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The Surly Summer of Sound

In our ongoing and frankly heroic quest to make Tuesdays good, we’d like to tell you a little more about Surly’s Summer of Sound.

Every Tuesday ‘til Labor Day, a local music luminary will take over our Beer Garden (weather-permitting, but you live here, you know that already) and share the sounds that define their summer. What’s dominating their playlists or inspiring their next single? Find out every Tuesday from 7 to 10 pm.

Minnesota’s own Lazerbeak curated a peerless, eclectic lineup, and we launched it with Doomtree’s Sims last week. Using the “We sold that much beer and pizza? On a Tuesday?” metric, we have determined this is a good idea.

Next up is John Munson from The New Standards, Semisonic, and Trip MF’ing Shakespeare. The rest of this summer’s lineup is below and worth printing out and attaching to your fridge with a magnet from your credit union:

 

 

Surly’s Summer of Sound is brought to you by us, Lazerbeak, Copycats Media, and Go Radio. In case of rain, medium tornadoes, or locusts, we’ll move the party indoors.

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