Things to do in Orlando, April 6-12: Justin Bieber, Mammoth WVH, Demetri Martin, K.Flay | Things to Do | Orlando

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Our selections of the best points to do this 7 days.

Wednesday, April 6
Drug Church
Hardcore iconoclasts Drug Church occur to town behind their boundary-smashing new album Cleanliness. Term is that the band (and audiences) are likely hard, so be ready for some exuberance. 8 p.m., Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.,, $18-$20

April 6-12
Orlando Taco Week
All the $5 tacos you can tackle from a wide variety of Orlando eating places! Participants include things like Tako Cheena, MX Taco and additional. Make absolutely sure you get your passport stamped when browsing dining places to earn prizes. Continues via April 20. Many locations,

UCF Celebrates the Arts
Choose your choose of a jam-packed routine crammed with performances ranging from chamber ensembles to jazz massive bands, spoken term, opera, theater, movie, a dwell graffiti level of competition and Shrek: The Musical. Continues as a result of April 16. Dr. Phillips Center for the Undertaking Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.,, free-$60

Thursday, April 7
Jimmie Vaughan & Samantha Fish
Two generations of electrical-guitar virtuosity collide when blues legend Jimmie Vaughan and quickly-growing axe-slinger Samantha Fish go head-to-head. Be expecting that elusive mix of technological acumen and grit. 8 p.m., Tricky Rock Dwell, 6050 Common Blvd.,, $46.50-$58.50

Adventurous new pop voice K.Flay brings her “Voices in My Head” tour to the Metropolis Lovely. The artist has seemingly performed it all in a really quick period of time: netted Grammy noms, toured with Envision Dragons and collaborated with Tom Morello. And as we style these very words and phrases, information just broke that her “Higher Enough” single has just gone platinum. So if you want to see K.Flay in a scaled-down space, this is likely your past most effective bet. 7 p.m., The Beacham, 46 N. Orange Ave.,, $22.50

Friday, April 8
Finnish “steel cello” ensemble heads to the Milk District as aspect of a run of rescheduled dates. The show’s generally offered out because the group’s interpretations of Metallica songs (… Plays Metallica With Four Cellos) has definitely captured hefty audio fans’ focus, and their level of popularity has only snowballed from there. 8 p.m., Plaza Live, 425 N. Bumby Ave.,, $53-$92

Demetri Martin
Comic, creator and torchbearer for the shoegazer haircut Martin pilots his leftfield stand-up tour dubbed “I Come to feel Funny” (which just made us briefly chuckle, so mission attained already) to town. Be expecting speedy-fireplace surrealism. 8 p.m., Hard Rock Dwell, 6050 Universal Blvd.,, $33-$43

Marco Antonio Solís
For far more than 40 many years, Mexican singer and icon Solís has been earning ’em swoon in the seats with his coronary heart-bursting ballads. Solís has touched on pretty much every single style related with his native country over the yrs, from mariachi to cumbia to bachata. Latest album Màs De Mis Recuerdos reconfigures some of his greatest hits for a youthful viewers. 8 p.m., Amway Center, 400 W. Church St.,, $36-$946

Friday-Saturday, April 8-April 9
Month of Jazz
Timucua Arts Foundation winds down their “Month of Jazz” efficiency collection this week with eclectic performances lined up to accommodate all tastes on the spectrum of jazz songs. This week’s concert events characteristic Michael Feinberg (April 8-9) and then — to give you some progress heads-up — Ulysses Owens Jr.’s Generation Y on April 13. Timucua Arts Foundation, 2000 S. Summerlin Ave.,, selling prices change for every celebration

Sunday, April 10
Soiled Honey, Mammoth WVH
Are you all set to rock? Regardless of your power stages, these two fresh new faces in the rock scene are — a actuality on sufficient exhibit as element of their co-headlining “Young Guns” tour. If you require a minimal extra incentive, the “WVH” aspect of the Mammoth WVH equation is none other than rock scion Wolfgang Van Halen. 8 p.m., Challenging Rock Reside, 6050 Common Blvd.,, $25.50-$57.50

KEM & Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds
The “Comprehensive Circle” tour pairs the 1980s R&B hitmaker dubbed “Babyface” (“Every single Time I Shut My Eyes”) with young breakout KEM. The tour is named soon after KEM’s latest EP, which offers a collab with Rick Ross. And the entire affair is hosted by comic and The View alum Sherri Shepherd. That’s a great deal of heat for a Sunday night. 7:30 p.m., Addition Fiscal Arena, 12777 N. Gemini Blvd.,, $45-$85

Monday, April 11
Justin Bieber
Hold tight, Beliebers, your minute is nigh. Bieber is touring driving most up-to-date album Justice, which arrived out in March of 2021 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Assistance will come from Jaden, Téo and Eddie Benjamin. 7:30 p.m., Amway Middle, 400 W. Church St.,, $89-$1,549

Monday-Tuesday, April 11-12
Documentary-as-whodunit chronicles — and cracks — the case of the attempted assassination-by-poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, and his resolute return to Russia. Numerous theaters,, charges differ

Tuesday, April 12
Jerry Cantrell
Solo artist and founding member of grunge-adjacent rock deities Alice in Chains is out on tour supporting most recent album Brighten. Cantrell is no mere sideman the guitarist and singer has a indicate songwriting streak, from early AIC anthems like “Rooster” via to his solo catalog. 8 p.m., Residence of Blues, Disney Springs,, $42.50 n