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October 6 – Turtles! Parr! Ness. Clyde!

I’m hosting a concert to raise money in support of music programs in the Public Schools.  We’ve got a few old friends who’ve agreed to play for a good cause.  Tickets for this show go on sale on Friday and will sell out quickly – you won’t want to miss this show.   Details here

I love the concert poster.  Thanks to Vega Productions for pulling this together.

24 Comments

doubledutch

about 3 years ago

Ooh, I want that poster.

Sean

about 3 years ago

It's a cool poster. But we could also just work cooperatively and tax for this type of educational programming in our schools. We've really come to this? I feel like a socialist right now.

Wes Scott

about 3 years ago

Are they good!

Andrew O

about 3 years ago

How can you get the poster? Anyone know?

jay

about 3 years ago

What is the showtime?

adam

about 3 years ago

No showtime listed. And the Live at Clyde website (where you are directed to buy tickets online) hasn't been updated since April.

Frank Nichols

about 3 years ago

Excellent idea. First thing they cut seems to be the arts. I'd like to help, I can get the Mud Puppies to do an opening benefit hour, I'd love to play for this. Great Idea. Progressive even.

tom

about 3 years ago

Don, I think it's OK to give yourself an exclamation point too.

Danny G

about 3 years ago

That poster is really great. Put it up for sale with proceeds going to the cause. Can't find a local printer, put it up at cafepress or something.

zman

about 3 years ago

Is Duluth floating away -OR- being enveloped by The Nothing in that poster?

Maroon Loon

about 3 years ago

I'd buy one. Maybe a local printer would donate the printing.

doubledutch

about 3 years ago

Clearly, poster sales would bring some extra dollars to this fundraiser. Make it happen, Donny!

Don Ness

about 3 years ago

Posters (including some signed by the artists) will be for sale at the event. I'll see if they can have some prints made available earlier. Tickets are $20 and will be available at both Clyde and the Electric Fetus.

bluenewt

about 3 years ago

It is a very cool poster. What is the building that looks like a three-slot toaster lying on its side?

Jason

about 3 years ago

Awesome. Looking forward to the show.

Ben

about 3 years ago

For what it's worth: I live far out of town, cannot make the show, but would gladly pay money to buy that poster on the internet.

Rachel

about 3 years ago

Holy crap that's my birthday! Thanks for the best present ever, Don!

Stephanos

about 3 years ago

This is sweet. If Roger Dean were to incorporate a depiction of Duluth in his artwork, this is how I would imagine it. Who was the artist, by the way? And oh yeah, tasty concert, too.

zra

about 3 years ago

It looks a little more Tolkienish than Deanish to me, though I can see the Yes album influence.

Andrew O

about 3 years ago

Who was the artist? Any contact information out there?

Don Ness

about 3 years ago

The artist is Adam Slaybaugh.

Jupiter Gingy

about 3 years ago

Wondering when these tickets are available... Took a quick jaunt down to Fetus this afternoon where I was informed they hadn't received any tickets yet, and the Clyde website looks as though it has not been updated since May. Is in-person at Clyde the only way to go about getting tickets for this wonderful event?

Kiel

about 3 years ago

Any idea where I could get one of these posters??? I would be more than happy to pay for this sweet photo.

Jim

about 3 years ago

Sorry Mayor, but I have to say it. You are doing a hell of a job. I'm impressed everytime I hear or see you represent our city. I know you're a lib, and that's OK. I wouldn't know what party you represent if it wasn't for you stumping for someone (Can't remember- Jimmy or Hussein). Whatever, because no one is perfect. I know my kudos may cause you to have a bit of a chill, but what the hell. You deserve it. The kudos that is.

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