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Feb 08th

Clocks and Clouds will be Live on the Drive

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clocks for webThe annual Northside summer concert series, Live on the Drive, continues it's seventh year. The unique sounds of Clocks and Clouds classical fusion will perform on Thursday, July 10th, from 6 to 8pm. The second of three concerts held outdoors this summer on the scenic Victory Memorial Drive at 34th Avenue North in Minneapolis, one of the most beautiful concert settings in the city.

Clocks and Clouds has stunned audiences with their unique fusion of rock and classical music. The group consists of violinist Stephanie Shogren, cellist Lucas Shogren, and drummer Derek Powers. Each member brings their own individual musical style and ideas to create exciting and epic music that has been met with enthusiasm in audiences of all ages. By adding pick-ups to their acoustic instruments, incorporating guitar effects and loops, using a full drum kit, and writing original rock music for stringed instruments, a sound is created that is instantly appealing to listeners.

Come with an appetite and enjoy dinner from food vendors The Lowry Café, Mama Donato's Woodfired Pizza, Gramsky's Sandwiches, and treat yourself with gelato from Nona Rossa's. Stay into the evening for a movie in the park, featuring "Remember The Titans" at dusk right at the Live on the Drive concert site. Our "green" events feature recycling and composting, diverting 93% of materials out of the waste stream last year.

Live on the Drive is presented by founding partner, North Memorial, with the Cleveland Neighborhood Association, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, North End Hardware and The Lowry Café, Hennepin County, Westphal Auxiliary Legion, Healy Creative, North News, Victory Neighborhood Association, Washburn-McReavy, and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council. This activity is funded, in part, by appropriations from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State's general fund, and its arts and cultural heritage fund that was created by a vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.

For more information, call 612-588-1155 or visit

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