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  • ouTposT – Music and Words

    Friday, January 25, 8pm
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ouTposT – Music and Words

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January 25 @ 8:00 PM

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The Hook and Ladder Theater,
3010 Minnehaha Ave Minneapolis , 55406 United States
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Description

Do you like gripping poets? Snappy storytellers? Virtuoso musicians? How about ALL THREE in one place? This is your show! Outpost is a stage for travelers - a place where we hear eachothers' stories, both the uncannily familiar and the utterly new, and where we can restore ourselves for the journey ahead.
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Getting Here

  • Getting here by Light Rail
    The METRO Blue Line offers fast, quiet light-rail service between downtown Minneapolis and Mall of America. Dozens of bus routes connect with the train at the Lake St/Midtown station, making the Hook and Ladder very accessible thru Metro Transit.
  • Getting here by Bus
    Lake St.and Minnehaha Ave offer many bus route choices and connectivity points. Plan your trip to The Hook here at Metro Transit
  • Getting here by Car
    You’ll probably use your smart phone for directions, but this is what to expect when you get here. We have a small lot to the North & South of the venue available for parking. We also encourage street parking to the West on Snelling Ave. A casual walk through the 3rd Precinct driveway and you will arrive at the venue.
  • Parking
    The Hook & Ladder Theater has a parking lot on the south side of the firehouse. The theater also has a small number of designated parking spots along the north side of the building for use. There is also free parking along Snelling Ave, which runs parallel with Minnehaha, and many nearby parking lots are accommodating local businesses like The Hook by allowing evening event parking, such as the large Rainbow Foods lot just across Lake Street. 
  • ENTRANCE
    The Hook and Ladder has (2) glass-door entrances to the building, one on the north side and another on the south side of the building. The Box-offioce is just inside the hallway as you enter the theater lounge.

Concert Schedule

The Hook and Ladder presents a wide variety of ticketed concerts with the very lowest ticketing fees in the Twin Cities.

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  • Description
    • Date
      January 24, 2019
      7:00 PM
    • Event
      4th Annual Growler Gala
      $15/18
    • Description
      Spend an evening with friends and neighbors at this benefit to support theater at Roosevelt High School. Featuring live music by The Betsies and Brothers D, a silent auction and a musical growler "cakewalk."
    • Date
      January 25, 2019
      8:00 PM
    • Event
      ouTposT - Music and Words
      $20
    • Description
      Do you like gripping poets? Snappy storytellers? Virtuoso musicians? How about ALL THREE in one place? This is your show! Outpost is a stage for travelers - a place where we hear eachothers' stories, both the uncannily familiar and the utterly new, and where we can restore ourselves for the journey ahead.
    • Date
      January 26, 2019
      7:30 PM
    • Event
      Six Mile Grove CD Release
      $20/25
    • Description
      Minnesota’s band Six Mile Grove is celebrating the release of their 7th album “Million Birds” at the Hook!  This much anticipated album celebrates their 20thyear together, and contemplates the humble human challenges of work, life, and family. You’ll hear the influences of Minnesota music’s founding fathers – from Bob Dylan to the Jayhawks. 
    • Date
      January 27, 2019
      6:00 PM
    • Event
      Tribute To Gillian Welch
      $10
    • Description
      Gillian Howard Welch is an American singer-songwriter. She performs with her musical partner, guitarist David Rawlings. Their sparse and dark musical style, which combines elements of Appalachian music, bluegrass, country and Americana, is described by The New Yorker as "at once innovative and obliquely reminiscent of past rural forms.
    • Date
      January 30, 2019
      7:30 PM
    • Event
      Palmer T. Lee - CD Release Show
      $9/12
    • Description
      Palmer T. Lee's debut album, “Winebringer,” is an intensive look at love and longing that follows the end of a relationship. Here he returns to writing with the guitar, and saves the banjo for only one track. The title was inspired by the writing of the Sufi poet Hafiz, and his collection of poems The Book of the Winebringer. He is attracted to the inclusiveness of Sufi poetry, that it seems at times as if any noun can be switched out with any other noun, that the work will hold its point, that love is always the goal. It’s a raw, emotional album, his resonant voice buoyed by delicate playing, and some help from his friends on mandolin, fiddle, and drums. Palmer says, “This album is me laughing while shake my fist, mourning while I am dancing, grappling with bitter gratitude.”
    • Date
      February 2, 2019
      1:00 PM
    • Event
      Groundhog's Day with ERA!
      $20 Suggested donation
    • Description
      Join us for an afternoon of entertainment and advocacy! We'll be screening the short film "Legalize Equality", hearing from guest speakers, holding a silent auction, sampling appetizers from Gandhi Mahal while enjoying performances from local artists and performers!
    • Date
      February 7, 2019
      7:30 PM
    • Event
      Sprig of That - Album Release Show
      $10/13
    • Description
      Sprig of That is Isabel Dammann on violin, Ilan Blanck on guitar, and Krissy Bergmark on tabla. The trio combines folky, vibrant Americana, fiddle tunes, and rhythmic textures to form a surprisingly natural acoustic blend.
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