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July 24, 2019: Find It In Duluth!Live music, trains, comedy, bow hunting, craft brew - all ahead this week in Duluth!
By: Maarja Anderson Hewitt | July 24, 2019
Happy Wednesday! Another busy week full of fun in Duluth – here’s a look at what you might find:
Tonight, head to Glensheen for their fourth Concerts on the Pier of July! Black River Revue headlines tonight’s concert, with opener Jerree Small. Gates open at 5pm and music starts at 6pm and as always, it’s FREE!
Black River Revue The Fish Heads
You’ll find more FREE live music Thursday at the Gary New Duluth Recreation Center. The Fish Heads are back for another great evening of music and fun. The event runs from 5-8pm, get the details on their Facebook Event.
Looking for some laughs? Jerry Seinfeld is bringing his show to the DECC Thursday. There are still a few tickets available as of the posting of this blog. The show begins at 7pm in Symphony Hall. Get tickets here.
If you’re big into bow hunting you will definitely want to check out Bowfest at Mont du Lac this weekend! The festival runs Thursday-Sunday and is the world’s largest 3D shooting festival. Festival passes also include access to two concerts – Clink Black on Friday night and Clay Walker on Saturday night. Learn more, here.
All aboard! Thomas and Percy are making their way back north for their first of two weekends at the Depot this summer. Day Out With Thomas runs July 26-28 & August 2-4. Advance ticket purchases are strongly encouraged, as trains do sell out. Get the details.
A craft beer heaven will manifest at Bayfront Festival Park on Saturday – it’s All Pints North Brew Fest! The event is currently sold out and they won’t be releasing any more tickets, so if you don’t have a ticket – keep it in mind for next year! 120+ Minnesota breweries, live music, vendors, right on the harbor – it’s a pretty awesome event! More info.
Tuesday, Duluth Pack is hosting their second Tasting Tuesdays of the summer. Enjoy free samples from Blacklist while you shop! Held from 3-6pm. Check out their Facebook Event for more information.
And that brings us to the beginning of August – where did July go?! Don’t worry we still have plenty to enjoy this summer, check back next week to see what we have in store. As always, we hope to see you soon!
Maarja Anderson Hewitt
Media Communications Manager, Visit Duluth