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Minneapolis, MN

SMA presents


All Ages
Sunday, July 14
Doors: 1pm Show: 2pm
The ROC is a multi-use outdoor facility located in St. Louis Park in the Twin Cities market. During the summer, a dry, concrete floor provides space for a variety of special events, including concerts and community events. SMA is launching a new summer and fall concert series at The ROC. It’s a perfect spot, with great amenities for live music fans, including both the stage and audience being covered by an expansive canopy.

About The Okee Dokee Brothers:
As childhood friends growing up outside of Denver, Colorado, Justin and Joe were always exploring the outdoors. Now, as the GRAMMY Award-winning Okee Dokee Brothers, they’ve channeled their adventurous nature into their wildly popular albums – Can You Canoe?, Through The Woods, Saddle Up, Winterland, and Songs For Singin’ – and ended up in the hearts of American families everywhere. They’ve inspired countless, plaid-shirted fans to get outside, get creative, and sing in harmony along the way. Their latest album, Brambletown is a semi-narrative woodland creature mosaic where “critters can talk, trees can walk, and nothing’s as it seems.” It’s a story of learning, or better yet, remembering how deeply all of us are connected. So, into the forest we go!

Event Details:
The approximate run time is 60 minutes with no intermission. Everyone entering the event must have a ticket, with the exception of children under 2 years. This event is general admission standing room (or dancing room!), with first-come bleacher seating available for those who prefer to enjoy the show sitting down. Please leave strollers at home or in your vehicle, as they will not be permitted into the event space.
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