3D Concert Series


Jun 9, 2012 to Oct 13, 2012
05:00 PM until 09:00 PM

This event occurs every 2 week(s) on Saturday.


Franconia’s second annual 3-D Music series invites musical artists to the Franconia Sculpture Park to perform bi-monthly on Saturdays from July until October. The musicians perform in the Franconia Earthen Amphitheater, which was completed in July of 2009. The 3-D Concert series exposes our community to a wide range of musical artists over the course of four months, while featuring tours and the continuous exhibition of world-class sculpture on view at Franconia. 

June 9: Hastings 3000, Phantom Tails
June 23: Cromulent Shakespeare Co., Thea Ennen
July 14: John Wayne and the Pain
July 28: Tropical Zone Orchestra
August 11 Kids Night: The Undergroove, Randy the Frog Guy, Normanzo the great
August 25 80's Night: Apollo Cobra, Michael Paul Duo
September 8: Atlantis Quartet
October 13: Squib

This event is made possible, in part, by a grant from the East Central Regional Arts Council with funds provided by the Minnesota State Legislature.




View map Franconia Sculpture Park
29836 St. Croix Trail
Franconia, MN

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Franconia Sculpture Park



Contact name

John Hock

Contact email


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