Happy Weekend! Here are the 5 things you won’t want to miss in Northfield, Minnesota this weekend!
Paula Lammers (3-5pm) – Paula Lammers is “a solid soprano voice who shares each song’s story with heartfelt conviction, clear diction and a sweet (but not too-sweet) tone, swing where it needs to swing, energy where it needs to pop, wistful musing or upbeat sunshine as the story merits” –Andrea Canter, Jazz Police.com. A native of St. Peter, MN, Paula has released two acclaimed recordings in the company of small ensembles of Twin Cities’ top musicians. Paula Lammers can reverse the winter’s wind chill or the summer’s heat wave with songs that engage your heart as well as your ears.
Sweet Jazz (6-8pm) – Christina Schwietz (vocals), Peter Webb (keyboard), David Miller (drums, flugelhorn, melodica) and Bruce Jensen (bass). Their name says it all.
The Gentlemen’s Anti-Temperance League (9-11pm) – A string quartet playing swing and gypsy jazz influenced pop songs.
Presented by the Twin Cities area food co-ops to showcase the local farmers that bring local foods to our tables. Pick up your tour booklet at Just Food Coop. More at facebook.com/EatLocalFarmTour.
After cutting his teeth with various college bands and acoustic duos, Dave Hudson made his way through the Minneapolis music scene writing and singing his own blend of melodic acoustic-rock music. His style has been compared to the likes of the Gin Blossoms, U2 and the Counting Crows. His self-styled mix of cover songs ranging from the ’80s, ’90s and today, blended with his own recorded and nationally released music, has kept crowds coming back for more. On the Lily PADio. (In inclement weather, show moves to 9pm-12:30am inside).
No reservations needed – just walk up, order and wait for your number to be up on the board. The new kitchen and restrooms are located just behind the barn which is where you will find the menu board and place your order. Your 16″ pizza will come in a cardboard box with you supplying plates, utensils, beverages, appetizers, etc. (beer & wine are OK, too). Bringing along a blanket or table/chairs is a good idea.
Need more ideas for a great weekend in Northfield? Check out our entire events calendar HERE!