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05/31/2021 06:48AM  
I cannot wait until concerts get going again. Feel kind of lost without some. Anyone else thinking the same or have any upcoming dates?
 
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Bearpath9
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06/04/2021 08:06AM  
Just saw an ad for "Guns and Roses" coming to town. I'll pass on that one.
 
06/04/2021 10:18AM  
Just looking forward to the free Thursday night shows at Mears Park in St. Paul. Was thinking about heading to Colorado to see the Dead and Company in October, but I refuse to purchase tix for any show on a resale site that jacks the snot out of the original price.
 
06/04/2021 12:40PM  
I am going to this little concert next weekend June 12th. Help the BWCA, Music beer and camping for ~$25- yup I'm in. The Edge of Everywhere

Echoes from Iron Ore is a collaborative, independent roots music album recorded in March 2021 in a small cabin at the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA). Produced by Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles, Dead Man Winter), the album features a cast of local musicians and will help raise money and awareness for the protection of the BWCA. You can hear samples of the music at echoesfromironore.com.
 
06/06/2021 02:59PM  
Soledad: "I am going to this little concert next weekend June 12th. Help the BWCA, Music beer and camping for ~$25- yup I'm in. The Edge of Everywhere


Echoes from Iron Ore is a collaborative, independent roots music album recorded in March 2021 in a small cabin at the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA). Produced by Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles, Dead Man Winter), the album features a cast of local musicians and will help raise money and awareness for the protection of the BWCA. You can hear samples of the music at echoesfromironore.com."


That looks amazing. I'm off too but sadly I'm pretty sure taking my god daughter for her 21st will render me useless that day. Hope it is a great time.
 
bwcamjh
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06/16/2021 05:33PM  
Nothing planned for the near future but looking forward to seeing and hearing live music again, not just me or family members or on line.

Not much interested in paying high or outrageous ticket prices as well. Ye, we all gotta eat but I don't have to keep all the high dollar acts living their lifestyle.

I'll focus on local music as much as possible.
 
06/18/2021 02:04PM  
bwcamjh: "Nothing planned for the near future but looking forward to seeing and hearing live music again, not just me or family members or on line.


Not much interested in paying high or outrageous ticket prices as well. Ye, we all gotta eat but I don't have to keep all the high dollar acts living their lifestyle.


I'll focus on local music as much as possible."


Yes I just went to Thirsty Pagan and there was a solo act ... he was really good too. Let me try to find his name.

Justin
 
moray
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06/18/2021 04:15PM  
Just bought tickets to see the Dropkick Murphy’s in October. Trying to talk my wife into going to see the Black Crows in August. Hoping to add a few more shows to the list. I really miss live music!
 
07/16/2021 02:54PM  
Nice Moray: Dropkick would be awesome to see.

I just bought tickets for Meshuggah so I am excited about that and hope to see more acts pop up around here.
 
moray
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07/19/2021 08:08PM  
I’ve seen Flogging Molly a few times but never the Murphy’s. Looking forward to it. I tickets to see the FooFighters last Saturday night but it was postponed due to Covid. Was bummed.
 
Jackfish
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11/05/2021 02:45PM  
My wife and I got to see The Eagles at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on October 2nd. First time seeing them after wanting to see them forever. Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmidt, Deacon Frey and Vince Gill, along with Steuart Smith and their backing instrumentalists. In addition, the St. Paul Symphony and a 50-member choir played and sang during a few songs. It was an amazing night.

We have attended a large number of concerts over the years, a list as long as your arm, and if the Eagles concert isn't our favorite, it's in a group of the Top 3. Almost three hours of GREAT tunes and entertainment.

And not to stop there, we just saw Chicago last Friday night. Probably the 4th or 5th time. Three original members still in the band - Robert Lamm, James Pankow and Lee Loughnane - but several others have been with the band for 15-20 years+. The main guys are in their 70s now, but the shows they put on are fantastic and full of energy every time they're on stage. Unbelievably fun. And we were lucky enough to be in the 6th row center! Even better yet!
 
11/05/2021 04:54PM  
Wow, Jackfish.

I saw the Eagles in Fargo 10 years ago but they did not have that kinda of backup. That would have been cool.

I saw Bob Dylan in Billings around 20 years ago and I think I was around 3rd row center. The whole place only held about 2,500 people so there would not have a bad seat in the house.
 
Jackfish
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02/13/2022 10:24PM  
Has anyone here seen the Irish group We Banjo 3?
 
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