This just in: Everyone’s favorite indie rock mormons are pinko nutjobs. Just kidding! But seriously, political vitriol aside, Low just announced they’re playing a FREE show for the DFL at Painter Park tomorrow afternoon. And it makes sense, right? Because what better way to celebrate democratic ideals than a performance from one of the saddest-sounding rock ‘n’ roll bands of our time!
Sponsored by Senate District 60 DFL, the show is part of the DFL’s Blue BBQ celebrating…err… progress? Vague, I know, but that’s no reason to miss out on what will surely be a phenomenal performance. The event kicks off at 11 am and Play Ball Catering will be providing food that includes pork-free and vegetarian options sold at, according to Citypages, a small fee. Also, there will probably be appearances from popular Democrats too. Maybe get some insight from Mayor Rybak on how he feels about Alan Sparhawk’s solo fare?
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Low, The Gated Community, The Middle States
11 am – 3 pm
Lyndale and 34th St, Minneapolis
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