Anchorage does not shut down when it gets dark—well, that is when it actually does get dark (it’s still light at 3 am in the summer!). Bars here—and throughout Alaska—open early (in the morning) and close as late as 3 am on weekends. There's a ban on smoking in bars and bingo parlors, as well as in restaurants. The listings in the Alaska Dispatch News entertainment section, published on Friday, and in the free weekly Anchorage Press ( cover concerts, theater performances, movies, and a roundup of nightspots featuring live music.

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  • 1. Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse


    One of Anchorage's biggest bars, Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse serves up rock, blues, and folk several nights a week, along with dozens of microbrews (more...Read More

  • 2. Live After Five


    The city's bigger bands get the summer spotlight at Town Square Park. Designed for the after-work crowd, these Thursday evening shows start at 5:30 pm...Read More

  • 3. Sitzmark Bar & Grill

    Guests can ski straight to the back patio and firepit at this rollicking bar and grill. The Sitz hosts an event nearly every winter night...Read More

  • 4. Tap Root Public House


    Locals say this is one of the best places in town for live music. Jam, rock, folk and bluegrass bands rule the stage most nights....Read More

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