The 2017 Caravan du Nord tour returns to Fergus Falls for a day of artist workshops, music industry networking and performances by singer/songwriter and uke-playing optimist jeremy messersmith, Rachel Ries' new Her Crooked Heart project and Western Minnesota talent David Stoddard. Presented in partnership with Minnesota State Community and Technical College and sponsored by The Current and Fergus Area College Foundation/FF Spartan Alumni.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
All events take plage at Legacy Hall at M State Fergus Falls (1414 College Way, Fergus Falls).
1:00 & 1:30 pm - WORKSHOP: Q&A Sessions: Making a Musical Living (free)
Artists & music industry professionals answer questions about turning their music into a career.
2:00 pm - WORKSHOP: Thinking Beyond the Guitar: Diversifying Instrumentation (free)
Songwriters talk about expanding their sound with new instruments and arrangements.
5:30 pm: SOCIAL HOUR (Free)
Meet the performers, local artists and music industry professionals over food & beverages.
7 pm - CONCERT w/Jeremy Messersmith, Her Crooked Heart, David Stoddard (Tickets: Free to M State students / $5 other students / $10 general admission)
A special all-ages concert from Minnesota's top folk and indie talent.
The 2017 Caravan du Nord is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.