Toledo Jams

. April 30, 2015.
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By Kelly Thompson & Marisa Rubin

Regardless of your instrument choice, you don’t have to have a major record deal to get out and enjoy playing. You’ll meet new people, learn new techniques, and maybe even find candidates to form a group of your own.

Mondays & Thursdays

The Bronze Boar

20 S. Huron St.

419-244-2627

bronzeboar.com

Open mic night. 10pm.

Tuesdays

Sophia Quintero’s La Galeria de Americas

1224 Broadway St.

419-241-1655

sqacc.org

Open Mic and optional potluck. 6-9pm.

First & Third Tuesdays

Rocky’s

4020 Secor Rd.

419-472-1996

facebook.com/rockysrules

Open mic night hosted by Joel Hazard

Wednesdays

Martini and Nuzzi’s

6023 Manley Rd.

419-865-7967

martiniandnuzzis.com

Open mic night. 9pm-1am.

Wednesdays

Black Kite Coffee and Pies

2499 Collingwood Blvd.

419-720-5820

facebook.com/BlackKiteCoffee

Music, poetry and comedy open mic night. 5:30-7:30pm.

First and last Thursdays March-May

Main Library: Huntington Meeting Room

325 N. Michigan St.

419-259-5218.

Open Mic Nights for all genres of poetry. Sign up ahead for a 5-minute slot, or email poetry@toledolibrary.org

6-8pm.

Thursdays

Chateau Tebeau Winery

525 Ohio 635, Helena

419-638-5411

chateautebeauwinery.com

Open Mic Night with David Lester. 7-10pm.

Thursdays

The Local

7723 Airport Hwy., Holland

419-450-3234

facebook.com/thelocaltoledo

Open mic hosted by Chris Shutters. 9pm.

Thursdays

Treo

5703 Main St.

419-882-2266

treosylvania.com

Open Jam Sessions for musicians and singers of all genres. 7:30-9:30pm.

Wednesdays

Bleak House

612 Adams St.

419-740-1125

facebook.com/BleakHouseCoffee

Open mic. 5:30-7:30pm.

Wednesdays

Mutz

27 Broadway St.

419-243-1302

mbaybrew.com/mutz-sports-bar

Open mic. 9pm.

Sundays

Ye Olde Cock ‘n Bull

9 N. Huron St.

419-244-2855

cocknbulltoledo.com

Blues open mic nights. 7-11pm.

Sundays

Bar 145

5305 Monroe St.

419-593-0073

bar145toledo.com

Open mic  

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