April 17, 2015
Eight days and more than two hundred performances will bring a mix of musical stylings across the cities of Duluth and Superior area bars, taverns, cafes, coffee shops and restaurants. The Duluth Homegrown Music Festival begins Sunday, April 26 and ends May 3. The schedule is jam-packed with musical artists, a few filmmakers and other artists.
Buy a weeklong pass for just $25! Tickets may be purchased for the week, weekend or daily. There are venues for all ages and others for only the 21 and older crowd. The festival allows locals to showcase their talent at venues that you may not have ever gone into before. Artists from all genres of music can be found playing so be sure to hop around to find your favorites!
The hottest ticket will be for Wednesday, April 29, when Big Wave Dave and the Ripples followed by the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra and the finale of Trampled by Turtles will take the main stage at Clyde Iron Works.
And there is more than just performances to enjoy. On Saturday, May 2, at Chester Bowl Park there is the Rock ’n’ Run and the Homegrown Kickball Classic.
With so much to enjoy during the week, make your reservation early for a clean and comfortable room to come back to each day.