From a chill singer-songwriter show in northeast Minneapolis to a country-themed brunch show in St. Paul, here are the four shows to see this weekend.
The “Country Bumpkins of Minne and Whiskey” are headed to the Amsterdam Bar and Hall for a FREE show Friday night.
The night includes country/singer-songwriter songs and stories from Sarah Morris, Laura Nicholson and Rachel Sara Roberts.
It all starts at 9 p.m.
Northeast Minneapolis’ Honey has billed a great lineup for their early evening show Saturday!
The featured acts include local singer-songwriter Faith Boblett (with a stripped down band), Wisconsin-based Rivers and indie-folk songstress Hannah Connolly.
It all starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be over by 9:45 p.m., so it’s easy for the early folks … like me!
All ages are welcome! Entry is $5.
The night owls could totally leave the Honey and make it in time for the 311 Club show, no problem!
It’s another awesome lineup, but with more of a rock/distorted twist. The show features local acts Brilliant Beast, Daylily and Driftwood Pyre. All great bands.
The show, which is 21-plus, starts at 10 p.m.
I love including brunch-related shows in these lists … well … because I love brunch. And why not have brunch whilst listening to local, live music?
Here’s an option: A “good ‘ole country” brunch that features the music of Minneapolis-based Bourbon County.
So, grab a Bloody Mary, some huevos rancheros and fill your ears with some great music. And then take a good nap afterwards.
Brunch/show is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.