Final Zeitgeist Family Concert Featured Mary Bue; Red Mountain

Updated: 05/18/2014 10:27 PM
Created: 05/18/2014 4:43 PM

Sunday was the final installment in the Zeitgeist Family Concert Series.

Local singer-songwriter Mary Bue took the stage first in a brightly colored dress and matching wig. Red Mountain, a local indie rock band, followed.

Sunday's show was the third in a series of concerts that welcomed families to enjoy music and other performing arts in a short, family-friendly format. Previous weeks included members of the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra and Chang'aa Mweti, a Kenyan storyteller.

The proceeds from the whole series went to ISD #709 to support arts programming in local schools.

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