PathwaysArts, the all things art outpost in Chilmark, is nearing the end of its offseason residence at the Chilmark Tavern. Soon the space will return to its restaurant life as the seasonal shift begins.

But before that happens, there are opportunities the next two weekends to enjoy the power of live music.

This Friday, April 12, brings today’s youth together with yesterday’s sound.

The L.A.B. is comprised of the dynamic duo Elliot Berz and Oliver Larkosh, with influences stretching from 80s punk and 90s hop hop. The pair started making music in 2020 to drive the pandemic blues away, which led to their first album about failing high school during quarantine. The music is raw and funny.

The Divergents are more hardcore punk, featuring high school students Robbie Seaton on lead vocals and guitar, Gabe Walters on background vocals and bass. Elliott Berz of The L.A.B. joins them on drums for this performance.

Showtime for this free admission event is 7 to 9:30 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.

Then on April 19, a trio of acts takes the stage: Setsunai, Allison Roberts & Friends and The Outskirts. Showtime is 7 to 9 p.m.

PathwaysArts is located at the Chilmark Tavern, 9 State Road in Chilmark.