Tigirlily brings blend of country, folk, pop music Friday to Grand Forks
Nashville recording artists, the North Dakota duo Tigirlily is set to perform from 8 to 10 p.m. Friday at the Brick and Barley Bar and Restaurant in downtown Grand Forks.
Sisters Kendra and Krista Slaubaugh from Hazen, N.D., will entertain listeners with acoustic music with proven appeal for pop, folk and country music audiences.
The event will also feature Jordynn Johnsrud, of Goodridge, Minn., who will play a musical set.
Tigirily, which debuted their first original album in 2013, released two more extended-play works in 2014. The pair's latest work, "Wild Creatures," released in June, charted at No. 14 on iTunes Country Charts and No. 5 on the Billboard Heatseekers northwest regional chart.
Admission to Friday's performance is $6 at the door. Guests must be 21.
The Brick and Barley is at 9 N. Third St.
Tigirlily also will present an acoustic show and meet-and-greet at 4 p.m. Sunday at Harriman's Opera House in Maddock, N.D.
Grab your lawn chair or a blanket Friday and get ready to enjoy the Dal Segno Chamber Camp concert at 1 p.m. outside at Wesley United Methodist Church at 1600 Fourth Ave. N.
The concert, the culmination of a week of string instruction by teachers with the Northern Valley Youth Orchestras, is supported by the Grand Forks Park and Recreation Foundation.
The young string musicians, members of the NVYO, are from the Grand Cities and surrounding communities including Crookston, Thief River Falls and Fertile, Minn., and Hatton and McVille, N.D.
In case of inclement weather, the event will be held indoors.
For more information, go to www.novyo.org.
If you love an outdoor music festival, make plans to take in the Devils Lake RockFest "Rockin' the Cove" on Friday and Saturday at the marina at Woodland Resort on the banks of Devils Lake.
The event features live rock and country music.
Friday's entertainment, starting at 7:30 p.m., will feature "Dirt Road Dixie" and "Lost Highway." Bands that hit the stage starting at 7 p.m. Saturday are: "Free Fallin'," a tribute to Tom Petty; "Freebird," and "Snake Oil," a tribute to rock's biggest stars, organizers said.
An advance weekend pass is $30; a one-day gate pass is $25, and a weekend gate pass is $40. Go to www.devilslakerockfest.ticketbud.com/2017.
For more information, call (701) 351-1757.
Mark your calendar and make plans to attend East Grand Forks' Heritage Days, which revs up Aug. 17 with a 7 p.m. parade starting at Fourth St. N.W. and River Road.
The parade will be followed by the Adult Tractor Pull at 8 p.m. and many other activities and events through Aug. 20 at Heritage Village.
A highlight of the annual event is "The New Land" exhibit, from the State Historical Society of North Dakota, which may be viewed at the Granville Church. The exhibit documents Swedish emigration to this region in the 1800s, before and after North Dakota became a state.
Admission is $8. Free for children younger than 12, accompanied by an adult, and active-duty military personnel, with ID, and up to five family members.
For a complete schedule, go to www.egfheritage.com.
Heritage Village is at 219 20th St. N.E.