Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council curating all-ages shows

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As part of this summer's Open Field experiment on the grassy knoll alongside the Walker Art Center, a group known as the Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council (WACTAC) has formed to help promote all-ages concerts in the Twin Cities, both on the Walker's grounds with the Open Exposure show on July 11 with Tapes 'n Tapes, Total Babe, and Eyedea & Abilities, and with a series of all-ages shows presented at various venues this week. Starting tomorrow night at the Beat Coffeehouse, the WACTAC is curating a set of three shows "highlighting some of the best high school bands and rappers in the Twin Cities," all of whom are under the age of 20.

See below for the full lineup of all-ages shows happening this week, including the show at the Beat in Uptown and showcases at the Depot Coffeehouse in Hopkins and Eclipse Records in St. Paul. All shows presented by WACTAC are free and open to the public.

THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 6-10 PM at the BEAT COFFEEHOUSE
6 pm Diving for Illusions
7 pm Cat & Fox
8 pm Wolf Mountain
9 pm TBA

SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 6-10 PM at the DEPOT COFFEEHOUSE
6 pm Nice Purse
7 pm The Beloved Kings
8 pm Faith Boblett
9 pm BubbleTeeth

SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 6-10 PM at ECLIPSE RECORDS
6 pm The Burn Aways
7 pm Sons of St. Francis
8 pm Enable Mind
9 pm Just Wulf

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