Summer is here...now bring on the live music!
Order up a cold beer from Clutch at their Beerstream in the park and dinner from multiple eateries inside the market for an awesome evening! Tables are scattered thought the park and patio, but feel free to bring a lawn chair and blanket as seating fills up fast.
About the musician: Lanue
Feeling detached from her previously released work as years lapsed, Duluth, Minnesota’s Sarah Krueger set out to Hive, a small studio nestled near the river in her hometown of Eau Claire, WI. In the course of two separate sessions, (the first on the cusp of a long winter, and the second on the fringe of summer’s swell), Krueger assembled a cast of collaborators to help flesh out a collection of songs that would later become the catalyst for Lanue. Culled from the title of a poem that found its way to Krueger from a thrift store shelf, Lanue comes to us as a project that stands firmly in front of a fresh creative backdrop and boasts a more developed taste and sincerity than Krueger’s previous releases — both a welcome departure and anticipated return.
In Lanue’s self titled LP, Krueger continues to amplify her knack for straightforward and earnest songwriting while maintaining a vocal delivery that sits like honey over layers of warm synths, guitars, and percussion. Ranging from confessional to nostalgic, each track is brightened by a lush lift while continuing to rest inside the framework of the folk tradition. Krueger enlisted collaborators Steve Garrington (Low) and Sean Carey (S. Carey, Bon Iver) to assist with production and instrumentation while relying on JT Bates (Pieta Brown, Taylor Swift) on drums, and Ben Lester (Field Report, Sufjan Stevens) on pedal steel guitar. String arrangements by Ryan Young (Trampled by Turtles) and guitar work by Erik Koskinen round out the record so that it arrives at a place of stark honesty and inviting warmth.
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY:
When severe weather conditions exist in close proximity to Keg and Case, we may choose to delay a performance or movie for an hour or more, before deciding to cancel or proceed. Guest safety is our primary concern. If weather conditions dictate, we may have to cancel an event. We encourage all Keg and Case guests to dress for potential weather changes. Umbrellas are admitted in the park during events.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD & DRINKS
No outside food or drinks are allowed. There are multiple eateries to choose from inside Keg and Case.
We ask that children are accompanied by an adult AT ALL TIMES in Keg and Case and in the park.
FREE PARKING in the South Lot. Directional signage upon arrival. There is also ample street parking surrounding the building.
We have 4 designated Handicapped parking spots on Webster street on either side of the webster entrance.