The first month of the year is full of promise in Worcester!
Fulfill all of your New Year’s resolutions by filling your calendar with thrilling events all over Worcester.
Be spontaneous and fun in the new year by jamming out to local bands, listening to tunes in your best flannel, or supporting the community by cheering for the local sports team or the local diva queen.
Root for the home team!
The Worcester Railers have won three games in a row and this weekend host three games at the DCU Center. Find out if they can keep their winning streak alive!
- Friday @ 7 PM vs Adirondack Thunder
- Saturday @ 7 PM vs Newfoundland Growlers
- Sunday @ 3 PM vs Reading Royals
Flannel gets an edgier look this Saturday.
Electric Flannel resurrects alternative rock music from the 90’s beginning at 9 PM!
If you are a fan of Stone Temple Pilots, Nirvana, and other 90’s band, you will be immersed in the nostalgia of the decade.
A Battle of the Bands at the Palladium!
Music lovers will be craving the Palladium’s upcoming show called Concert Crave: Artist Showcase.
This event is a battle of the bands as rising artists introduce and perform their music as they compete for a $500 first place prize.
Satisfy the cravings and listen to new music this Saturday at 4 PM at this 21+ event.
Get in touch with your inner diva!
El Basha, at 256 Park Avenue in Worcester, is holding their 3rd Annual Diva Awards this Saturday.
The excitement starts at 6 PM. Enjoy some delicious food and support the LGBTQ community at a night of fabulousness and glamour.
Vote for your favorite diva this Saturday!
Stay true to your new year’s resolution and get fit this month!
Join Virginia, a licensed Zumba instructor from Worcester, for a free Zumba class this Saturday at 3 PM at the Epworth United Methodist Church at 64 Salisbury Street.
Virginia offers free monthly classes on the second Saturday of the month. Save your money and get in shape with a free class!
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Worcester City Manager Ed Augustus and Mayor Joe Petty have issued a joint statement on the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN on Monday, May 25.