The fourth concert of this summer’s Hugo’s Concert Series brings Grammy-nominated country singer David Nail — and some road closures — to Grand Forks.
There will be a temporary road closure on North Fourth Street and First Avenue in downtown Grand Forks starting at 6 p.m. Friday until early in the morning on Sunday.
The concert will open its gates at 5 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Fourth Street and First Avenue. Two Way Crossing, a country group with pop and rock vibes, will start playing at 6 p.m. Nail's performance follows at 9 p.m.
General admission tickets cost $20; children 5 and younger can enter for free. Food and beverage vendors will be available in the event area, though a valid ID is required to receive a wristband for alcohol purchases.
Nail received a Grammy nomination in 2011 for his vocal performance on “Turning Home,” the third single on his debut album, “I’m About to Come Alive.” Currently, Nail is the frontman of the band David Nail and the Well Ravens.
Two Way Crossing is a six-piece band fronted by Jenny and Blake Marvin.
The Hugo's Concert Series is a series of six outdoor concerts held during the summer in Grand Forks in 2019. The next concerts will be on July 25 and Aug. 24, featuring The Johnny Holm Band and Eric Pasley, respectively.