Vitamin Water Uncapped brings free local music to the Spring Street this week
It's hard to tell the motivation behind the big "Vitamin Water Uncapped Live" event that started this morning at the Spring Street Tavern in Northeast Minneapolis. Unfortunately, I missed the early morning yoga session but made it in time for the "punk brunch" that kicked off the series that will be bringing a handful of bands to the Club Underground basement throughout the weekend.
Besides yoga and noontime skateboarding every day, plenty of free Vitamin Water, a fashion show on Saturday and another free "Punk Brunch" on Sunday morning with Fort Wilson Riot and the Knotwells, all evening shows this week are also free, and there's some great lineups that include the Magnolias, Chooglin', Hastings 3000, Davina & the Vagabonds, Kruddler and many more.
In these recessionary times it's a great way to get your local music fix, get out of the sticky hot heat this weekend and load up on the syrupy and questionably nutritious goodness of Vitamin Water. Here is the full schedule and lineups for each night.
Wednesday 7/13 Yoga - 8am Punk Brunch - 11am Baby Boys Tornado The Uppercuts Skateboarding - 12pm Rock Show - 8pm The Red Flags Saint Bernadette Poverty Hash The Magnolias
Thursday 7/14 Yoga - 8am Skateboarding - 12pm Rock Show - 8pm Crankshaft's Primitive R&B Review 22 Chemicals Hollow Boys Hastings 3000
Friday 7/15 Yoga - 8am Rock Show - 8pm City on the Make Jonathan Ackerman Dosh/Broder Chooglin'
Saturday 7/16 Yoga - 8am Fashion Show - 12pm Rock Show - 8pm Al's Rockabilly Trio The 99'ers Davina & the Vagabonds
Sunday 7/17 Yoga - 8am Punk Brunch - 11 a.m. Fort Wilson Riot Pennyroyal The Knotwells
Rock Show - 8pm Seated Heat Kruddler Rank Strangers A Forest in the Trees
For more information check out the facebook invite.
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