Fish Fries and Freddie Mercury

Looking for something to do this weekend? Whether you’re a gearhead, Queen fan, fish fry fanatic, or literature buff, [Evansville Living] has you covered. Check out these five events happening this weekend in the River City.

Germania Fish Fry

53:30-7:30 p.m. April 1
Germania Maennerchor, 916 N Fulton Ave.

Join Germania Maennerchor for a Lenten fish fry this Friday. For $10, get a meal of two catfish fiddlers or one tilapia fillet, with two sides and two hushpuppies. Dine-in and carry-out meals available. The fish fry continues on Good Friday, April 15.

George Orwell’s "1984"

7:30 p.m. April 1-2; 2 p.m. April 3
Evansville Civic Theatre, 717 N. Fulton Ave.

This retelling of George Orwell’s iconic novel pulls no punches when depicting life under an oppressive regime. Adapted by Robert Owens, Wilton E. Hall, and William A. Miles, the stage production of “1984” forces audiences to reckon with how far they are willing to go for love, individuality, and freedom. A second weekend of performances takes place April 8-10. Tickets for both weekends of performances cost $15 per show.

Girls Day Out

10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 2
Old National Events Plaza, 715 Locust St.

Enjoy a deluxe shopping experience showcasing an eclectic mix of craft vendors, boutique wares, and prizes. Admission is free.

Windborne’s The Music of Queen

7 p.m. April 2
Victory Theatre, 600 Main St.

The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra and maestro Roger Kalia are joined by guest conductor Brent Havens to present an electrifying mash-up of rock ‘n’ roll and classical music that the British band Queen was famous for perfecting. This score is designed to lengthen and enhance Queen’s exceptional songs via a full orchestra combined with a rock band and vocals. This performance serves as the finale to the EPO’s 2021-22 Pops concert series.

Spring Collector Car & Memorabilia Auction

8 a.m. April 2
Wolfe’s Auto Auction, 2229 S. Kentucky Ave.

Geek out over collector cars and cool gear — and maybe take home a rare find — at Wolfe’s Auto Auction’s spring sale. The memorabilia sale kicks off at 9 a.m., followed by the collector car sale at 10 a.m. In between, enjoy browsing stunning cars, munching on food truck fare, and listening to live music. Admission for spectators is $10.

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Jodi Keen
Jodi Keen
Jodi Keen is the managing editor of Evansville Living and Evansville Business magazines.

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