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$40 Day Of
$55 Day Of
Friday, September 17
Gates open 4pm
5pm - 6:30 Anderson Daniels
7pm - 8:30 Hitchville
9pm - 10:30 Rockie Lynne
Saturday, September 18
Gates open 4pm
5pm - 6:30 Turn Turn Turn
7pm - 8:30 St. Paul Peterson and the MN Funk Allstars
9pm - 10:30 Souls Asylum
Volunteers will receive a t-shirt and concert ticket.
Rockie, a veteran of the United States Army and Co-Founder of Tribute to the Troops national charitable organization has earned an enthusiastic following for his crowd-pleasing live show and his chops as a lead guitarist. His debut single, “Lipstick” spent an impressive 10 consecutive weeks in the #1 slot on Billboard’s Country Singles Sales chart. His electrifying concert performances have garnered him a fiercely loyal fan base.
Hitchville has quickly solidified themselves among the upper echelon of regional talent. Under the foundation leadership of dynamic lead vocalists Heidi Owens and Matthew Kneefe, the group’s trademark harmonies, down home personalities, and kinetic stage energy leads to an unforgettable live show. The groups most recent album “Soundtrack to Life” includes their first iHeartRadio #1 single “Even When It’s Bad It’s Good” as well as their 2 nd iHeartRadio #1 single “Love is the Road”.
Anderson Daniels is on a straight-line to creating the Midwestern sound in Country Music. Born in America’s Heartland,
the 25-year-old Minnesota native takes pride in the blended sound that pulls from his roots. After taking home the New
Artist of the Year Award at the annual Midwest Country Music Association Award Show in 2019, followed by a
nomination for Male Vocalist of the Year in 2020, Anderson has toured extensively throughout the nation opening for
some of country music’s legends and rising stars
Soul Asylum, initially formed in the early '80s under the name Loud Fast Rules, quickly became part of the celebrated Minneapolis local music scene. This success led to the band entering the major-label mainstream with 1988's Hang Time and its 1990 follow-up, And the Horse They Rode In On, before achieving a commercial breakthrough with 1992's triple platinum Grave Dancers Union.
That album spawned several international hits, including "Runaway Train", which won a Grammy Award for Best Rock
Song, and "Black Gold", and led to steady alternative radio and MTV airplay. Soul Asylum continued to enjoy mainstream
success with 1995's platinum-certified Let Your Dim Light Shine, which featured the hit "Misery", and 1998's Candy from a Stranger; the group also appeared on the soundtrack for multiple Kevin Smith movies, including Clerks. Since returning to action with 2006's The Silver Lining, Soul Asylum has recorded steadily, and become a reliable presence on the road.
Vocalist/guitarist Dave Pirner will be the first one to admit that recording a Soul Asylum album can sometimes be very stressful, simply because he cares so deeply about every aspect of his songs and how the record unfolds. However, the frontman reports that making the band's twelfth studio full-length, Hurry Up and Wait, was a completely seamless, enjoyable and productive experience.
In March of 2020, the band ended their best-selling tour in 15 years, The Dead Letter Tour.
St. Paul Peterson & the Minneapolis Funk All Stars:
Paul Peterson, born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was the youngest son in a musical family. He was discovered by Prince in 1983 and groomed to replace Monte Moir as keyboardist of R&B band The Time. Peterson gained exposure when the band appeared in the hit movie Purple Rain.
When The Time broke up in 1984, Prince gathered the remnants to form The Family, with Peterson as lead singer. Peterson is also a session musician and has backed up many acts in concert. In the late 1980s to early 1990s, Peterson toured as a member of the Steve Miller Band. He has also toured with Kenny Loggins, Boz Scaggs, Donny Osmond, David Sanborn, Oleta Adams and most recently Peter Frampton. In 1990, he released a song, "Every Heart Needs a Home", on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Soundtrack. From 1998 to 2000, he was the bassist in the house band on the Donny & Marie TV program. His writing, producing and performing credits have contributed to the sale of over 20 million albums and is currently the host of the popular “Music On The Run” podcast. The Minneapolis Funk Allstars consist of former members that toured with Prince, Janet Jackson, The Time, New Power Generation, The Family, New Edition, The Steve Miller Band, Peter Frampton, and Kenny Loggins.
Turn Turn Turn:
Adam Levy, Savannah Smith and Barb Brynstad are all mainstays of the Minnesota music scene and together craft an infectious, pop-infused Americana. Adam Levy (guitar, vocals) is widely known as the leader and founding member of the Minnesotabased alt-rock band The Honeydogs. Singer-songwriter Savannah Smith (guitar, vocals) has been charming audiences in Eau Claire and Minneapolis for the better part of a decade with her dreamy, introspective
material. Barb Brynstad (bass, vocals), a veteran of the Twin Cities music scene is a singer, bassist and guitarist who has collaborated on theater and dance projects and played with some of the top blues, folk, and pop acts, including Willie Murphy, Chastity Brown and Tina Schlieske. Together they are Turn Turn Turn
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Friday, September 17th
Saturday, September 18th
Q: How do I get to Central Park?
A: Central Park is located at 12000 Central Park Way, Maple Grove, MN 55369.
Q: Where can I park?
A: There are several available parking lots near and around Central Park. Concert event parking is free and based on a first come first serve basis. Parking options include nearby parking lots and street parking around the Park. Check back to the website closer to event date for detailed public parking map.
Q: Is there a shuttle from nearby parking lots?
A: For Saturday only there is a free shuttle from the maple grove transit station, Click Here to download detailed information. Masks are required on the shuttle. Only a limited number of masks will be available if you forget, so please remember to bring your own.
Q: What time does the venue open for the Concert on The Lawn?
A: Gates will open at 4pm and music will begin between 5pm and 5:30 pm.
Q: Where do I purchase tickets?
A: You can purchase tickets online at https://concertonthelawntickets.eventbrite.com. All tickets are General Admission.
Q: Are there ticket refunds?
A: There are no refunds, and the concert is rain or shine. If the Concert is canceled for reasons due to pandemic related restrictions, all purchased and paid for tickets will be honored in full at the Maple Grove Lions Club Foundation 2022 Concert on the Lawn.
Q: Can I purchase tickets on the night of the concert?
A: Any remaining tickets will be available the day to purchase online through Eventbrite.
Q: Can I use my mobile device to scan my concert ticket at the door?
A: There are 2 methods to obtain your tickets which you can choose a delivery method at the checkout of the purchase process. 1) Print at Home 2) Send to mobile device.
Q: Is the concert family-friendly?
A: The Concert on the Lawn event does allow children however the event is geared toward adults.
Q: Is Central Park accessible for people with special needs?
A: Yes. The Lawn at Central Park Parking (12000 Central Park Way) is ADA accessible and this event is ADA compliant with a designated area at the concert.
Q: Is there road construction in the area?
A: We’ll update this page with any relevant construction information. Please check the MN Department of Transportation website for current construction info: www.dot.state.mn.us/roadwork/current.html
Q: Are food or beverage allowed during the event?
A: No outside coolers, food and/or beverage is allowed in Central Park for the concert. There will be concessions available for purchase at the venue. food, non alcohol and alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at the show. Must be 21 to be served alcohol, valid ID required for purchase of alcohol.
Q: Are blankets and lawn chairs allowed?
A: Yes: blankets and lawn chairs are allowed; please be respectful of other concert guests. No umbrellas please.
Q: Can I come to the venue early and save a spot with my blanket?
A: The venue will not be open to reserve seats prior to gates opening at 4pm.
Q: What happens if there is rain or inclement weather?
A: The concert is rain or shine. If there is severe weather, the City of Maple Grove will implement an evacuation and safety plan. We will make announcements from stage during such an event.
Q: What recommendations do you have when weather calls for rain?
A: Ponchos, raincoats are best for attending the show in rain and not obstruction view of other attendees. Note-umbrellas are not permitted in the venue.
Q: Is photography or recording permitted?
A: No professional photography allowed at the show. No cameras with a removable lens or video equipment are allowed without advanced written permission.
Q: Is smoking permitted?
A: Yes, but smoking will only be allowed in the designated smoking area.
Q: Will we be permitted to leave the venue and return?
A: There will be no re-admittance after entry.
Q: Can I bring my pet?
A: Please do not bring your pet to the concert. Pets are not allowed.