$8 in advance/$10 at the door

10:30pm doors/11pm showtime










Elliot Blaufuss:


Elliott Blaufuss is an international touring and recording artist from Minneapolis who has been playing around the Twin Cities since he was 15-years-old.  Starting a band at the age of ten he learned guitar from his father and how to sing and hear harmonies.  His sound has become a stew of those early records played around the house, Soul/Pop/Americana.  He went on to play  with several noted bands in Minnesota before being asked to join Warner Bros. recording artist Eric Hutchinson as a musical director and multi-instrumentalist in the summer of '09. through this group he has toured and shared the stage with: Jason Mraz, Kelly Clarkson, David Gray, Ingrid Michelson, Matisyahu, Allen Stone, Soulive, Sara Barielles, Michael Franti and Lupe Fiasco to name some.  He has also contributed to the troops doing two tours for the U.S.O, one in Africa and the other in the Middle East.  Currently residing in Nashville and releasing his third record in the summer of 2016, Elliott is a truly dynamic songwriter and performer who plays guitar, keyboards, hammond organ, bass, accordion and saxophone,It all makes for a consistently crowd pleasing event from an emerging artistic voice.







Born in a coulee and forged from a socially minded squeezebox duo, Elsa charted her course in life around music. Her travelogue life exposed her to the roots of small town american regions formed from the driftless, poorly sorted and cobble-rich regions of Wisconsin. Exchanging ideas and lyrics with her surroundings, Elsa first began crafting her trade with fellow high school jazz band members, flickers of deciduous light-beams, and shadows of late-night lava lamps. Sharing stages with her closest confidants during the pre-teen years, Elsa gathered her seeds and extended her roots into the creeping snowberry slopes, Zambezi aquifers and cottonwood corridors of the world. After collecting her thoughts and planting her future, Elsa reunited with longtime friends to assemble life’s rhythms.