We’ve missed a few holidays this year so we’re combining two of our favorite holidays with two of our favorite performances – Frank Parker’s Jambalaya Jazz + Burlesque & Curiosities Troupe!
Bring your masks, chairs and dollar bills for a night of jazz and fire arts freestyle outside of Buzz Bomb Brewery! Beelzebunz will also be on site selling Jambalaya. So come early and stay late 🔥🍻
Show is free and musicians are welcome to sit in.
Plenty of room outside so stay safe and maintain your social distance. Masks required while ordering drinks and using the restrooms.
Check out the Facebook event here, https://www.facebook.com/events/1635889019921015/
We are finishing out June strong with great events every night AND we welcome back Wednesdays! That’s right we are now open Wednesdays 3-11pm again, starting tomorrow! Here’s a run down of events this week!
For our final Boozy Brunch in June, which also happens to be Pride Month, we are doing a SHOW YOUR PRIDE brunch. We’ve got the regulars here of course, ourselves, Cafe Moxo, and Just the Basics, but this time we’ve also brought in the Illinois Times and the Phoenix Center to help wrap up June and Pride Month with a bang!
We will be open on Wednesdays again beginning next week (6/24) and kicking things off with a bang with Fire Freestyle at Buzz Bomb.
For this week, you have to wait til Thursday but luckily that’s tomorrow! 🍻
Bring your masks, chairs and dollar bills for a night of fire arts freestyle outside of Buzz Bomb Brewery! Hosted by @217burlesque in an outdoor seating space while the heavy surf sounds of SONIC MAXIMIZER plays for tips and cheers!
Masks required while ordering drinks and using the restrooms. We’re serving thrills, cold local beers and heavy surf rock! So come early and stay late 🔥🍻
Very excited for this event, thank you Burlesque & Curiosities Troupe and Sonic Maximizer!
We are excited to announce…
The Springfield Black Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Downtown Springfield and The Adams Street Family (Buzz Bomb Brewing Company & Cafe Moxo) to kick off the 217 Black Restaurant Weekend, in style, with an outdoor celebration.
We are staying consistent with the theme of 217 Black Restaurant Weekend, using food as a force for good while highlighting community and culture.