MONSTER MASH UP
DEAD LARRY (Flaming Lips set), BURBILLIES (1980s Ass Grass set), MAX GRAHAM & THE FAM (special covers set), and DREAM OF THE WILD (Grateful Dead/Ween set)
MONSTER MASH UP
DEAD LARRY (Flaming Lips set)
BURBILLIES (1980s Ass Grass set)
MAX GRAHAM & THE FAM (special covers set)
DREAM OF THE WILD (Grateful Dead/Ween set)
Dead Larry’s powerful blend of high energy rock, dance and funk shakes the foundation of modern music. From rock driven sea shanties to pulsating dance beats. From Beatle-esque harmonies to spine chilling screams. From shake-yo-booty funk jams to orchestral themes of space and time travel.
Dead Larry is one thing: Original. All 4 members grew up together in Iowa City, IA. The band was formed in a basement in high school in 2004. In 2011 the entire band relocated to Minneapolis, MN. After over 10 years of writing, touring, and chasing the dream, Dead Larry has a grown to be one of the most prominent independent rock bands coming out of the Midwest.
Established in late 2011, the Burbillies are a 7-piece bluegrass tribute to 80’s hair metal. That’s right, they have a traditional bluegrass lineup and play all of your favorite butt-rock hits from the 1980’s. Beneath their big hair, bitching clothes, and bad attitudes lies a group of rippin’ flat pickers who are never afraid to take it to the next level. Their high-energy compositions are performed with just the right amount of Minnesota twang, creating a genre all-their-own called “Ass Grass.”
MAX GRAHAM & THE FAM
The Fam is a Minneapolis-based music collective fronted by Max Graham of Kind Country and features members of Frogleg, Space Monkey Mafia, and more
DREAM OF THE WILD
Dream Of The Wild have quickly become one of most anticipated acts in all of the midwest. Known equally for their work with DJ Kool Akiem (Micranots, MF DOOM) as well as their extensive presence in Minneapolis’ jam band scene, Dream Of The Wild blends long jams with dark, brooding soul, blues, and psychedelia. Whenever Dream Of The Wild plays a show, the circus has come to town.