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James Samuel “Cornbread” Harris Sr.

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Date:
May 1
Time:
7:00 PM
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‘Under The Canopy’ at The Hook
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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James Samuel "Cornbread" Harris Sr. Cornbread's 94th B-Day Party - Saturday, May 1
Summit Brewing, Jack Daniels, Slane Irish Whiskey, The Hive & Nobool Presents

James Samuel “Cornbread” Harris Sr.

Cornbread’s 94th B-Day Party

Saturday, May 1

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 **
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Tickets: $15-$25* – Reserved Seats/Pods** of 2, 4, & 6
* Does not include Fees
** Must purchase the entire pod of seats
NO REFUNDS
BUY TICKETS
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BUY TOGETHER :: ARRIVE TOGETHER :: SIT TOGETHER
Together we will safely enjoy live music this summer!
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#HookStream Announced!
Live Stream Access:: 7pm :: $15
BUY LIVE STREAM —–
The Hook & Ladder Theater is very proud to present an intimate seated outdoor concert event celebrating the 94 year-old birthday of the Twin City legendary performer, James Samuel ‘Cornbread’ Harris Sr. with he and his band of Friends!
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Gentleman Forager Eats
Wild and wildly delicious food is expertly prepared by “Gentleman Forager Eats”. Whether you are a carnivore or herbivore, there is something at our outdoor kitchen crave-worthy for you. The ever-changing menu—From mouthwatering meats and vegetarian shawarma to morel mushrooms on a stick—is fueled by our own Chef Taylor O’Brien and an impressive multitude of guest chef pop-ups.
Come hungry for dinner with the show!
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Thank you to our supporting partners: Summit BrewingJack Daniels, Slane Irish Whiskey, The Hive Realty, Gentleman Forager, 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
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Under The Canopy


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.