Music festival raises money for Boundary Waters preservation

Remaining Ad Time Ad - 00:00

DULUTH, MN– A big concert at Duluth’s Bayfront Park combined live music with environmental advocacy.

Some big names in Minnesota music took part in the Wild Waters Music Fest.

It was a fundraiser for the Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters.

The group is against mining in the BWCA.

The headliners included Cloud Cult, Doomtree, and Atmosphere.

“We’re bringing together a bunch of amazing artists in support to save the boundary waters. We’ve got this amazing crowd here to listen to the artists to learn more about our issue and help protect the boundary waters,” said Alex Falconer with the Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters.

This is the first time the group has hosted the music festival.

Bonney Bowman

Bonney Bowman

TOP STORIES

KBJR 6 Weather Authority

Ashland
59°
Hayward
60°
Superior
60°
Hibbing
56°
International Falls
60°
Grand Marais
57°
Ironwood
58°
Siren
60°
Solon Springs
59°
Munising
61°
Brainerd
64°
Bemidji
62°
Aitkin
57°
Silver Bay
61°
Cloquet
57°
Cook
57°
Ely
59°
Grand Rapids
60°
Mora
55°
Moose Lake
57°
Orr
59°
Two Harbors
59°
Hinckley
59°
Connect with KBJR 6
Top Stories
Scroll to top
Skip to content