Cool Shows Next Week 8/26 – 9/1


Tuesday 8/27

Musicians Rising with Kiss the Tiger and Friends at the Icehouse – TICKETS

This benefit show is part of Musicians Rising for Climate Justice, a series of shows to support the climate justice organization, MN350. MN350 unites Minnesotans as part of a global movement to end the pollution damaging our climate, speed the transition to clean energy, and create a just and healthy future for all. Learn more about MN350 HERE

Tuesday’s show will feature Kiss The Tiger, Daniel Bonespur, and Christian Bardin


Thursday 8/29

A Tribute to Shania Twain at the Turf Club – TICKETS

This tribute to Shania features a powerhouse of female Twin Cities musicians Jillian Rae, Lydia Liza, Savannah Smith, Faith Boblett, Jaedyn James, Mae Simpson. They will be backed by members of General B and the Wiz, Ruben, The Federales, Tabah, Sleep Study, and The Plott Hounds. Proceeds to benefit Planned Parenthood and Women Winning.


Friday 8/30

jackLNDN at the Entry – TICKETS

Born in London, Jack entered the world of music young, singing in professional choirs from the age of 7. By 10 he had performed for and met the Queen as well as recorded at the famous Abbey Road studios in London. He grew up in a family that listened almost exclusively to jazz, funk and classical in equal measure, making his sound reflection both that and his choral past. Jack is a rare hybrid of producer/singer/instrumentalist frequently using his own vocals in his music, including tracks The Feels, Never Get Enough, Start Over Again, All I See and more… translating into live performances that are truly unique.


American Pleasure Dome at Truckstop Gallery – EVENT INFO

American Pleasure Dome is a four piece rock and roll band from Minneapolis, Mn. Band leader and songwriter Hans Schumacher writes songs drawing from a musical palette that includes rock, alt country, and folk. As an artist, Hans tries to connect with listeners by creating enticing sonic landscapes. The songs share a playful perspective on the complex issues of modern life. As a band, American Pleasure Dome is musically exploitative, and brings a wide range of influences to their sound.