Summit Brewing, Jack Daniels, Slane Irish Whiskey, The Hive & Nobool Presents
Thelma and the Sleaze
with special guests El Drifte, Slim Stone + DJ Truckstache spinning vinyl
Thursday September 23
Under The Canopy at The Hook and Ladder Theater
“An Urban Outdoor Summer Concert Series”
Doors 6:00pm :: Music 7:00pm :: 21+
RAIN or SHINE
GA Tickets*: $10 EARLY / $12 ADV / $18 DOS
Reserved Box Seats*: $18 – 2 & 4-Person Reserved Box Seats Available**
** Must purchase the entire section of seats
* Does not include fees
** In the event of further reduced capacity, tickets will be honored in the order they were purchased. Reserved seating will be first priority.**
Thelma and the Sleaze is an independent all-female, queer rock band from Nashville, Tennessee that has released two LPS, and numerous singles and EPs. Their music combines heavy rock ‘n’ roll and southern old school blues.
Slim Stone remembers nothing until the age of 10 when he awoke on the shores of the Mississippi River outside of Minneapolis on a makeshift raft. There he learned to fish, forage and pick guitar from various river folk. Unique country/blues is the result.
El Drifte is the Drifting Reverend. Minnesota born and bred, Texas refined, road schooled. Songwriter, singer, strummer, bandleader, ordained minister; El Drifte rides hard to bring his brand of roots and alternative honky tonk, and stripped down punkabilly music to the people, even officiating a wedding here and there when called upon.
Food & Beverage
The Hook & Ladder Theater boasts a full bar with exciting signature summer drinks, ice cold Summit Brewing beer and has also partnered with food vendors to present an exciting summer menu along with a number of scheduled ‘pop-up’ chef appearances. Make it dinner and a show Under the Canopy!
Thank you to our supporting partners: Summit Brewing
, Jack Daniels
, Slane Irish Whiskey
, The Hive Realty
, Nobool Presents
, KFAI 90.3FM
, The Hub Bike Co-op
, Music In Minnesota
, Geek Love Cafe
, Moon Palace Books
, Lake Street Council
, & The MN State Arts Board
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.