From an indie folk EP release at the Icehouse to the iconic World’s Most Dangerous Polka Band playing a dangerous brunch this Sunday, here are the four shows to see this weekend!
Luke Redfield, an indie folk artist hailing from Duluth, Minnesota, has done his share of drifting around the states and his music reflects that well.
Redfield will be showcasing his new EP, “Uncover The Magic”, at the Icehouse Friday.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Doors open at 10:30 p.m. with music at 11 p.m. Romantica and DJ Martin Dosh are also on the bill.
SATURDAY: Craig Finn @ The Woman’s Club Of Minneapolis
Minneapolis-based and “The Boss”-influenced Craig Finn – of indie rock group, The Hold Steady – is bringing his “Faith In The Future” tour to the Woman’s Club of Minneapolis this weekend.
There, he’ll be playing tracks from his second solo album, also called “Faith In The Future”, which he released in September — and more! Esme Patterson also joins the bill.
Doors open at 7 p.m., tickets are $25 and the show is open to all ages.
Described as an old-time, bluegrass American stringband, Pert’ Near Sandstone is bringing their sounds to the legendary First Avenue.
Joining them on the bill: Split Lip Rayfield and Hobo Nephews Of Uncle Frank.
Turf Club’s new, monthly brunch series features the iconic group known for being the house band at Nye’s Polonaise: the World’s Most Dangerous Polka Band.
“The World’s Most Dangerous Polka Band at the Turf Club is a perfect fit,” General Manager Nate Kranz said. “We’ve both been popular longer than most of our fans have been alive, and we felt like with Nye’s impending closing we had to make sure this iconic group has a new home.”
The brunch takes place every last Sunday of the month, 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. through the end of 2015. Music starts at 11 a.m.
Note: thanks to local music guru, Katie Wohlers, for providing assistance with this post!