Annual Homegrown Music Festival set to return to Duluth

DULUTH, MN — It won’t be long before local bands take over the Twin Ports.

Homegrown music festival is slated to start April 28th, and with that comes a lot of prep work.

Like usual, this year’s event features dozens of local bands playing at all different venues in Duluth and Superior.

However, there’s also a few new ones this year including several spots in the growing Lincoln Park neighborhood.

Organizers say this event is a great way to promote all aspects of “local.”

Briggs LeSavage

Briggs LeSavage

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