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We don't know who's playing Jewel on its first Friday night, but we do know Anderson .Paak is coming to the House of Blues.

Nightlife News & Notes: More music pops up, more fun for locals is coming

May 6th, 2016

We don't know who's playing Jewel on its first Friday night, but we do know Anderson .Paak is coming to the House of Blues.

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