They’re Baaaa-aaack…

Yup, we’re talking about the return of Duluth’s very own Trampled by Turtles.

“We’re excited to be back,” says mandolin player Erik Berry. He’s referring to the dark year of 2014, when TBT was unable to play Homegrown for the first time in the band’s 12-year history. “It was a bummer, but it was kind of a choice between playing Homegrown or playing the entire tour we were on.”

Big Wave Dave and the Ripples open up the main stage, followed by the first-ever Homegrown performance from the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra.

If the Clyde show doesn’t sound like your thing a veritable slew of alternative options await you a few short miles down the road.  The Iron Range Outlaw Brigade rounds out Westside Wednesday at the Gopher at 12:45.

 

Wednesday, April 29

Clyde Iron Works – Mezzanine
6pm Circuit Breakers
10:45pm The Brothers Burn Mountain
11:145pm Lake Monster

Clyde Iron Works – Main Stage
7pm Big Wave Dave and the Ripples
8pm Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra
9:30pm Trampled by Turtles

Beaner’s Central
7:30pm Pale in Comparison
8:30pm Gin Street
9:30pm Vitamin Death

Players Sports Bar
10pm Israel Malachi
11pm Virgil Caine Band
12am Todd Eckart

Kom-on-Inn
10:15pm The Ball Slashers
11:15pm Markus J. Dandy and the Complete Lack Thereof
12:15am The Aurora Baer Band

Mr. D’s Bar & Grill
10:30pm Chasm of Czar
11:30pm American Rebels
12:30am Glitteratti

Gopher Restaurant & Lounge
10:45pm Dan Dresser
11:45pm Starling of Athens
12:45am Iron Range Outlaw Brigade