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Left Lane Cruiser, The Shackletons, & Little Man ** SOLD OUT **


July 24
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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** SOLD OUT **

Summit Brewing, Jack Daniels, Slane Irish Whiskey, The Hive & Nobool Presents

Left Lane Cruiser, The Shackletons, & Little Man

Saturday, July 24

Under The Canopy at The Hook and Ladder Theater
“An Urban Outdoor Summer Concert Series”
Doors 6:00pm :: Music 7:00pm :: 21+
Tickets: $20-$26* – Reserved Seats/Pods** of 2, 4, & 6 + GA
* Does not include fees
** Must purchase the entire pod of seats
Together we will safely enjoy live music this summer!

Join us for a rockin’ night Under The Canopy as the pride of Ft. Wayne, IN, the gut-bucket punk-blues duo Left Lane Cruiser team up with local rockers Little Man and The Shackletons. 

Left Lane Cruiser
Left Lane Cruiser is a blues rock band comprised of Fredrick “Joe” Evans IV on slide guitar and vocals with Pete Dio on drums and backup vocals. Their main influence comes from the North Mississippi Hill country blues musician.

Little Man
An American rock band led by Chris Perricelli with classic rock, garage rock, psychedelic, and early ‘70’s glam rock influences.

The Shackletons
Living a double life as both a knee-buckling indie rock band as well as a stomp-your-foot-through-the-floor blues band, The Shackletons have been generating buzz throughout the Twin Cities and Midwest Region.

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!


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.