In partnership with SMA, Tattersall Distilling’s new River Falls destination distillery will host its first summer concert series, Live at Tattersall, beginning in June! Don’t miss the third show of the series – Dave Simonett & Dave Caroll of acclaimed Trampled by Turtles with special guest Nate Weiler – on Thursday, August 11.
Tickets are on sale now!
*LIMITED TICKETS REMAINING!*
General admission tickets as well as a limited number of VIP packages will be available for each show. Each VIP ticket includes access to a premium concert viewing area, passed hors d’oeuvres, four complimentary drink tickets with a pre-show cocktail server and an exclusive Tattersall swag bag.
GA: $25 – $30
About Dave Simonett and Dave Carroll
Dave Simonett and Dave Carroll, of Trampled by Turtles, are playing a rare duo show. Simonett is TBT’s lead vocalist/guitarist, while Dave Carroll accompanies him on banjo and harmony vocals. The duo plays an assortment of songs spanning Trampled By Turtles catalog, Dave Simonett’s solo work, some choice cover songs and more.
About Nate Weiler
Nate Weiler is a singer/songwriter who resides in Duluth, MN. Growing up in South minneapolis, he was fortunate to have parents, siblings and teachers who supported his natural gravitation towards all music. Moving to Duluth, MN for college, he would eventually be gifted a position at the now infamous Pizza Luce Duluth, where he worked and witnessed the thriving talents of local artists such as Charlie Parr, Rich Mattson, The Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank, Trampled by Turtles and more. Nate was moved, enouraged to break out of his shell and share his passion for playing and singing for the Northland community.
From the barrom corner playing for tips and beer, to the side of a bonfire where he is most comfortable, he delivers a mix of original songs and an eclectic collection of cover tunes that will draw you in, or have you pleasantly tapping your feet without even knowing it. His acoustic album, Three Year Winter, is a collection of original songs simply recorded by friends in a basement in Duluth and was influenced by The Wood Brothers, Jason Isbell and John Prine, among others. Beside playing solo, Nate can be seen playing banjo for local Duluth bands such as Eily Havvik and the 35s, Danny Frank and the Smokey Gold, Gelns Neighbor and The Low Sons. Nate lives in the backwoods of Duluth with his partner Samantha, their daughter Zayvian and their Bernese mountain dog mix, Brewster. Sneak up the North Shore and listen for him belting tunes from the comforts of their guest yurt, or into the open fields across the road.
About Live at Tattersall
Concerts will be held once a month at Tattersall’s amphitheater. From rock to folk to bluegrass, all featured bands are Midwest fan favorites. Guests are invited to enjoy live music with Tattersall’s craft cocktails in hand.