Great Upcoming Events in Duluth This Week
Apr 20th: DINNER AND DRAFT SERIES #1: BEEF AND BREW NIGHT
Time: 7:00 pm
Presented by Clyde Iron Works and Lake Superior Brewing Company. Join us for the first of five custom menus in this unique Dinner and Draft Series spread throughout the year featuring special menus paired with carefully chosen brews and expert presentation by our own Lincoln Park's Lake Superior Brewing Company. For a low price of $35 per person/per event, you can enjoy this three-course meal. Reservations recommended. Call for more information about the Dinner and Draft Series. Held at 2920 West Michigan Street,
Call (218) 727-1150
Apr 23rd: ALZ We Want To Do Is Laugh: A Comedy Fundraiser To Fight Alzheimer's
Time: 6:00 pm
Join Renegade Improv, Bent Paddle Brewing Co. and the Young Champions for a one-night-only fundraising event to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association – ALZ We Want To Do Is Laugh. From 6pm till 7pm, enjoy Bent Paddle Beers and appetizers from the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe. Your ticket goes directly to supporting the work of the Alzheimer's Association. Tickets are $20.00. Held at 222 East Superior Street.
Call (218) 336-1416
Apr 23rd: Blue Heron Trading Company Cooking Class: Springtime Brunch for a Crowd
Time: 6:00 pm
Mother’s Day celebrations, bridal showers, or Sunday family gatherings would all be great venues for sharing this fresh spring menu: Campari Punch; Fresh Fruit Salad with Mint & Honey; Spring Quiche with Fresh Herbs; Potato Pancake Amuse-Bouche with Spring Onion and Smoked Fish; and Grandma Sophie’s Potica Coffee Cake. $30.00 and held at The Blue Heron Trading Company, 394 Lake Avenue South.
Call (218) 722-8799
Apr 23rd- Apr 26th: St. Scholastica Theatre presents: Blithe Spirit
Time: Thurs. - Sat. 7:30 pm/Sunday 2:00 pm
Noël Coward’s sharp wit shines in this hit comedy. As research for his new book, novelist Charles Condomine invites an eccentric medium, Madame Arcati, to the house to perform a séance. She inadvertently opens the door to another world and Charles soon finds himself haunted (quite literally) by his first wife, Elvira. Having re-married after Elvira’s death seven years ago, Charles finds himself in the middle of a crazy battle with his worldly and un-worldly wives. Tickets are $15.00 Adults; $10.00 Senior/Students. Held at Mitchell Auditorium.
Call (218) 723-7000
Apr 23rd - 26th, 30th - May 3rd : The Duluth Playhouse presents: Jesus Christ Superstar
Time: Thurs. - Sat 7:30 pm/Sunday at 2:00 pm
This rock opera follows the last week of Jesus' life through the eyes of his betrayer, Judas Iscariot. As Jesus rises as a prophet like a modern day celebrity with his radical teaching and social ideals, not all who follow him are entirely convinced. Rock out with this new take on the classic Gospel story. Held at 506 West Michigan Street.
Call (218) 733-7555
Apr 24th: Juicy J in Concert
Time: doors open at 6:30 pm
With Special Guest Brother Ali & GRRRL PRTY Opening acts and times are subject to change. This is an 18+ show. Tickets start at $30.00. Held in the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC) 350 Harbor Drive.
Apr 25th: 25th Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop
Time: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
In honor of the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day several downtown Duluth galleries, Duluth Art Institute, Phantom Galleries and Tweed Museum of Art - UMD will be hosting free receptions. Tour local galleries, visit with artists and watch demonstrations at this fun event. The 25th Annual Gallery Hop is being held as part of Earth Day week. There is plenty of free parking at DeWitt Seitz Marketplace, the lot west of the Depot and lot G at UMD. You can pick up a brochure with map of locations at any of the following Duluth locations: Art Dock Inc., Duluth Art Institute, Lake Superior Art Glass, Lizzard's Art Gallery & Framing, Siiviis of Sivertson Gallery, Tweed Museum of Art, UMD Department of Art & Design, and Waters of Superior.
Call (218) 722-6410
Apr 25th: Celebrate Earth Day at Duluth Farmers Market
Time: 10:00 am- 3:00 pm
Duluth Farmer's Market is kicking off their season with a fun family friendly celebration for Earth Day on the 25th of April. Local foods, music, artists, crafts and more. We have ordered tree seedlings for families to plant at home too. We are located on 14th Ave East and 3rd Street.
Call (907) 830-5999
Apr 26th: Minnesota Ballet's Dance Day at the Depot
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
The School of the Minnesota Ballet celebrates National Dance Week with a costume display, demonstrations of dance technique, presentations by upper-level students, and social dance for all. Free and held in the Depot's Great Hall at 506 West Michigan Street.
Call (218) 529-3742
Apr 26th- Apr 30th: 17th Annual Duluth Homegrown Music Festival
Time: varies by date and location
The Homegrown Music Festival is the annual community celebration showcasing the musical talent found in the Twin Ports. The festival features eight days of live music at over 30 venues, as well as locally produced poetry, video, and art presentations. The celebration culminates featuring 100+ bands at more than a dozen different venues in downtown Duluth. The festival features everything from a showcase of high school musicians to performances from internationally touring acts. From folk to rap to plain old “rawk and/or roll,” Homegrown is an authentically Duluth experience.
Call (218) 590-1210