This week’s Wave

In recent years, Trampled By Turtles has played to a sold-out crowd at Clyde Iron Works during Homegrown Music Festival. (2012 file / News Tribune)

It’s never to early to break in that Google calendar. This week’s Wave includes a look ahead at what A&E administrators and artists have planned for the next year.

Let’s start things off with a Cloud Cult concert and shut it down with the Minnesota Ballet’s “Nutcracker.” 

Best Bets include: the last of Bentleyville, revisiting “Bound” at the Duluth Photography Institute, a comedian shares his celebrity moments, music at Bev’s Jook Joint.

Music reviewer Tony Bennett looks at Sparks’ “New Music for Amnesiacs: The Ultimate Collection.”

A&E Notes include Homegrown registration and Buckcherry at Clyde Iron Works.

Music reviewer Sam Black called Tuesday’s Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra concert “toe-tapping, knee-bouncing wonderful.”

In other A&E news, here is part of what happened at Beaner’s Central on New Year’s Eve.


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