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Recorder Event Rundown: Saturday, March 4 – Friday, March 10

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JEEZY: THE TRAP OR DIE TOUR

Hip-hop recording artist Young Jeezy will take the stage at the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre on Saturday, March 4, at 8 p.m. as part of the Trap or Die Tour. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online at livenation.com.

COMEDY, KARAOKE AT WHITE RABBIT CABARET

Relax with a cocktail and enjoy a live, improvised comedy show by Indyprov … but don’t be a spectator all night! Immediately following the comedy show, hop on stage and belt out your favorite tunes at a live piano karaoke party. The fun starts on Friday, March 10, at 8 p.m. This event is for guests 21 and older, and there is a $5 cover to attend. For more information, visit whiterabbitcabaret.com.

SIGMA GAMMA RHO YOUTH SYMPOSIUM

The Alpha Sigma chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho is hosting a free youth symposium for children ages 10–18 and the adults who are empowering them. The event, titled Youth Investment: Building a Future for Impactful Leaders, will take place at the Washington Park Multipurpose Room, 3130 E. 30th St.,Indianapolis, IN 46218. Parents and children can register on Eventbrite. Contact alphasigmasevice@gmail.com with questions.

WINE NOT WERK

Professionals looking to make connections with others around Indy should check out this fun, casual networking event. The $10 admission covers wine tasting, appetizers, guest speakers and music. This event takes place at the Indianapolis Enterprise Center at 55 S. State St., Indianapolis, IN 46205 on Saturday, March, 4 at 6 p.m.

JAZZ JAM SESSION

The hottest Jazz Jam in Indianapolis happens every Monday night at the Jazz Kitchen.  This free event is led by trumpet master Clifford Ratliff. The show starts at 7 p.m. at 5377 N. College Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220. For more information, visit thejazzkitchen.com.

DON’T SLEEP DISCUSSION SERIES

Join Don’t Sleep for a screening of “Get Out,” a funny, scary and thought-provoking film that seamlessly weaves its social critiques on race and racism into an entertaining horror-comedy thrill ride. After the movie, stay for a panel discussion on the themes in the film and the role of comedy in addressing social issues. This event will take place on Saturday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m. at Georgetown 14 Digital Cinemas. Tickets must be purchased from the theater prior to the show.

AFTER THE LOVE HAS GONE

What God has joined together, don’t let social media tear apart. This inspirational stage play will be performed at the Athenaeum Theatre on March 5. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased on Eventbrite. For more information, call (800)-975-4011.

REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT FUNDRAISER

If you find yourself in Bloomington on March 4, stop by the Pourhouse Cafe, 314 E. Kirkwood Ave., 47408, to take part in a fundraiser for Exodus Refugee Immigration and Catholic Charities. These two resettlement agencies are located in Indy and are dedicated to helping refugees from across the world resettle here. Restaurants including Falafels, Sofra, Pourhouse, Anatolia and Little Tibet will offer a taste of the world to attendees. Adult ($25) student ($20) and child ($10) tickets are available for purchase at soapay.3dcartstores.com.

Do you want your arts and entertainment related event featured in our rundown? Send a press release to keshiam@indianapolisrecorder.com.

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