The big summer concert announcements keep coming, and this one is huge.

The Minnesota Yacht Club just announced the lineup for the Minnesota Yacht Club Festival July 19th and 20th.

Minnesota Yacht Club Festival

The headliners include 90s stalwarts Alanis Morissette and Gwen Stefani, as well as funk rock legends Red Hot Chili Peppers.

In addition to those heavyweights, other artists announced for the festival on Harriet Island include:

  • The Black Crowes
  • Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  • The Offspring
  • Soul Asylum
  • Gary Clark, Jr
2024 lineup via MinnesotaYachtClub.com
2024 lineup via MinnesotaYachtClub.com
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This could be a great opportunity to knock out some bucket list bands while also discovering some great new music, including a few indie Minnesota bands:

  • Durry: a brother-sister indie-rock band out of Burnsville, MN
  • Hippo Campus: an indie-rock band out of St. Paul, MN
  • Gully Boys: a grunge power-pop four-piece from Minneapolis, MN
  • Harbor and Home: an Americana-rock band from Minneapolis, MN
  • The Head and the Heart: an American folk band out of Seattle
  • Michigander: a rock band out of - wait for it - Michigan (Kalamazoo)
  • Trombone Shorty: a New Orleans jazz-pop-rock-hip hop-fusion musician
  • Wilderado: a Tulsa, Oklahoma indie-folk band
  • Nico Vega: a Los Angeles indie-rock band
  • Irontom: rock band featuring the son of former Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Jack Irons

The ticket presale begins this Friday (February 2nd) at 10am. You must sign up for the presale code on the Minnesota Yacht Club's website, or by email.

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Grumpy Old Men's Minnesota Filming Locations

Does your family have some Family Movies? I mean those films that get played a lot in your house. The go-to bits of joy that make a day better, and are far more fun than watching The Weather Channel for an hour. 

Growing up, our family movies included Grease (my parent's favorite movie), Bill and Ted, and Back to the Future. Now, with my spouse and kids, our family movies include Twister and Wall-E in heavy rotation. We also have long been obsessed with the Grumpy Old Men films. 

The movie Grumpy Old Men, and its sequel, take place in Minnesota. They’re about a pair of lifelong frenemies, Max and John, played by Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon. They’re a couple of grumps living their retirement ice fishing and tormenting each other.

The movie was written and directed by Hastings, Minnesota native Mark Steven Johnson. And he made The Land of 10,000 Lakes one of the stars of the film.

The 1993 movie was shot in Minnesota, mainly at locations around Minneapolis and St Paul. Which means many of the locations are still there. So, we decided to take a Grumpy Old Men tour and see where they filmed this classic.

Gallery Credit: Ben Kuhns

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