Friday marked just two more days until the
start of Duluth's Homegrown Music Festival. It's kicking off for the first time this
Sunday at the Duluth Art Institute in the Depot.
There's a whole bunch of music art to check
out, including all types of old homegrown memorabilia.
Organizers say Homegrown is more than just
"It’s a way to expand that a little bit
and say it’s not just music, you might be exposed to the visual arts, you might
be... certainly people are exposed to dance during the homegrown festival as
well,” said Annie Dugan, with the Duluth Art Institute.
Tim Kaiser will be playing in the gallery
starting at 6 p.m. Sunday.
The event is free.
The gallery opens every morning at ten.