Twin Cities’ Roots, Rock, & Deep Blues Festival


Jul 13, 2013
01:00 PM until 10:00 PM


For this third annual event, Patrick's Cabaret will be partnering with neighbors Mosaic Cafe and Harriet Brewing Company to present and host three outdoor stages and one indoor stage at Harriet Brewing. Beer from Harriet Brewing will be available at all stage locations, with a full menu available at Mosaic Cafe and plenty of food truck options at Harriet Brewing.

Music Lineup:
Meat Puppets
Chastity Brown Band
Spider John Koerner
Zoo Animal
Kenneth Brian Band
Mississippi Gabe Carter
Poverty Hash
Crankshaft & The Gear Grinders
Kent Burnside & The New Generation
Ten Foot Pole Cats
Molly Gene
The Fattenin' Frogs
Enemy Planes
Dead Pigeons
Only Living Boy
Joe Novelli (Marvin & The Cloud Wall)
Black Audience
Fireroast Mountain Boys
Bootstrap Family Band
The Erik Koskinen Band
Bernie King & The Guilty Pleasures
Jeff Ray & Hurricane Harold
Lonesome Dan Kase
And very special returning headliner from last year!

Additional Attractions:
Indoor Cooling Lounge w/DJ
Jawaahir Dance Company
Local Artisans and Glass Blowers

A limited amount of tickets are available in advance for a discounted price of $15 online or at Electric Fetus, Patrick's Cabaret, and Harriet Brewing. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the gate for $20.




View map Patrick's Cabaret
3010 Minnehaha Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN

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Chris Mozena

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