PDD Quiz: Homegrown 2022

Grab your field guide and start getting (cautiously) excited about the return of the Duluth Homegrown Music Festival with this week’s quiz!

The next PDD quiz rolls your way on April 24; it will cover this month’s headlines. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by April 21.

#1 When was the last in-person Homegrown Music Festival?

Homegrown 2020 and Homegrown 2021 had virtual events due to the pandemic.

#2 Who curated the 2022 Homegrown Rawk and/or Roll mix?

This year’s mix tape (and those from previous years) can be found the Duluth Homegrown Bandcamp page.

#3 Which local artist is designing this year’s Homegrown T-shirt?

Read more about Jonathan Thunder on the Homegrown website.

#4 Which local artist designed the cover of the 2022 Homegrown field guide?

Learn more about Emily Koch in this Selective Focus article on PDD.

#5 The Homegrown Music Festival is partnering with this band to offer a $5,000 grant to Twin Ports musicians.

Applications are due by May 1; read more about the Palomino grant here.

#6 Where will the Duluth Mayor’s reception be held?

The mayor’s proclamation will take place at 4 p.m. on May 1.

#7 This year’s Homegrown Children’s Music Showcase will take place at the Duluth Public Library Plaza and this nearby venue.

The Homegrown Children’s Music Showcase will take place on Sunday, May 1.

#8 Which venue is new to Homegrown this year?

Jade Fountain and Earth Rider Brewery’s festival grounds are also new in 2022.

#9 Which artist is slated to close out Homegrown on May 8?

Gaelynn Lea will perform at 4:30 p.m. at the Duluth Public Library Plaza.

#10 True or False: Homegrown 2022 will feature the first proclamation of Soup Town Night by the mayor of Superior.

The Soup Town proclamation will take place at 5:50 p.m. on May 5 at the Earth Rider Brewery festival grounds.


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