City Pages 10 Thousand Sounds Outdoor Music Festival
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The last date listed for City Pages 10 Thousand Sounds Music Festival was Saturday June 22, 2013 / 4:00pm - 10:00pm.
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Travel back in time to the holidays of yore as acclaimed organist Jelani Eddington plays timeless holiday favorites such as "Sleigh Ride," "Jingle Bell Rock," and much more on the Wurlitzer theater pipe organ. He'll also accompany a 10-minute silent-film version of A Christmas Carol, produced in 1910. Standards by Gershwin, Porter, and Rodgers and Hammerstein will add to the mood of a bygone era, having you humming through the remainder of the holiday season and beyond. Jelani was the American Theatre Organ Society's 2001 Organist of the Year, and has toured extensively throughout the world in concert and as an accompanist for silent film screenings. Learn More
General admission includes entry into the event, all entertainment, access to the food trucks and cash bars. Food and drink must be purchased on site.
VIP ticket includes food courtesy of Pizza Luce, entertainment, private cash bar, seating and private bathrooms.
The event runs rain or shine.
Acts and food-truck lineup are current at time of publication, but subject to change without notice.
About the Ticket Supplier: City Pages
Minneapolis and St. Paul are known for their cold weather and their voracious readership. The Twin Cities perennially finish first in nationwide surveys of literacy, making the community perfect for an alternative weekly like City Pages. Founded in August 1979 as Sweet Potato, a monthly newspaper that covered the local music scene, the publication went weekly in December 1981 and took on its new name. Minnesota has produced a wealth of musical acts--from the Replacements to Soul Asylum to Prince--and CP has been there to record every note, often in idiosyncratic ways, such as the paper's "Rock Atlas," which won an AAN Award for Innovation in 2008.
In recent years, a renewed focus has been placed on hard news reporting, and Minnesotans have responded. In the most recent ABC Media Audit, City Pages added 70,000 readers and increased its market share to 27 percent of the 2.85 million people who call the Twin Cities home. Awards judges have noticed as well. The Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists gave CP a record 16 awards in 2008, including first-place statues for sports writing, business features and special section for our annual Best Of issue. City Pages also counts an Academy Award-winning screenwriter among its alumni: Diablo Cody, for Juno.
Whether it's investigative reporting, mouth-watering food coverage or the annual Comix Issue, City Pages proudly serves the most discerning audience in America.