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Duluth's Newest Venue Marks Opening with 3-day Music Bonanza

Updated: 06/05/2014 11:11 PM
Created: 06/05/2014 9:55 PM WDIO.com

Thursday marked opening day for Duluth's newest bar and venue. 

Over the course of three days, 17 musical acts play as part of the the Red Herring Lounge Grand Opening Bonanza. 

Owner Bob Monahan, who also runs Chaperone Records in Duluth, says the new space at 208 E 1st St. is designed specifically as a music venue. 

Here's a schedule of the acts christening the stage:

Thursday, June 5th

  • 7 p.m.: Toby Thomas Churchill
  • 8: Lion or Gazelle
  • 9: Fever Dream
  • 10: Germaine & Rich
  • 11: The People Say Fox
  • 12 a.m.: Jaw Knee Vee

Friday, June 6th

  • 7 p.m.: Charlie Parr
  • 8: Barbara Jean
  • 9: Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank
  • 10: Red Mountain
  • 11: Southwire w/ Ben Weaver
  • 12 a.m.: Strange Names

Saturday, June 7th

  • 8 p.m.: Sarah Kreuger
  • 9: The Murder of Crows
  • 10: Wood Blind
  • 11: The Social Disaster
  • 12 a.m.: Mark Mallman

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