By Eugene Magazine

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April 14

EWEB Live at Sam Bonds Garage

Local band, EWEB, is set to take the stage at Sam Bonds Garage this Thursday. Combining elements of prog and psychedelic rock, they put on an upbeat show highlighting impressive musicianship. Grab a beer and a slice of pizza all while supporting local musicians.

Sam Bonds Garage


Through April 17

2nd Annual CiderHouse event

For 7 days in April, PublicHouse will convert 20+ beer taps to cider taps! Don’t worry, they’ll still have beer and whiskey! Along with a huge showcase of a variety of craft cider on draft, they will have featured cider houses, specialty cocktails from the Whisk(e)y Lab, live entertainment, and food specials from each of the talented food purveyors.

Public House


April 15, 16 & 17

Radio Redux: The Great Gatsby

The Jazz Age comes alive in Radio Redux’s original adaptation of the famous American author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s time-honored 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby, that skewers the rich and the famous. Mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby — obsessed with reuniting with his former lover, Daisy Buchanan, now married and a mother — is the heart of this touching but tragic boy-meets-girl yarn, for which the hit Eugene audio theater company pulls out all the stops to authentically present this story as a 1940s radio show, with music, commercials and sound effects.

Hult Center


April 16

Willamalane MEGGA Hunt 

The group egg hunt returns! After a two-year hiatus, MEGGA Hunt is back for a large group egg hunt at Lively Park. In 2021, Willamalane Park and Recreation District offered a modified version of MEGGA hunt, with small family hunts and take-home egg hunt kits available.



April 16 & 17

Eugene Ballet: Heaven and Earth

Experience Eugene Ballet’s power in Suzanne Haag’s Heaven and Earth, a world premiere ballet with music composed by Eugene percussionist Pius Cheung. Heaven and Earth explores the dynamic forces of sight and sound with live music by Orchestra Next featuring Pius Cheung and Eriko Daimo. 

Hult Center