LOCAL BANDS HIT CENTER STAGE
The Milaca Homegrown Music Festival is back. This year’s event will take place on Saturday August 21 and will once again put our great local bands in the spotlight.
Tickets for this year’s event are just $ 15 in advance and $ 20 at the door, for a day and night of great music, food and fun for the whole family. Bring the kids, set up your lawn chairs and get ready to sit back and enjoy great music of all kinds.
This year’s event will feature not only large groups, but also food trucks and a beer garden. Yes! A beer garden, just for you.
The music will start around noon on Saturday and continue until 10 p.m.
LINE OF THIS YEAR
This year’s musical program:
12 p.m. to 1 p.m .: Marchands de Soul
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m .: Thryll
3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.: FastTrack
4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m .: Dram Shop Country
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m .: The Cole Allen Band
8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.: The Maddy Braun Band
The event will take place in the impressive bandshell of the Milaca leisure park.
435 2e Rue Northwest
Milaca, MN 56353
To purchase your tickets, you can go to the Eventbrite Tickets page for the Milaca Homegrown Music Festival.
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
The Milaca Homegrown Music Festival is an idea of ââMaddy Braun. Maddy is a very talented young woman who began to network with local musicians when she was just a young teenager. After sitting down with many local bands and getting her feet wet, she immediately jumped into the music scene and has worked incredibly hard over the past few years to become the young talent that she is. is today.
Maddy has made many friends in the music community with her charming smile, hard work and dedication to becoming the best she can be; while respecting those musicians around her, who helped steer her talent in the right direction. She wanted to have a place to showcase many of these talented musicians she met on her journey through music.
Maddy hopes everyone will come and support the local musicians, who work hard for their money and want nothing more than to put a smile on the face of the people who live and work in our communities.