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Surly Summer Concerts

Surly Festival Field is going to be a concert destination this summer. We have three big shows lined up already, and they all own. If you’d like to get your tickets and line up your calendar for the warm weather months, here are the appropriate links and intel:

SPOON & GRIZZLY BEAR


WHAT: Spoon and Grizzly Bear, with special guest Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith.

WHEN: Saturday, 6/30/2018. Gates at 4:30 PM. Show at 6:00 PM. Concert is 18+.

TICKETS: SOLD OUT!

COURTNEY BARNETT

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WHAT: Courtney Barnett with special guests Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus.

WHEN: Saturday, 7/21/2018. Gates at 4:30 PM. Show at 6:00 PM. Concert is 18+.

TICKETS: Available now.

Gary Clark Jr.

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WHAT: Gary Clark Jr.

WHEN: Saturday, 9/8/2018. Gates at 5:30 PM. Show at 7:00 PM. Clark at 8 PM. Concert is 18+.

TICKETS: Available now.

SYLVAN ESSO

WHAT: Sylvan Esso at Surly Brewing Festival Field

WHEN: Friday, 7/20/2018. Gates at 5:30 PM. Show at 7:00 PM. Concert is 18+.

TICKETS: SOLD OUT!

Please watch this space for further announcements. Anyone know if Zamfir is still touring? Have his people call us.

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