"GRASSROOTS CONCERTS are the nonprofit cultural offerings of a small, happy society of largely omnivorous but gentle folk dedicated to the preservation of live entertainment in vicarious times."


Fall 2019 CONCERT SCHEDULE PREVIEW




Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 - Dan Weber www.danwebermusic.com

Award-winning singer-songwriter Dan Weber from Vancouver, Washington, has been described as "The Classic Mid-Life Overnight Sensation." A former Park Ranger who began performing at age 40, he tells stories from the many roads he's traveled. "I love Dan's songs, and he tells some really good stories." - Ramblin' Jack Elliott



FRIDAY, Oct. 11, 2019 - David Huckfelt www.davidhuckfelt.com

In the fall of 2017, David Huckfelt left behind the camaraderie of his acclaimed band, the Pines, to embark on a solo project as Artist-In-Residence on Isle Royale, America's most remote & least visited National Park. His stunning solo debut album, "Stranger Angels," came out of that experience. "Huckfelt channels Leonard Cohen, acoustic psychedelia, and the natural world around him." - Jeff Gardner, Tucson Weekly


FRIDAY, Oct. 25 - Antje Duvekot www.antjeduvekot.com

Antje Duvekot immigrated to the U.S. at age 14 from Germany. A favorite of the Boston folk scene, Antje tours internationally, and holds several distinguished songwriting awards. "With a voice like hers, and songs this good, a producer just tries to get out of the way, do no harm, and let the artist speak for herself." - Richard Shindell



FRIDAY, Nov 8 - Cuckoo Bees on Facebook

The Cuckoo Bees are a uniquely musical and energetic trio from Duluth with Cory Coffman on guitar & vocals, Mikayla Haynes on Xylophone & vocals, and bassist Matt Mobley. These three percussion nerds together create music that is quirky, unique & full of energy. "Get a buzz on with the Bees." - Richard Thomas, Duluth Reader



FRIDAY, Nov. 22 - Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers www.sapsuckersmusic.com

The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers' original songs are a refreshing brand-new take on old-time country. Their music recalls classic hillbilly music while bringing a distinctly modern and lively touch to the Americana genre. "Enchanting harmonies. Note perfect fiddle playing...to be devoured by those who love old-time acoustic country music." - John Atkins, fROOTS Magazine.



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Nonprofit GRASSROOTS CONCERTS are held at the LIVE WELL NIGHTCLUB AND COFFEE BAR at the Journey Church, 5459 Lakers Lane, Nisswa, MN.


Admission is $10 at the door for adults and $5 for children under 12 with listening attention, when accompanied by an adult.


At all shows, seating is first-come, first-served. Showtime is 7:30 PM (doors open at 6:30), and you're encouraged to come early to claim your choice of seats.


At each concert, decidedly the best family entertainment in the Brainerd Lakes area, GRASSROOTS welcomes your nonperishable food (or cash) donation to a local food shelf.


Thanks for your support!


For additional concert information, please call 218-829-4092.


Give to the Max Day was Nov 15th but you can give anytime. Please support Grassroots with a tax exempt contribution by clicking the icon. Thank you for helping to continue quality concerts in the Lakes Area!





Peter Ostroushko needs our help! Peter is one of Grassroots most frequent and

beloved musicians and has serious health needs. For more information and to

support him go to his Gofundme page.




GRASSROOTS CONCERTS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under Internal Revenue Code.