NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES | Hear music in Minnehaha Park

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Summer’s here, and that means it is time for music and movies in Minneapolis’ many parks.

Catch a musical performance Wednesday to Friday night at Minnehaha Park’s bandshell (just east of Sea Salt Eatery). Shows start at 7 p.m. Bring bug spray and a blanket. Feel free to enjoy a picnic supper with friends and family.  

See the full schedule online at http://www.mplsmusicandmovies.com/

SCHEDULE AT MINNEHAHA PARK
• Friday, June 01, Postina, Engaging alterna-pop-rock
• Wednesday, June 06, The Poptones, Original indie-pop rock band
• Thursday, June 07, Harmony in the Park, Classical MPR presents a choral festival in the park
• Friday, June 08, The Melvilles, Rock, Folk, Pop, Country – Fun!
• Wednesday, June 13, 7 Cats Swing, Swingin’ jazz standards
• Thursday, June 14, Minnesota Association of Songwriters, Original music made in Minnesota
• Friday, June 15, New Revival of Present Days, Musical Rodeo Round up of Love
• Wednesday, June 20, Media Addicts, Miles Davis meets Tool
• Thursday, June 21, Taluqua, Guitars and Harmonies of Summer
• Friday, June 22, Tom, Dick & Harry, Fun, Rockin’ Originals and Covers
• Wednesday, June 27, Scrapegoat Skin & Bones, Acoustic blues and country music
• Thursday, June 28, Kairos Dance Theatre, Intergenerational dance for the “young at heart”
• Friday, June 29, Tim Fast, Acoustic Singer Songwriter
• Wednesday, July 04, NO CONCERT SCHEDULED
• Thursday, July 05, Slovczech, Central European Folk Rock
• Friday, July 06, The Slush Puppies, Lovely Jazz/Blues/Pop Quartet
• Wednesday, July 11, Twin Cities Jazz Cats, Standard songs with swing
• Thursday, July 12, The Rich Lewis Band, Acoustic Rhythm and Blues
• Friday, July 13, Sonic Love Child, Classic and Original Country, Folk and Roots
• Wednesday, July 18, Twin Cities Show Chorus, Barbershop A Capella Show Chorus
• Thursday, July 19, Flute Cocktail, Family friendly flute ensemble
• Friday, July 20, Silent Agency, Unique, high energy rock trio
• Wednesday, July 25, Patchouli, High energy Folk meets Flamenco
• Thursday, July 26, Ticket to Brasil, Brazilian Jazz, Bossa Nova, Samba
• Friday, July 27, The Maeflies, Original Americana Country-Rock Ensemble
• Wednesday, August 01, Wayne Hamilton & Friends, Entertaining, engaging songs and music
• Thursday, August 02, Dandelion Wine, Original folk/rock with a bluesy twist
• Friday, August 03,  Bill Geezy and the New Deal, Handmade American music
• Wednesday, August 08, Yodel A-Go-Go, Rockabilly, jump blues, vintage rock
• Thursday, August 09, IPR Presents: Music in the Parks, A Variety of Styles to Enjoy
• Friday, August 10, Erin Rogue, Irish and beyond!
• Wednesday, August 15, Store Bought Hair, Dixieland With Store Bought Hair
• Thursday, August 16, Wild Cathedral
• Friday, August 17, Jennifer Licko, Transcending Traditional Celtic Music with Song
• Wednesday, August 22, Rex Haberman Band, Rock-roots Americana
• Thursday, August 23, Sweet Rhubarb, Eclectic women’s trio; rich harmonies
• Friday, August 24, The BZ Girls, Acoustic pop/jazz covers and originals
• Wednesday, August 29,  Brio Brass, 44 member rockin’ brass band
• Thursday, August 30, Jack Pearson, Musician & Storyteller, Folk/Americana/Singer-songwriter
• Friday, August 31,   Chris Head and the Honchos, Country-rock meets power-pop
• Monday, September 03, Laughing Waters Bluegrass Festival

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