PDD Quiz: Homegrown 2024

Grab your field guide and study up for this week’s PDD quiz, which previews the upcoming 2024 Homegrown Music Festival.

A PDD current events quiz comes your way on April 28. Submit question ideas to Alison Moffat [email protected] by April 24.

#1 Which venue–with standing capacity for 2,000–is this year’s largest?

Amsoil will host The Brothers Burn Mountain, Woodblind, A Band Called Truman, and Big Wave Dave & the Ripples on Tuesday, April 30.

#2 Who designed the cover art for this year’s field guide?

Learn more about Geniusz’s art here.

#3 This new venue in the Lincoln Park Craft District will host Dre aka Jamaican, Campfire Tranarchists, and The Emporium.

Legacy Cannabis, formerly Legacy Glassworks, opened in its new location in 2024.

#4 Which band has played the most times at Homegrown?

Fronted by Homegrown birthday boy Scott “Starfire” Lunt, the band will have played 14 different venues over 22 Homegrown appearances.

#5 2024 will be the inaugural year for this Homegrown event.

Catch the Homegrown Variety Showcase on Friday, May 3 at Studio 4.

#6 Though shows have previously been held in the old Russell Creamery building, 2024 will be the first Homegrown for this business.

Havana’s will host Teague Alexy & the Common Thread, Polkarobics and Nvr Tgthr on Thursday, May 2.

#7 Which brewery is releasing Hoppy Homegrown Ale?

Hoops Brewing will host a founder’s reception on Sunday, April 28.

#8 This art deco theater will host Homegrown shows for the first time in 2024.

Horse Fzce, Israel Malachi Orchestra and Father Hennepin will play the West Theatre on Wednesday, May 1.

#9 Who designed this year’s Homegrown T-shirt?

Learn more about Hoban and his work here.

#10 This venue, new to Homegrown, will host shows on May 3 and 4.

Read more about the Moorish Room on the Duluth News Tribune website.


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