There’s a lot of music goin’ on Friday night in Downtown (and all around) Northfield.
Kim Bloom is at The Hideaway (421 Division Street) 7 – 9 pm, Jayber Crow (my pick for the weekend – check out their cut “The Limited Voice of the American Crow”) is at Hogan Brothers (415 Division Street) 7:30 pm, Gao Hong and Friends are at Carleton’s Concert Hall (on the College Campus) 8 pm, the Arianna Quartet is at St. Olaf’s Urness Recital Hall (on the College Campus) 8:15 pm, Tom Franek is at Froggy Bottoms (305 South Water Street) 9 pm, and Norwegian Cowboy is at the Tavern Lounge (Riverside of the Archer House – 212 Division Street).
There’s plenty tomorrow too.
The St. Olaf College Handbell Choir is in concert at Urness Recital Hall (on the College Campus) 3:30 pm, Kim Bloom is at the Hideaway, Holden On (hmmm…familiar name) is at Hogan Brothers (415 Division Street) 7 – 9 pm, there’s the St. Olaf College Band Spring Concert at Boe Chapel (on the College Campus) 7:30 pm, Trace Remington is at The Contented Cow, and Josh Petty is at The Tavern Lounge.
…and it continues on Sunday…
There’s an Art Opening and Reception for the Senior Show at St. Olaf’s Dittman Center (on the College Campus) 2 pm, the Andrew Carter Festival at Boe Memorial Chapel (on St. Olaf’s Campus) 3:30 pm and the Cannon Valley Youth Orchestra Spring Concert is at Emmaus Baptist Church (712 North Linden Street) 4:30 pm.
I didn’t even mention the The Pajama Game at the Arts Guild Theater (411 West Third Street) 7:30 pm Friday and Saturday and 2 pm Sunday, the Northfield High School Prom at the Grand Event Center with After Party at Jesse James Lanes (as Uncle Griff advised “Have fun and don’t be stupid”), and, what the heck, the Northfield New Home Tour throughout the area Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 5 pm.