Garrison Keillor's 4th of July - Special Discount for Substack subscribers

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Dear Friends and Fans of Garrison Keillor and A Prairie Home Companion,

Summer! We are happy to celebrate the season, especially since we can once again look forward to live concerts — like our Fourth of July show at Summerfield Amphitheater, 4:00 p.m. in St. Michael, Minnesota (just 30 miles north of downtown Minneapolis).

If you’ll be in the Twin Cities area for the holiday weekend, we’d love to see you at this new outdoor venue. Bring your lawn chair or blanket to Summerfield Amphitheater and help us kick off our return to the stage after a long hiatus.

And we have a special offer for you: a discount on your tickets.

Use the code WOBEGON.

Garrison will be joined by his duet partner Prudence Johnson as well as his good friends Adam Granger and Bob Douglas. Dan Chouinard will hold it all together at the keyboard. Garrison promises lots of stories, classic duets, some poetry, and a sing-along to celebrate our country’s independence. Food and beverage will be available on site. 

And Garrison will do his best to make himself available after this performance for anyone who wants to greet him (no guarantees).

For those of you traveling into the area from a long distance, there are some hotels available right in St. Michael but a larger option around Maple Grove. 

The show will wrap up in time for you to attend the nearest fireworks. What a day!

JULY 4, 2021, 4:00 PM   SUMMERFIELD AMPHITHEATER
4300 O’Day Ave. NE, St. Michael, MN 55376
$42/$15  (Add discount code: WOBEGON)

The Summerfield Amphitheater folks promise that in 2021, they “are going bigger, better, bolder … Summerfield will be self-contained with full bar service, food, restrooms, and everything you will need for a great night.” Get all the Summerfield outside concert FAQs here.

Thank you so much for your interest and your support as we start to bring live entertainment back to the stage.

Kate Gustafson, Managing Director, Prairie Home Productions