What to do in Waco this weekend: 9/22 – 9/24

Liesje Powers | Multimedia Editor

By Kristina Valdez | A&L Editor

Friday, Sept. 22

Live Music at Common Grounds

Location: Common Grounds | Cost: Free | Time: 8 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Put down the study guides and highlighters. Indie Americana artist David Ramirez is playing at Common Grounds. You’re probably tired of late nights studying and drinking coffee, but music and a free mind can make it all better.

Saturday, Sept. 23

Waco Downtown Farmers Market

Location: 5th St. and Washington Ave. | Cost: Free | Time: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Fill your pantry and stock your fridge with locally grown food. This Instagram-worthy farmers market will have finger foods to eat as you casually walk around in downtown Waco on a Saturday morning.

Live Music at The Backyard Bar & Grill

Location: The Backyard Bar & Grill | Cost: $15 | Time: 8 p.m.

The Backyard Bar and Grill will be filled with the sounds of country singer Jon Wolfe playing at 9:30 p.m. Hunter Hutchison will open the show. Admission at the door is $15.

Sunday, Sept. 24

Live Music at The Backyard Bar & Grill

Location: The Backyard Bar & Grill | Cost: $15 | Time: 9:30 p.m.

Jon Wolfe will perform for a second night at The Backyard Bar and Grill. Listen for singles like “Boots on a Dance Floor” or “Baby This and Baby That.” Admission at the door is $15.


Climate Change Art Exhibit: “The Art of Survival”

Location: 1121 Speight Ave. | Cost: Free | Time: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., Closed Mondays

Waco Friends of Peace/ Climate opened the art exhibit, “The Art of Survival,” Sept. 1 at Terry and Jo’s Food for Thought restaurant. Artists submitted art that explored the impact of climate change and pollution on the environment. The art exhibit will be open until Oct. 1.