Things to do in Orlando, April 7-14: Jimmie Vaughan, Lee Burridge, ‘The New Urban Contemporary’ and a vegan fish fry | Arts Stories & Interviews | Orlando

Orlando Weekly editors’ picks of the greatest things to do this week.

Wednesday, April 7
Frontyard Pageant: UCF Percussion Presents Inuksuit
Has the entirety of the Frontyard Pageant been foremost to this moment? The UCF Percussion Ensemble usually takes on John Luther Adams’ monumental operate Inuksuit. Percussionists start off taking part in this environmental piece onstage, but then shift down to surround the audience for a actually immersive audio spectacle. 7:30 p.m., $10. Dr. Phillips Centre for the Doing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.,

Thursday, April 8
Frontyard Competition: Dances & Celebrations: A Celebration of Variety
The UCF Wind Ensemble offers an evening of sound committed to all the richness and selection of musical traditions in the United States. That includes, intriguingly, Arrive Sunday, an homage to the central purpose that the unmistakable Hammond organ plays in Black worship providers. 7:30 p.m., $10. Dr. Phillips Middle for the Accomplishing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.,

Thursday, April 8
Tyler Gillespie
Creator and, yes, Florida Guy Tyler Gillespie reads from his new reserve, The Issue About Florida, and freestyles about his travels and adventures in his house foundation as portion of this free of charge webinar place on by the tireless personnel at the Heritage Middle. Noon, cost-free but registration demanded. Orange County Regional Heritage Heart,

Friday, April 9
Soursop Vegan Fish Fry & Sea Cream Social
The Bearded Vegan spins off their well-known month to month vegan marketplaces with the mind-blowing promise of a [checks notes] vegan fish fry. This could be fantastic. 3 p.m., free-$25. The Veranda Dwell, 707 E. Washington St., little

Friday, April 9-Might 23
The New City Present-day
Group exhibition of nearby and international artists, all with roots in city avenue artwork. Totally free. Osceola Arts, 2411 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Freeway, Kissimmee,

Friday, April 9
Lee Burridge
“Melodic house” DJ and erstwhile member of England’s Tyrant Soundsystem spins downtown. 9 p.m., $15. Elixir, 9 W. Washington St.,

Sunday, April 11
Southern Fried Sunday
Featuring Beartoe & the Late Night Howl, Jordan Foley & the Wheelhouse, Fantastic Early morning Bedlam, and Elizabeth Ward. 3:45 p.m., $15-$20. Carlotta’s Society Park, 1000 N. Mills Ave.,

Sunday, April 11
Jimmie Vaughan
With Christone “Kingfish” Ingram. Be expecting a heaping aiding of blues. 8 p.m., $46.50-$58.50. Difficult Rock Stay, 6050 Common Blvd.,

April 7-12
Bedtime Tales of Very long Back
Spring has sprung! This virtual show offers bunny tales sweet sufficient for small children, but extra than amusing enough for older people. Noon, $12 on line at

As a result of April 17
A Midsummer Night’s Aspiration
Orlando Shakes provides an outside generation of the fantastical Shakespearean comedy. The sticky, humid outdoors placing ought to be ideal for the fever-desire aesthetics of the play. $22-$56. Walt Disney Amphitheater, Lake Eola Park, 195 N. Rosalind Ave.,