Duluth musicians have until Dec. 31 to apply for entry in the Midwest Music Festival in Winona, April 18-20. This is the festival’s fourth year and is a great time for musicians and fans alike in this city-wide party much like Homegrown Music Festival in Duluth. Duluthians Charlie Parr, Haley Bonar, the Black-eyed Snakes and Matt Ray and Those Damn Horses along with other Minnesota bands from Doomtree, Chris Kouza, Lucy Michelle, Tapes and Tapes, Pert Near Sandstone and Honorary Winonan Nicholas David Mrozinski (aka dude from NBC’s the Voice and the Feelin’ Band) along with dozens more bands have played in past years.
The festival is held in many different venues in downtown Winona with both all-ages and 21+ shows, drawing people from all over the region. It is a great event, well managed with dozens of volunteers, and is growing larger and better every year. Above all, it is a great party!
Learn more and submit your music.
Bands, solo artists, DJs et. al. are all welcome to apply and the festival favors original music over cover bands.
See you this spring in Winona!