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4th Annual MOREL FEAST



May 29
6:00 PM
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The Hook and Ladder Theater
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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4th Annual MOREL FEAST - Friday, May 29 at The Hook and Ladder Theater

4th Annual


Friday, May 29
The Hook and Ladder Theater
Doors 6pm :: Morels 6:30pm :: 21+
$80 (Tickets limited)

Tickets on sale Friday, March 6 at 9:00am!


~ A Firehouse Performing Arts Center Fundraiser ~
Please make reservations by end of the day Monday, May 25 (or before it sells out…)

Morel Feast guests will enjoy six fresh Morel Mushroom chef preparations, a feast of extras, and live music by St. Dominic’s Trio in the transformed ‘electric forest’. Complimentary craft beer pairings with Fulton Brewing, cider, and a specially curated wine selection. A wild foraged food presentation and fresh morel mushrooms are being sourced through Forest To Fork!
Live Music by St. Dominic’s Trio
An offshoot of the popular Minneapolis Van Morrison cover band, The Belfast Cowboys, St Dominic’s Trio is the Biggest Trio in the World because it usually contains four or more players. Along with any of the hundred or so Van Morrison nuggets in their repertoire, you might hear them do original songs, or selections by Springsteen, the Stones, Joe Cocker, the Beatles, the Who, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Wilco, Southside Johnny, Sam Cooke, Graham Parker, The Replacements, John Prine, Al Green, Elvis Costello, among many others.
Fresh Morel Mushrooms provided by Forest To Fork
Wild foraged food presentation by Mike Kempenich
Supported by Fulton Brewing & Jameson Irish Whiskey

What does ‘generally regarded as safe’ mean?
“Generally” indicates that in most cases, the food is consumed without ill effects if it was handled and cooked properly. True morels (Morchella spp.) are generally safe to eat as long as they have been cooked thoroughly. Also, some individuals have allergies or intolerances for certain types of morels. Additionally, excessive consumption of alcohol with morels can cause a reaction. For these reasons, morels are considered generally safe to eat but should be consumed with caution the first time.

Support the The Hook and Ladder Theater and MN Performing Arts

The Hook & Ladder Theater is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization. We rely on your donations to help cover the cost of operations and maintaining this historic facility. Donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!