1) Christians Rock
Head out to Foster Park tonight or Saturday for a two-day Christian rock experience. The park will play host to this year's Kingdom Come Festival.
Over two days, the free festival will feature the Christian bands and artists We As Human, Southbound Fearing, Lastwatch, Pure Star Movement, The Order of Elijah, The Perfect Dream, TAG, Kickstart the Heart, Remedy Revival, Ashes Remain, Nine Lashes, The Protest, Loftland, ForeverAtLast, Grave Robber, Trevor Heyd, Brianna Caprice, Blake Whiteley, Every Knee Shall Bow, 3 Times Driven, Made Alive, Matt Moore, Silversyde, Follower, Relesser, Project 13 and Saints of Denial.
Artists perform from 3 to 10 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday.
2) Hillbilly comic
Bob & Tom's famous hillbilly character Donnie Baker is performing all weekend at Laugh House Kokomo, downtown's new comedy club.
If you decide to go, there's a chance you'll hear about Donnie's mom who ran a strip club or the boat he's trying to sell (he's always in between boats).
There are shows at 7 and 9:30 p.m. today and Saturday. General admission tickets are $18, and VIP tickets are $23.
3) Take a garden stroll
Rain or shine, the Howard County Master Gardner Association will hold its annual garden stroll Saturday. Enjoy the self-guided tour of six local gardens in Howard County;
The stroll runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 the day of the tour.
See cottage gardens, whimsical gardens, a colorful city lot and even a garden planted at a condo. Get ideas and tips from the pros.