen.org/category/um-flint/page/2/.

There will be two different music events later that night. The Flint Local 432 will host a free, all-ages concert from 7-11 p.m. Featured bands include Embracing Silence, Overdrive, The Spoops, The Kitson Sisters and Fight to Forget.

From 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m., Churchill’s After-Party (21+) will feature Rats of Unusual Size, Guilty Bystanders and The Will.

The celebration will continue on Saturday, Oct. 3 with the Flint Zombie Walk from noon to 4 p.m., followed by another free, all-ages concert from 7-11 p.m. Featured bands include Kinetic Stereokids, Diver, Rats of Unusual Size, The Singing Lungs; Rabbit Ain’t Lucky (RAL).

For more information about the gala weekend, visit www.flintlocal432turns30.org.

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Flint Local 432 to Host Americana/Indy Show on Friday


Four musical acts will take the stage during an Americana/Indy-themed show at the Flint Local 432 Friday, August 21.

Doors open at 7 p.m., with performances by:

  • Jenn McMillan, a singer/songwriter from Otisville. She describes her music as a mix of pop, jazz, classical, alternative, and blues.
  • ModTie Etiquette, a jazz-fusion, indie band based in the Flint area. They have been noted for having a party vibe with their “big band” style.
  • Lilli Jean, a musician from West Asheville, N.C. She released her first album in 2012.
  • ADABOY!, an alternative pop/rock band – with a little twang – from Bay City.

Admission is $5/person. For more information about Friday’s show, click here.

The Flint Local 432 is an all-ages, non-profit, substance free music and performing arts venue located at 124 W. 1st St., Flint.

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Head Out To The Flint Local 432 This Thursday For Some Awkward Comedy

awkward comedy tourIf there’s something we Mid-Michgan folks can take it is a joke, I mean, if you can’t keep laughing when you get record snowfall and cold weather then what can you laugh at?  The sad part is though that there are few opportunities to catch live comedy these days and even fewer chances to catch hometown comics.  Well, consider this Thursday a rare opportunity to see a comedy show from some homebrew comedians. The Awkward Chuckle Tour will be performing at Downtown Flint’s Flint Local 432 at an evening show that promises to be the highlight to another busy week.  The troupe of comedians all hails from the Mid-Michigan area and got their start doing shows in Flushing but are working to fund a trip to New York City for several gigs they have booked there.  The three comedians that make up the core troupe will be joined by fellow local Seth Addison making it full night that should leave you gasping for air and sore from laughter.  This should be a great chance to get out and laugh and to hopefully laugh at other people because we Michiganders are tired of being the butt of so many jokes. It’s time to share the wealth in that department, don’t you think?


The Awkward Comedy Tour

Thursday, March 27, 2014

7PM – 9PM


Flint Local 432 – 124 W. First Street, Flint, MI, 48502