Live music, comedy, ax throwing

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PANAMA CITY— The entertainment scene is thriving in downtown panamaand local businesses bring the city to life with events, activities and live music.

The pleasure lasts all night for some people, and in some cases it extends into the next day. But there is enough for everyone, because the city center is full of things to do every week. Here’s a preview of the upcoming events, entertainment and activities taking place in downtown Panama City over the next few days.

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Live Music at Harrison’s

Kick off the weekend tasting southern and coastal flavors at Panama City’s newest waterfront restaurant. Harrison’s kitchen and bar5 Harrison Ave., will feature live classic and Southern rock music from the GreenHead Band on Fridays from 6-9 p.m.

Additionally, live music from local musicians will be offered at Harrison’s beginning at 6 p.m. every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and during Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

For more information, call 850-979-5550 or visit: www.greenhead.band.

Psy night at Mosey’s

Psych Night will feature performances by local and regional talent including Soul Machine, Valdosta Psychedelic Masters, Elder Flovvers, Psychedelic Surf Rock and John Ceaser & The Ceaser Salad.

Downtown Mosey, 425 Grace Ave., will host Psych Night on Fridays from 7-11 p.m. The event will include performers, vendors, food and drink, and live entertainment. Mosey will also shoot a promotional video for Psych Night and the burgeoning psychedelic scene.

Enjoy live performances from local and regional talent including Soul Machine, Valdosta Psychedelic Masters, Elder Flovvers, Hometown Psychedelic Surf Rock, and John Ceaser & The Ceaser Salad, Panama City’s indie rock ‘n’ rollers.

For more information, call 850-215-4802 or visit Mosey’s Downtown at Facebook.

Comedy night

Don’t miss an evening of laughter hosted by the city’s favorite comedians. The Panama City Comedy Group brings a night of laughs from regional and national touring comedians to Mosey’s on Saturday night. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are $10 a day. Eventbrite.

Rock show at the House of Henry

Fents The Band from Montgomery, Ala., will perform at the House of Henry on Saturday.

Grab your favorite Irish dish and a cold brew and get ready to rock the Henry’s House, 461 Harrison Ave., on Saturday nights with live music from Fents The Band. The Montgomery, Alabama-based band will perform their rock show in HoH from 9 p.m. to midnight.

For more information, call 850-481-1602 or visit www.Hohpub.com.

History Class Axes and Ales

History Class Brewing Company will host Ax 850 for Ax and Ale on Wednesday.

Take a cold brew and test your ax throwing skills at History Class Brewery, 6 E. Fourth St. On Wednesday, History Class will team up with Ax 850 for an evening of mobile ax throwing fun. The cost of ax throwing is $1 per throw or $15 unlimited.

For more information, call 850-801-2337 or visit: www.historyclass.beer.

Exhibitions at the Arts Center

Three exhibitions fill the gallery spaces of the arts center this month, and all are created from the work of local artists.

The main gallery will feature the “Fired Up” exhibition which includes pottery by nine local artists: Pavel Amromin, Mary Kay Griffith, Jillian Heusohn, Tammy Marinuzzi, Kelly McLendon, Jaweria Rizvi, Cynthia Smith, Nolan Windholtz and Mandy Yourick.

The Arts Center "Fired" The exhibit includes pottery by nine local artists: Pavel Amromin, Mary Kay Griffith, Jillian Heusohn, Tammy Marinuzzi, Kelly McLendon, Jaweria Rizvi, Cynthia Smith, Nolan Windholtz and Mandy Yourick.

In the Miller Gallery, works from the Bay Arts Alliance’s annual Royal Flippin Skateboard Competition are on display. This year it’s People’s Choice, which means it’s up to the community to decide who will be the show’s best, first and second place finisher. Come show your support and vote for your favorite deck.

Photographs by local artist Shelton Halstead will be on display in the cafe’s gallery. Using manual and digital film to create his photography, Halstead has used his exposure to show the moments he has captured over the years.

All three exhibits will be on display until August 27. The Center for the Arts at 19 E. Fourth St. is open and free to the public 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays.

For more information on the summer exhibitions, visit pccenterforthearts.com.

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