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Sound Advice

2/5/2020

Valentine’s Day might be for lovers, but it’s also for live music. With cupid throwing arrows on a Friday night, you’ve got musical options. Jake Owen brings his Valentine’s Day acoustic set, “Down to the Tiki Tonk Tour,” to Hoyt Sherman Place with special guest Larry Fleet and support from Scotty Emerick. Tickets start at $40. “A Valentine’s Day Musical Celebration” features music by former Abby Normal band mates Tim and Jana West. It takes place at Sherwood Forest Events Center in Windsor Heights. A catered dinner is included in the $39 cost. The 26th annual Central Iowa Blues Society’s “Winter Blues Fest” will be held Feb. 14-15 at the Des Moines Marriott Downtown, featuring 20 blues acts from across the U.S., as well as local musicians. A weekend ticket pass costs $45; Friday only is $20, Saturday only is $30. For a complete lineup of entertainment, visit www.cibs.org. The Boy Band Night performs a free concert Feb. 14 at Smash Park in West Des Moines, starting at 8 p.m., playing all your nostalgic boy band favorite songs from Backstreet Boys, ‘N Sync, One Direction and more. Country musician Ted Stockton performs at Miss Kitty’s on Feb. 14. Brother Moses, an indie-rock band, begins its tour in anticipation of a new album release, “DESPERATION POP.” They’re playing at Vaudeville Mews on Feb. 18. Tickets are $10. ♦

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