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jeremy messersmith 11 Obscenely Optimistic Songs for Ukulele Tour

Contact: headwatersschool@yahoo.com | 218.444.5606

When: Wednesday May 31st, Doors at 7:00pm – Concert at 7:30pm

Where: Headwaters School of Music and the Arts | 519 Minnesota Ave NW, Bemidji, MN 56601

Who: All ages - Cost to attend is $10

Jeremy Messersmith, a singer-songwriter from Minneapolis, will be performing shows around Minnesota in support of his newest record, 11 Obscenely Optimistic Songs for Ukulele.

This tour is a follow-up to the 50 shows Jeremy played all over the US last month. During this tour Jeremy will perform 30 free, open-to-the-public, pop up shows all over the state. He’s appearing in Bemidji at 5:30pm on Wednesday, May 31st for a live performance at the Paul and Babe statue where attendees are encouraged to bring an instrument and sing along.

A ticketed concert concert will be held at Headwaters Music and Arts at 7:00pm, following the event at Paul Babe. Beer and wine will be available for purchase at the concert, provided by local bar, Keg n' Cork. Tickets are $10 and are available for purchase at
{ https://www.jeremymessersmith.com/merch }

11 Obscenely Optimistic Songs For Ukulele: A Micro-Folk Record For The 21st Century And Beyond, is a new songbook and album jam-packed with ridiculous songs about kittens, world peace, flying cars and the transformative power of love. Why? Because we all need a ray of sunshine every now and again. Because it's important to not lose sight of how good things could be. Because the first step to a better world is to imagine a better world.

 

A free songbook with all the music and lyrics, along with a full list of tour stops can be found at Jeremy’s website
{ https://www.jeremymessersmith.com/ }

This activity was made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Community Arts Education Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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