The two best days of summer are back! The most picturesque festival in the Twin Cities, Rock the Garden returns for two days of great music in the heart of the city. The 2015 lineup features 10 bands ranging from Minnesota punk legends and stars of Afrobeat to scions of rock-and-roll history.
On their long-awaited sixth studio album Strangers to Ourselves, Modest Mouse demonstrate that they aren't afraid of experimenting in their veteran years while still delivering an album that will go down in history as a classic.
Rock the Garden has come and gone, but after ten bands, thousands of people and countless smiles, we can say that the Garden has officially been rocked. Find all the coverage here, and tune in this weekend to hear our Rock the Garden broadcast.
The Current's Jacquie Fuller has been a fan of Spoon for 16 of the band's 18-year career. Find out how Jacquie came to love the music of Spoon -- and listen to a playlist ahead of Spoon's performance at Rock the Garden on Sunday, June 22.
After sound-checking for a pre-tour last-minute small venue show in Austin, Texas, Spoon frontman Britt Daniel briefly spoke about their new album. They hit the road May 8, and stop in Minneapolis June 22 to headline day 2 of Rock the Garden.