Amid the uncertain circumstances facing the Twin Cities and beyond, First Avenue has been working diligently to reschedule shows. Take a minute to look ahead at some of the upcoming shows we have officially rescheduled for late summer and fall. Tickets purchased for all original dates will be honored at rescheduled shows.
Johnny A. at the Turf Club | June 8, 2020
For decades Johnny A. has bounced around renowned music circles as support for artists like Bobby Whitlock and Peter Wolf while also building a name for himself as a skilled and technical guitarist. From CCR to the Yardbirds, Johnny A.’s credentials as a distinguished guitar-place run the gamut.
Kevin Krauter in the 7th St Entry | August 1, 2020
Kevin Krauter will be a familiar name for anyone familiar with the band Hoops, the lo-fi tape-rock band he helped form back in 2015. Krauter’s solo work, including his new album, Full Hand, has a delicate yet pointed feel to it, mixing quiet synths with gentle guitar that makes for an ethereal sound.
Anna Burch w/ Long Beard at the Turf Club | August 27, 2020
At a time when women are absolutely dominating the singer-songwriter category, Anna Burch deserves a spot near the top with the likes of Lucy Dacus, Snail Mail, Phoebe Bridgers, and the like. Her sophomore album, If You’re Dreaming, is out on April 3.
The Ballroom Thieves in the 7th St Entry | September 2, 2020
The Ballroom Thieves’ minimalistic folk music has garnered a swift and strong following thanks to songs like “Only Lonely” and “Bees.” The trio splits vocals among the three of them – accompanied by cello, acoustic guitar, and gentle percussion – that makes for folksy music with a sleek commercial appeal.