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Slow Six rock Redhouse

Le Moyne College presents the Slow Six rocking out at 7:30 p.m. Friday April 29 at the Redhouse, 201 S. West St. on the outskirts of Armory Square. Led by musical director Christopher Tignor, the college combo fuses video and audio, electronic and acoustic, as the musicians perform music from their latest release, "Tomorrow Becomes You."

Admission costs $15, or $10 for seniors, and free for students and members of the Le Moyne community; 445-4523; theredhouse.org.

Multicultural dance Saturday

Wacheva Cultural Arts will celebrate Multicultural Dance, Drum and Fitness at 5 p.m. Saturday April 30, at One Village Dance Centre, 117 Harvard Place in the Westcott Nation. A dinner reception will follow the showcase.

One Village Dance Centre is in its second year of operation under the leadership of Biboti and Jill Ouikahilo. They provide programs that not only increase fitness and a multicultural experience but are also fun. Admission costs $20, or $15 for students and seniors, $5 ages 6 through 17; 396-0748; wacheva.com.

Delaneys, Cadley etc.

Five of the area's top bluegrass bands will entertain at Kellish Hill Farm from 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday April 30, as the farm hosts a benefit for the CNY Bluegrass Association.

Performers include the Delaney Brothers, John Cadley and the Lost Boys, Boots N Shorts, Lake Effect Bluegrass and the Marcellus Jammers.

Kellish Hill Farm, is located at 3191 Pompey Center Road, 4.2 miles from Route 92 in Manlius or .5 mile north of Route 20. Admission costs $10, and a spaghetti dinner is included in price; rhbamericana.com; 682-1578.

The farm will also host a multi-band fund-raiser from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday May 6, and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday May 7. The Kellishes have scheduled their first American Music Festival for July 22 and 23.

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