Taste of Duluth welcomes JOE DIFFIE with special guests CLARE DUNN, DREW BALDRIDGE & WHISKEY TRAIL
FRIDAY, JULY 24, 2020 | 5PM GATES | RAIN OR SHINE | ALL AGES
BAYFRONT FESTIVAL PARK | 700 W RAILROAD STREET | DULUTH, MN 55802
Tickets on sale at 8AM on February 21, 2020. Tickets are available at the Electric Fetus, the Other Place Bar & Grille, The Social House, by phone at 800-965-9324 or online at TwinPortsNightLife.com.General admission early bird (while supplies last- thru April 30th), $10.00! VIP Pit, $25 – includes up front general admission viewing, private bar and VIP restrooms. Additional fees may apply.
Order Tickets: http://twinportsnightlife.com/joe-diffie
Twin Ports Entertainment along with Lundeen Productions is pleased to announce that Taste of Duluth is welcoming country music legend JOE DIFFIE to Bayfront Festival Park Jam scheduled for Friday, July 24that Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth, MN. On the eve of Taste of Duluth, joining Joe Diffie will be special guests CLARE DUNN, DREW BALDRIDGE and local band WHISKEY TRAIL!
“We are so excited to add a great evening of country music prior to Taste of Duluth. Country music fans love live shows and Bayfront is the perfect setting for this community party!”, said Walt Aplin, President of Twin Ports Entertainment. Aplin added “and where else can you see all this great talent for just 10 bucks?!”
ABOUT JOE DIFFIE
his vocal range, Grammy award winner and Grand Ole Opry inductee JOE DIFFIE
is a much-respected interpreter of both traditional and modern country songs.
His warm voice and clear phrasing of lyrics have proven to be crowd pleasers,
whether he’s singing ballads or more rambunctious numbers. With that range, Joe
was a dominant singer through the ’90s, with four gold and platinum albums, 17
Top 10 hits and more than 6 million in record sales.Joe topped the charts with
the likes of “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die),” “Bigger Than the
Beatles,” “Third Rock from the Sun” and “John Deere Green.”With nearly 30 years
in the spotlight, Diffie has no plans to slow down. “I love music. It’s just a
part of me,” he says. “Retiring would be like cutting off my arm or something.
I enjoy everything about it. The travel part gets old once in a while
admittedly, but I love the fans. It beats working any day.”
For more information, visit www.JoeDiffie.com