Duluth Does Woodstock

Twenty local acts perform their interpretations of music from the historic Woodstock festival. All the groovy tunes and good vibes minus the rain, mud and crappy brown acid.

Scheduled to appear: Coyote, The Fontanelles, Rivulets, Rocketship to Nowhere, the Fish Heads, Andy Elwell and more.

Thursday, Oct. 8, 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart Music Center

Tickets $10 advance/$12 door

15 Comments

zra

about 11 years ago

y'know...it'd be tres cool if cool stuff like this took place on or around weekends so's folks with fams and regular joe 8-4:30 jobs could enjoy too...

zra

about 11 years ago

thanks, paul.

Tony D.

about 11 years ago

The pressing issue is, which local act will attempt to replicate that personification of the Peace and Love movement, Sha Na Na? And which 60's acid-etched anthem will they choose? Teen Angel? Duke Of Earl? Yakety Yak? At the Hop?

Seriously, which acts are playing which songs--is there a set list posted anywhere?

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

I'm going to stand around outside Sacred Heart and complain to the media about all the hippies and how they're destroying everything.

Barrett

about 11 years ago

Will brown acid be provided?

ericswan

about 11 years ago

Sorry, no Sha Na Na I never understood how they made the original bill in the first place

Barrett, BYOBA

Todd Gremmels

about 11 years ago

Dam hippies they want to change the world! Oh thats right they did!!!!!!!!!

And then they did it again and again and again and they will have to pull my Peace Sign from my cold dead fingers to get me to give it up!!!!

I am sorry I thought I was Moses for a secound.

Peace

PS Barret the Kool Aid will be 25 cents and the sugar cubes $25.00.

Jim M

about 11 years ago

Does someone get to beat Abbie Hoffman over the head with an SG?

zra

about 11 years ago

who's gonna play the Star Spangled Banner at the end?

Todd Gremmels

about 11 years ago

ZRA,

None other than The Tico Three AKA Isrial Malachi!

Peace

Shane

about 11 years ago

I am a bit sad about no Sha Na Na.  Even the lame stuff we all want to forget should be included in history.  Anyone remember the 1970s?

Todd Gremmels

about 11 years ago

Barely!

It is a kind of blurr!!

Some Bronx Zoo with some Matrix and Thrust thrown in the fog.

Oh ya I saw Ten Years After with the back up band Fleetwood Mac.

Led Zeppilin, The Who, Dark Side of the Moon tour and all of them - if my memory is correct at the Met (it used to be were the Mall of America is now).

Wow "what a strange trip this has been".

Peace

Liz

about 11 years ago

Anybody see the movie "Taking Woodstock"?  It was pretty good, funny, sweet and well-told, I thought ; )

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