It’s Hump Day, fellow Homegrowners! You’ve made it halfway through the week. But that doesn’t mean it’s time for shuteye. Saddle up and scarf down some vittles, you’re headed into untamed territory. It’s about to get wild on Duluth’s westside.
The Langertsons, two sets of siblings from Mahtowa, bring their youthful enthusiasm and original tunes to the Clyde Iron Works Mezzanine stage at 6 p.m. Meanwhile, music scene mainstay Todd Gremmels will bring boundless energy to Beaner’s for a 6:30 p.m. show.
Superior Siren will lure listeners to Clyde’s main stage at 7 p.m. The all-female, eerie folk group has been “building strength as a collective and as professional performers” of late, according to band leader Laura Sellner, who notes that people can “expect a captivating performance” that includes songs from the band’s debut album as well as some new material.
Next up are indie rocker Mary Bue and the disco-pop of Àlamode. Superior Siren is “honored” to share the Clyde stage with these diver- gent acts, according to Sellner. “I find that a show with varying genres of music creates more intrigue.”
Late night, it’s sure to get rowdy with acts like the Black-eyed Snakes and Ire Wolves closing down the bars at Mr. D’s and the Gopher, respectively.
For a lower key but equally entertaining end to the evening, head to the Kom-On-Inn for Toby Thomas Churchill. The perennial Homegrown performer can be counted on for edgy lyricism and lush musical textures.