The Current heads north to Duluth for summer fun and local music at the end of the month.
Join Morning Show hosts Jill Riley and Steve Seel on Friday, July 25, from 3 to 7 p.m., for a live broadcast from Endion Station Public House in Canal Park, a new taphouse and ciderhouse from the Fitger's Brewhouse parent company. Stop by for a happy hour hang, great music, and summertime fun with Jill and Steve. Mayor Don Ness will join the live broadcast, along with Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker of the band Low and Trivia Mafia.
Then, head over to the Red Herring Lounge for "The Current Does Duluth", a live concert featuring music by Duluthians Low, Tin Can Gin and Sarah Krueger. Tickets for the 21+ event are $10 and available at thecurrent.org.
On Saturday, Team Current will be hanging out at All Pints North Summer Brew Fest at Bayfront Festival Park. Meet the hosts and pick up some sweet Current swag while you enjoy Minnesota's craft brews and live music.
More information about The Current Heads to Duluth available at the Current website. This program is supported in part by the Minnesota Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
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