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Concerts on the Pier
Glensheen announces its biggest lineup, as the concert series celebrates its fifth season of free entertainment.
This summer, Glensheen Mansion rolls out another Concerts on the Pier event series every Wednesday night in July.
But this summer, it’s different. Concerts on the Pier will be bigger and better.
This July, there will be 2x the music, double the food trucks - and it’s still free to attend.
Concerts on the Pier has been belting tunes from Glensheen’s 100-ft pier that juts out into the greatest lake on the planet for five years now. As a celebration of the series’ fifth year, Glensheen is opening up the gates an hour early, adding an opening act to each night, increasing the food truck options, and bringing back the biggest bands from the last five years.
2019 CONCERTS ON THE PIER LINEUP:
JULY 3 | CHARLIE PARR
Opener: CHAROLETTE MONTGOMERY
JULY 10 | SARAH KRUEGER
Opener: JACOB MAHON
JULY 17 | BIG WAVE DAVE & THE RIPPLES
Opener: SPECIAL GUEST*
JULY 24 | BLACK RIVER REVUE
Opener: JERREE SMALL
JULY 31 | THE 4ONTHEFLOOR
Opener: RICK MCLEAN
VENDORS: Bellisio’s is providing a cash bar. There will be five food trucks: The Rambler, King of Creams, Yker Acres, Chow Haul Mobile Restaurant, and El Oasis Del Norte. Plus, Love Creamery will be serving ice cream.
Concertgoers are encouraged to bike, boat, walk or kayak to the concerts as parking is limited. Plus, experts say the best seats in the house are on Lake Superior.
The parking lot and street parking fills quickly. Please refer to the City of Duluth’s alternate side parking calendar here.
Outside food and beverages are prohibited at this event. Bring your own chair or blanket to watch from the shoreline. Please, only service animals are allowed on the estate.
Gates open at 5 p.m. so be sure to arrive early to ensure a good spot. Music starts at 6 p.m. and concludes at 8 p.m.
Glensheen Mansion, perched on the shore of Lake Superior, is the most visited historic home in Minnesota and Duluth’s #1 Paid Attraction on TripAdvisor. Our 12-acre estate features gardens, bridges, and the famous 39-room mansion built with remarkable 20th century craftsmanship. It serves to tell the story of the Congdon family and the Duluth region.
Glensheen is a proud property of the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Top Image: The 4onthefloor performing at Concerts on the Pier in 2017