Local Gabriel Douglas Band

Gabe Douglas band graphic for Icehouse


2528 Nicollet Ave. S
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 276-6523


On sale Thursday, October 1, 2020, 10:00 AM






We appreciate you purchasing a ticket and wanting to come and support live music. Moreover, we appreciate your patience as we navigate these weird times. Due to the very limited capacity, we are suggesting a food and beverage minimum of (2) drinks or a plate of food purchased by each guest. This is not required; however, this what allows icehouse to stay afloat and continue to host shows. While we appreciate the purchase of the base cover charge, that money simply covers the cost to put the show on and pay the artists. We still need to cover the cost of our great staff and keep our lights on. We hope the community will continue to value what Icehouse uniquely provides, and show us some love so we can make it to the other side of this together!c Please click the link below to pre-purchase a food and beverage credit to be used the night of show and during any subsequent visit. If you are not able to purchase this in advance, we still look forward to seeing you at the show and hope you consider this when attending show. Thank you for your consideration.

Enter via the patio

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Gabriel Douglas

Gabriel can teeter between minimal, soft-spoken scarce valleys where the crowd hushes, to a full-on audio ascent as he howls and hails from tales of a life well-travelled. Enjoy the journey he leads us all on.

Gabriel Douglas has built his reputation on the churning, heavy-thumping blues rock of the 4onthefloor, whose sound is defined as much by his wild man warrior-bellow vocals as it is by the steady pulse of the four members’ synchronous bass-drum thuds—but a delve into the corners of his catalog reveals an artist with a startling breadth of interests. The man keeps busy, holding down gigs in several stylistically distinct groups while regularly performing and recording solo. The solo shows let the guttural howls show through and the songs breathe new lives as stripped down road songs.