I’m sure many Duluthians overheard the vibrating sounds that echoed from Bayfront Park this weekend, considering Mayor Don Ness received a handful of tweets regarding how loud the music was. Yes, the music was a little loud, but the bands that played brought a lot of energy, and it was all for a good cause.
Lou Campbell of Campbell Productions hosted the 2015 Tribute Fest, an event that raises money for homeless veterans.
On Friday, Tribute Fest kicked off with Duluth native Todd Eckart, who covered Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Ray Orbison. The night followed with tributes to Stevie Ray Vaughn (Monny Ray and Triple Trouble), Prince (Chase and Ovation), Lynyrd Skynyrd (Freebird), and Metallica (One).
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