Duluth Space Jam

Friday, March 27
Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium
University of Minnesota Duluth
7 p.m. AA
$5 suggested donation

SkoalKodiak
Thunderbolt Pagoda
Moonstone
Brothers Band (Duluth’s own (think: Sleep/Sabbath))
A possible second day (i.e. March 28) is in the works.

12 Comments

rediguana

about 12 years ago

Brain hemorrhage!

Barrett

about 12 years ago

This should be grounds for dismissal.

Barrett

about 12 years ago

Yeah, sorry, but I just couldn't let that happen. New policy: No animated GIFs in PDD posts.

h8 life

about 12 years ago

i understand why y'all h8 flashing .gif's

but "grounds for dismissal?" totes harsh!

baci

about 12 years ago

er .. who books these shows ... my band would love to play he planetarium ... we have a whole set of space music

Cooper

about 12 years ago

one of my buddies is a part of putting this show on...I'm sure he would be happy to have more bands play.
and by the way-The Brothers Band, hell yes.

Bear Paw

about 12 years ago

IF ANYTHING YOU ALL SHOULD COME OUT TO SEE THE BROTHERS BAND I CANT BELIEVE THEY ARE PLAYING SUCH A SMALL GIG LIKE THIS THEY SHOULD BE PLAYING AT THE DECC

totalfreedomrock

about 12 years ago

anyone know who's putting this show on?
or if the saturday show is on??
my email is: [email protected]
thanks!

paul

about 12 years ago

unfortunately saturday isn't happening :(

i can't make it to either for i will be in seattle with the amazing,
Lucy Michelle & The Velvet Lapelles..

edgeways

about 12 years ago

hey hey.. we just say Lucy Michelle etc at square lake this summer, liked them v. much

edgeways

about 12 years ago

er... saw, not say

Ian V.

about 12 years ago

this is happening in less than a week
im really excited and hope everyone can make it

holy shit this is going to be so loud

~FREE ear plugs will be available~

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