Twin Cities' Roots, Rock, and Deep Blues Music Festival

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City Pages Best Rock Festival 2014 Star Tribune Best Block Party 2014

tickets available at the door




4th Annual
Twin Cities' Roots, Rock, and Deep Blues Festival

Saturday July 19
Gates: 12pm
Music: 1-10pm
rain or shine

30+ bands on 5 stages:
   ~ Patrick's Cabaret
   ~ Harriet Brewing
       (outdoor & indoor)
   ~ Mosaic Café
   ~ The Hub Bike Coop

$15 in advance
$20 at the door

.......the local alternative to suburban schlock rock and shitty beer.......



"The stellar lineup...a great, eclectic mix of bands...bring their talent to one of the most diverse and entertaining musical lineups of the summer."
~ City Pages

"This is an awesome lineup and a really good deal."
~ The Current's blog

"This one-day music marathon event is for serious local music fans."
~ Minnesota Monthly

Recently honored as "Best Rock Festival" by City Pages Best Of 2014 issue and "Best Block Party" in Star Tribune's Best of MN issue, this year's installment will again boast 5 musical stages showcasing 30+ local, regional, and national acts in a wide variety of styles and genres. In addition, this community event will feature local DJs, dance performance, visual artists, performance art, craft foods and beverages.

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Patrick's Cabaret is grateful for the support of the McKnight Foundation, VSA Minnesota, the Laura Jane Musser Fund, the Tomorrow Foundation, the Moore Family Fund for the Arts of the Minneapolis Foundation, the Choi-Chiu and King-Wo Lam Family Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation, the Lake Street Council, the Longfellow Business Association, the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council from an appropriation by the Minnesota Legislature, the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and COMPAS' United Arts Fund, including contributions from hundreds of employees at companies throughout Minnesota.