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Tickets are available online until 3:30 pm on June 9th and at Electric Fetus, Hymie's Vintage Records, and Treehouse Records
Saturday, June 9
Gates open 4:30 pm
Zoo Animal 5:30pm
Low 7:00 pm
Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery, 2925 Cedar Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55407
Tickets $16 in advance, $20 at the door; children 12 and under free (donations gladly accepted)
Proceeds support restoration of the historic cemetery fence
Photos & press from last year's event
Low, one of the best known indie rock groups to come out of Minnesota, formed in Duluth in 1993. The band consists of Alan Sparhawk, Mimie Parker, and Steve Garrington. Sparkhawk and Parker, who first met in fourth grade in rural Minnesota, are married with two children. Often labeled slowcore, their music has also been described as hypnotic and entrancing. The cemetery will provide a unique backdrop for their first local show after their recent tour with Death Cab for Cutie.
Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. Area immediately in front of the stage will be a chair-free zone. No coolers, outside food, alcoholic beverages, pets or video-taping allowed.
At-door ticket sales are cash or check only - credit cards will not be accepted. The show goes on rain or shine.
Hola Arepa and Dandelion Kitchen food trucks will sell food during the event.
Getting to the show
Free parking will be available at the Greenway Office Building (2801 21st Avenue South) and the Community Education Services Building (2225 East Lake Street) parking lots. Space is limited, so please plan accordingly. On-street parking is also available. No parking will be available within the cemetery. We encourage using public transportion or biking to the event. The Lake Street light rail stop is a short walk from the cemetery, and it is also easily accessible from multiple bus routes. Bike parking will be provided within the cemetery.