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Country music superstars Lonestar will perform live on the stage of Detroit Lakes' Historic Holmes Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
Matt and Nancy McKenzie and their children Isaiah, Caleb, Thomas and Malia have all been a part of the high school choirs and fall musicals at Detroit Lakes High School during Kathy Larson's 34-year tenure with the district, and all six plan to sing as part of her two-day, musical retirement celebration this weekend.
Fireballs, smoke and costume changes all featured prominently during Friday night's Bash on the Beach in Detroit Lakes as Hairball performed the classics and thrilled the outdoor, sold-out crowd as part of the 86th Northwest Water Carnival on July 15.
Check out the dozens of photographs and video clips from Friday night's Bash on the Beach in Detroit Lakes featuring the iconic tribute band Hairball and The Fabulous Armadillos, part of the 10-day, 86th Northwest Water Carnival on July 15.
The Saturday, July 2 concert at Detroit Mountain Recreation Area included music by headliner Jake Owen as well as openers John Morgan and George Birge and a gathering of four area food trucks to cater to the crowd.
Music on the Mountain will also feature special guests John Morgan and George Birge

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Detroit Lakes' Live at the Lodge Thursday concert series was severely curtailed by the COVID pandemic, with just two concerts held last summer, and none the summer before that. Now, they're back — and partnering with the Detroit Lakes Noon Rotary's Trucks & Tunes to present live music on alternating Thursdays this summer, June 16 through Sept. 1.
The enduringly popular summer concert series, Tuesdays in the Park, returns to the Detroit Lakes City Park Bandshell on Tuesday, June 7, with a performance by the Lakes Area Community Concert Band.
"Croce Plays Croce," a unique tribute by A.J. Croce, son of the late folk singer Jim Croce, will be presented Friday, April 29 at Detroit Lakes' Historic Holmes Theatre. The 7:30 p.m. concert will feature music by both A.J. and Jim Croce as well as some of the songs that influenced them both.

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