All summer long in Minneapolis, the Banjo Brothers want to keep you seeking adventure by bike. Whether it's a Sunday roll around the lakes, a bike-camping adventure to Afton or a date-night with your sweetie by bike let the good times roll. We are pleased to announce our Sounds of Summer Concert Series is kicking off on June 27th from 4-6:30pm on June 27th.
We cal the exciting new venue the "Banjo Brothers Stage."
It's a warehouse by day and an intimate concert venue at night. In this case, it'll be "happy hour" show from 4-6:30pm on Friday June 27th. The Banjo Brothers Stage is a super-convenient venue by bicycle or even by foot. You can come by car too. There's ample off-street paking and it will be an easy walk. Bring a chair or a blanket to sit on. We've got two great acts lined up. Brianna Lane is a personal friend and the super-talented singer/sognwriter who helped put our Tiny Bikeshop Concert Series on the Map. King Mulhacen is a new band straight outta New York with a strong Minneapolis connection. The duo of Henry Bartholomay, a Southwest High School Grad and musical partner Seam Lemke, will be singing sweet harmonies from their debut album.
Located right off the Sabo Bridge at 28th street, this little grassy knoll has excellent acoustics and makes for a cozy spot to relax and have a post-work snack. The event is FREE and we'll have door prizes from Twin Six, Calhoun Cycle and bodylish. We hope you'll join us. Bring the family.