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Downtown Sidewalk Sessions music series returns for 2022

Schedule of musicians is set for midday performances on Peace Plaza.

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Audrey Robinson performs at Thesis Beer Project Feb. 16, 2022.
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ROCHESTER — Rochester Downtown Alliance’s Sidewalk Sessions is returning this summer. The outdoor music series features 24 live music performances Mondays and Fridays from May 16 to August 5 in Peace Plaza.

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Audrey Robinson kicks off the first one Monday, May 16, 2022.

Performances will be from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. in Peace Plaza. The City of Rochester and Mayo Clinic helped fund the sessions and Treedome booked the artists.

More information about the music series is available at www.downtownrochestermn.com .

Sidewalk Sessions Schedule

  • May 16: Audrey Robinson
  • May 20: Joel Ward
  • May 23: Matt Woods
  • May 27: Mike Munson
  • May 30: Bad Posture Club
  • June 1: Michael Gay
  • June 6: Amanda Jay
  • June 10: Colby Kent & The Stompin' Ground
  • June 13: Annie Enneking
  • June 17: Clay Fulton
  • June 20: Luke Hendrickson
  • June 24: Megan Kleven
  • June 27: My Grandma's Cardigan
  • July 1: Colin Campbell
  • July 4: Carriage House
  • July 8: Mrs. Pinky and the Great Fox & Friends
  • July 11: Theyself
  • July 15: The Lonely Knees
  • July 18: Freaque
  • July 22: Hyooman
  • July 25: Hannah Lou Woods
  • July 29: Lanue
  • August 1: Jeff Kelly
  • August 5: Loud Mouth Brass
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