Lily B. Moonflower, Jake Keegan, Jelly Rose among performances on November 5th

It’s the start of November, which only means one thing: the first Artwalk Friday of this month is upon us.

Many can spend an entire day strolling through the art shops of downtown Topeka and NOTO, browsing the magnificent works of art, and meeting artists. But once you’re done shopping for art, your day doesn’t have to end.

The Topekans have a variety of live music performances that they can attend during the evening of November 5th. Here are five concerts we recommend you attend.

Lily B. Moonflower and Jake Keegan

Once you’re done browsing all of NOTO’s art shops, head to Dirty Girl Adventures at Compass Point.

The artists will perform from 7 to 9 p.m. on November 5 at Compass Point, 800 N. Kansas Ave.

The concert will take place indoors with full bar service available. The event is free and open to the public.

Moonflower and Keegan perform Americana folk music.

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Singer and songwriter Jelly Rose will perform at 7:30 p.m. on November 5 at the Jayhawk Theater.

A few blocks from NOTO in downtown Topeka, you’ll hear live music from Jelly Rose.

Jayhawk Theater’s, 720 SW Jackson St., will host its monthly After Walk at The Hawk at 7:30 p.m. on November 5.

There is a $ 5 cover charge.

Jelly Rose is a singer and songwriter based in Olathe. She plays original music that mixes the sounds of rock, pop, R&B, gospel, country and bass.

Various food trucks will be set up outside and Norsemen Brewing Co. will provide drinks.


Want to listen to live country music? Don’t miss the 4Closure show from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on November 5 at The Vinewood, 2848 SE 29th St.

There is a $ 10 cover charge.

The band describes their music as country which plays classic rock and modern hits with a few twists.

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Oxytoxine, DumpStar and Swollen Shut

If you’re looking for some metal music from some local bands, don’t miss this 9 p.m. live show on November 5 at Boobie Trap, 1417 SW 6th Ave.

Lawrence-based metal band Oxytoxin, Rock ‘n’ Roll band DumpStar, and Kansas City-based metalcore band Swollen Shut will all perform.

Doors open at 8 p.m. There is a $ 5 cover charge.

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Baile Estilo Chihuahua vs. Los Del Norte

If you want to listen to Latin and Spanish music while also experiencing a real battle of groups, you’ll want to head to this live show at 9 p.m. on November 5 at Villa Event Venue, 2941 SE Fremont St.

Brianna Childers is the food and fun journalist for Capital-Journal. Contact her at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @ brichilders3.

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