Things to do in Orlando this week: The Zombies, Alan Cumming, Curren$y, Anamanaguchi | Things to Do | Orlando

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Alan Cumming, Wednesday at Steinmetz Hall

Wednesday, March 30
Alan Cumming
Scottish-American jack-of-all trades Cumming is defiantly “Not performing his age” in the just one-gentleman exhibit he’s bringing to Steinmetz all about the inescapable foibles of ageing. An evening of tales, routines and
songs from the actor/musician/comic/X-Men‘s Nightcrawler. There should really be one thing for children of all ages. 7:30 p.m., Steinmetz Corridor, Dr. Phillips Centre, 445 S. Magnolia Ave., drphillipscenter.org, $45-$85

Wednesday-Sunday, March 30-April 3
Month of Jazz
Timucua Arts Foundation kicks off their ‘Month of Jazz’ efficiency sequence this week, with numerous weekends of eclectic performances from locals and touring functions lined up to accommodate all preferences on the spectrum of jazz new music. This week’s live shows kick off with the Amina Scott Quartet (Wednesday), followed by Geoffrey Keezer (Friday and Saturday), the Jeff Rupert Quartet with Lucy Yeghiazaryan (Sunday afternoon) and the Marco Grispo Quartet (Sunday evening). Timucua Arts Foundation, 2000 S. Summerlin Ave., timucua.com, prices change for each celebration

Thursday, March 31
Tonstartssbandht
Orlando’s favorite brother act, the chic desire-pop band Tonstartssbandht have had a rough go of late, scrapping a handful of current tour dates when a member of the team contracted COVID. But Andy and Edwin White, just after acceptable down time, are likely in advance with the Florida dates such as this Will’s rager with Demise Tremors and the actually excellent Daisy-Chain as help. Pregame with their current reissues on Fireplace Talk Data. 8 p.m., Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave., willspub.org, $12

Friday, April 1
Curren$y
New Orleans rapper Curren$y headlines the Ace’s outdoor Yard room, actively playing with a dwell band and with guidance from Young Roddy, Asaru, Midaz the Beast, Grand Style and design and Fayn. Curren$y just introduced moody and stellar new album Continuance with producer Alchemist, so fingers crossed that some of these new tunes will get an airing. 8 p.m., Ace Cafe, 100 W. Livingston St., acecafeusa.com, $40-$100

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Curren$y, Friday at Ace Cafe

Plug-In Tune-Out Music Festival and Pool Bash
Test out the new-search Veranda at this exceptional party that really normally takes edge of anything the place presents. Dip your toes in the blue h2o though using in the sounds of Arion Waters, Zelda Grey, Ben Wozniak, Ashley Picanza and Benjamin Neil & Pacific Hurry. 4:30 p.m., The Veranda at Thornton Park, 707 E. Washington St., eventbrite.com, $10-$100

Freaky Fridays: Sting of Demise
Arguably — and we would make this argument — the strongest installment of this midnight motion picture series to date, Sting of Demise is pure Florida exploitation horror from the brain of b-motion picture maestro William Grefé (Impulse, Mako: The Jaws of Loss of life). This a person features a mutated killer jellyfish. Grefé is a Florida treasure, comprehensive end. 11:59 p.m., Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland, enzian.org, $10

The Zombies
There will be a Zombie(s) invasion this week and it’s no April Idiot. Longtime Zombies Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent are anchoring this 2022 edition of the band, and you can assume a heady mix of the two tunes from the band’s latest (!) album Breathe Out, Breathe In and, the natural way, a excellent part of their continue to-adventurous 1968 breakthrough Odyssey & Oracle. 8 p.m., Plaza Dwell, 425 N. Bumby Ave., plazaliveorlando.org,, $34.50-$89.50

Friday-Saturday, April 1-2
Maitland Jazz & Blues Pageant
Totally free, two-working day party featuring 13 local and touring acts, with veteran blues musician Jimmy Corridor — recognised for stints in Soaked Willie, Blackberry Smoke and Jeff Beck’s band — joined by Attractive Bobby Blackmon, Michelle Amato, Beth McKee, Lucy Yeghiazaryan, Jeff Rupert, the Traveling Horse Huge Band and additional. Independence Sq., 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, maitlandjazzandblues.com, no cost

Saturday, April 2
Anamanaguchi
Hope a performance of the entirety of the Scott Pilgrim vs. The Environment: The Match Soundtrack courtesy the “hyper-energetic, hyper-optimistic 8-little bit” entity Anamanaguchi. In other words and phrases: Olds, beware. Your (Okay, our) brain is not wired for this. 8 p.m., Plaza Are living, 425 N. Bumby Ave., plazaliveorlando.org, $24.50-$34.50

Michael Glabicki
Here’s just one for the legitimate jam-heads. Rusted Root frontman Glabicki performs an intimate set at Will’s as section of a duo with fellow Root-dweller and guitarist Dirk Miller. Assume solo tunes and RR faves executed with technical aplomb. Eugene Snowden supports. 8 p.m., Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave., willspub.org, $20-$25

Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
The storied “countrywide orchestra of Poland” comes to Steinmetz for a overall performance that is confident to induce chills and a tear or three. Showcasing the contributions of Andrzej Boreyko, Music and Artistic Director, and soloist Bruce Liu, the program will element a reading of the Ukrainian national anthem. 7:30 p.m., Steinmetz Hall, Dr. Phillips Centre, 445 S. Magnolia Ave., drphillipscenter.org, $35-$99

Saturday-Sunday, April 2-3
Spring Fiesta in the Park
The fiesta will rejoice Lake Eola’s elegance in the springtime with more than 300 artists displaying and offering their artwork. Lake Eola Park, 195 N. Rosalind Ave., fiestainthepark.com, totally free

Sunday, April 3
Drivin’ N Cryin’
Atlantan blues-rockers DNC are celebrating 35 decades of hefty soul, and like in years past, are using a victory lap in the Orlando spot. These perennial underdog-lifers have retained their musical specifications large for more than three a long time now, so give ’em the ovation they should have. 7:30 p.m., Tuffy’s Songs Box, 200 Myrtle Ave., Sanford, tuffyscider.com, $20

Toughness Sunday
Cancer benefit event for Kristi Thilmony and the Barber Fund. Stacked lineup of locals options the Blue Streak Mamas, the 1,4,5s, Mournin’ Biscuits, Goose Palms, Da Several and DJ Rome. Instructed donation is $10 but you really should give more. 1 p.m., Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave., willspub.org, $10 n