If you’re getting out these days, options for live music abound for the weekend:
String band Chucky Waggs and his Company of Raggs get rowdy at Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $8. Bring your dancing shoes.
Vocal folk and blues powerhouse Ruthie Foster is performing tonight at Ron Robinson for the Celebrate Maya! Project. Details here.
Wildwood Park for the Arts is throwing its biggest festival/fundraiser of the year, known for its stunning light displays around the park’s acreage and bordering Swan Lake. I took my nieces to this several years back and the photos made for some pretty magical momentos. Find details and tickets here.
Little Rock native and country entertainer Zac Dunlap’s performing at Stickyz, with Bree Ogden and Dylan Gray, 8 p.m., $12:
Luna Luna is going to turn the White Water Tavern into the best couples skate ever; More on that here. Plus, The Gravel Yard Band tomorrow night and Dikku Du & The Zydeco Krewe Sunday. Check out Gravel Yard’s Chris Denny’s living room croon:
Katrice Newbill, stage name Butterfly, performs her NOLA-incubated blend of reggae and old school R&B at Charlee’s for a Birthday Bash/Taurus Party, 9 p.m., $20.
The Arkansas Choral Society performs Beethoven’s Mass in C major to honor the composer’s birthday, 7:30 p.m., Little Rock’s Calvary Baptist Church, 5700 Cantrell Road. The concert features Society singers, the University of Arkansas at Monticello Concert Choir and soloists Mary Sandell, soprano; Aubrey Odle, alto; John Darst, tenor; and David Farwig, bass, members of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and conductor Kent Skinner.