By Eugene Magazine

How can you choose from so many cool things going on over the summer! This week you can see dance performances at Rebelle Movement’s 2nd annual Summer Soiree. The Cuthbert hosts Incubus, Blues Traveler, and others in three shows this week. Make some new friends at Willamalane’s Pie & Ice Cream Social. Take the kids in your life to a movie and swim event at Splash water park. Enjoy themed wine tastings at Sundance Wine Cellars on Fridays and Saturdays. Kick up your heels at Willamalane’s Country-Western Line Dance Social. The Lane County Fair continues through Sunday, and so does “The Music Man” at The Shedd. Visit Luckey’s for a singer songwriter, Eli Lev who traveled all the way from Boonsboro, Maryland, to be here. Hear some “swamp rock” at The Shedd. Springfield’s Island Park hosts another Sounds Like Summer performance with Descarga 54 and Bollywood Dreams. The USATF National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships kicks off July 24.

July 21
Rebelle Movement Summer Soiree
| Rebelle Movement is presenting their 2nd Annual Rebelle Summer Soiree at 7:30 pm at the Wildish Theater. Come and see the amazing performances by Elite Dance Company, Rebelle Ballet, Rebelle Burlesque, and dancers from Rebelle Movement’s open classes. They are also excited to welcome fantastic guest groups from our local community; Eugene Bhangra, Los Phuz, Flex Studios, Kings Krew, Supreme RX, & WDC. Wildish Theater,

July 21
| Incubus plays with Badflower and paris jackson (Michael Jackson’s daughter). The Cuthbert Amphitheater,

July 21
Pie & Ice Cream Social
| Celebrate summer with friends at an old-fashioned pie and ice cream social. Games, music and, of course, delectable pie and ice cream. Registration is required. For adults ages 18 and older, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, $15 in-district, $18 out-of-district. Willamalane Adult Activity Center,

July 21
Dive-in Movie at Splash! Lilo & Stitch
| Enjoy a special evening swim and movie event! Watch a movie on Splash!’s outdoor sun deck and come and go as you please from the pool to the movie. Doors open at 8:30 pm, movies start at 9. Concessions are available. Registration is not needed; just come on by! Regular drop-in admission to Splash! includes the cost of the movies. Drop-in pricing ranges from $3-$10. To learn more about pricing visit Splash! at Lively Park,

July 21 & 22
Themed Wine Tastings at Sundance Wine Cellars
| Sundance Wine Cellars’ free themed wine tastings highlight various wine regions on Fridays, and on Saturdays, they host local and regional wineries. Apart from the weekends, their tasting bar is always open and has free samples of their featured wines. Sundance Wine Cellars has Oregon’s largest selection of wine and is one of the oldest wine retailers in the Willamette Valley. Since 1983, Sundance Wine Cellars has provided an unparalleled selection of wine from Oregon, the Pacific Northwest and around the world. Sundance Wine Cellars,

July 22
Country-Western Line Dance Social
| Kick up your heels and line dance the night away! Wear your best country-western attire (boots encouraged) and follow along as dance instructor Lila leads a quick lesson in line dance basics. Then, enjoy an evening of line dancing, music, refreshments, and hors d’oeuvres! Each guest receives one drink ticket. Bring your special someone or mingle with new friends. The event will also feature a cash bar and a photo booth. Registration is requested. For adults aged 21 and older, $22 in-district, $25 out-of-district. Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 

July 22
Blues Traveler & Big Head Todd and the Monsters |
Two popular bands perform at the Cuthbert Amphitheater,

July 23
Natsukashii Soul
| Come out and enjoy a laid-back Sunday wine tasting on the patio, with live music featuring Natsukashii Soul from 2-4 pm. This event is free, though reservations are recommended. Dogs on a leash and picnics are welcome, as always! Silvan Ridge Winery,

July 22
Train with Better Than Ezra
| Two alternative pop rock bands perform at the Cuthbert Amphitheater,

Through July 23
Lane County Fair
| Rides, food, entertainment, attractions, and more means that the Lane County Fair is always fun. Lane Events Center,

Through July 23
“The Music Man”
| For the beginning of the 2023 Shedd Theatricals season, The Shedd is putting on the musical comedy “The Music Man” from 1957. With classic tunes that include “Ya Got Trouble,” “Goodnight My Someone,” “The Wells Fargo Wagon,” “Till There Was You,” “Shipoopi,” and the show-stopping “Seventy-Six Trombones,” “The Music Man” is an irresistible, all-American musical for the entire family! Come early for dinner at 6. The Shedd,

July 24
Eli Lev
| Rising singer-songwriter Eli Lev from Boonsboro, Maryland, is making the world a smaller place, one song at a time. Eli pens lyrics and melodies for everyday enlightenment — songs that resonate because they’re heartfelt, earthy, and offer the wisdom he’s gained through lifelong travel and self-discovery. His latest project, an EP called “Walk.Talk.Dance.Sing,”  was inspired by the events of the pandemic and explores the range of emotions that we all went through as a society and individuals. Luckey’s Club,

July 24 – 30
USATF National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships |
The competition kicks off July 24. This annual event showcases the best track and field athletes in the country between the ages of 7 and 18. Hayward Field,

July 25
Train with Better Than Ezra
| Two alternative pop rock bands perform at the Cuthbert Amphitheater,

July 25
Shinyribs | Shinyribs defies genres as a sonic melting pot of Texas blues, New Orleans R&B funk, horn-driven Memphis soul, country twang, border music, big band swing, and roots-rock. The Shedd,

July 26
Sounds Like Summer: Descarga 54, with Bollywood Dreams
| Gates open at 5 p.m. on show nights, and most nights include an opening act and a headliner. Beer, wine, and concessions are available for sale. No registration needed. Admission is $3 per night or free with a non-perishable food donation. Donations support the food pantry at the Willamalane Adult Activity Center. Island Park,

Month of July
Neural Magic for Freedom and Fun
| As a “spiritual archaeologist,” Sarjé Haynes creates artwork that explores the mysteries of personal ancestry. By building up layers of marks and mediums, Sarjé explores realms unknown. This personal practice yields a powerful experience of self-healing. New Zone Gallery,

Month of July
The Art of Train Graffiti
| The public is invited to share in the fascination and love of train graffiti as conveyed by the artworks of Sandy Sanders during the month of July at Springfield City Art Gallery. The exhibit is free. Springfield City Hall Gallery,

Through September 2
White Lotus Gallery’s “Forests of Oregon”
| July 14 is the opening reception for this exhibition featuring 10 Oregon artists sharing their art that celebrates the grandeur and resilience of our beloved forests. The show runs through September 2. White Lotus Gallery,

Through Sept 29
“At the Water’s Edge”
| A solo exhibit by Mark S. Anderson opens at Don Dexter Gallery with an opening reception from 4-7 pm. Free and open to the public with live music from Dakota Harris. Food and refreshments included. Don Dexter Gallery