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URL icon « on: October 30, 2012, 10:53:36 AM »

We have just one show left in the Wildflower Pavilion this Friday, 11/2.

Pert Near Sandstone will be rocking their unique brand of high energy, old-time Americana porch music to the Wildflower this Friday. It's guaranteed to be a booty shakin' party.

If you're not familiar with the band that Garrison Keillor hand picked in 2008 to appear as the featured musical guest on A Prairie Home Companion where Garrison proclaimed that, "The group has become a force on the Minnesota roots music scene and beyond"....well, you should be. ;-)

Fellow Minnesota speed-grass band Trampled by Turtles is proud to wave the Pert Near flag high and wide with band leader Dave Simonett calling Pert Near Sandstone one of his "favorite contemporary bluegrass acts in the United States."

Joining PNS will be Colorado's own up and coming "bluegrass-inspired mountain music" band, Trout Steak Revival.

Tickets can be purchased here: shop.bluegrass.com

I hope to see some of you here! :dance
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