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FRIDAY! Live at the Historic Chief Theater with Wild Horses

Wild Horses make their Bemidji debut at the Chief Theater, Friday, March 24th!

BEMIDJI — Rising Americana band Wild Horses will headline a free KAXE/KBXE concert Friday, March 24, at the Historic Chief Theater in downtown Bemidji.

In collaboration with the Historic Chief Theater in downtown Bemidji, the Live at the Historic Chief Theater concerts are free, general admission only and first-come, first-served.

After making their debut at the first Grand Rapids Riverfest, the buzz around Wild Horses was palpable. Wild Horses has since released their first album, Runaway, toured out West, and played Riverfest a second time on the main stage with Chastity Brown, Shovels & Rope, and Wilco.

Made up of Jed & Ariana LaPlant, JJ Snell and McKeon Hugh Roberts, the foursome created a dynamic that is electric on stage. Their songs tell stories of love, life and struggle, while making you hang on every word.

This will be the band's first time playing in Bemidji!

Lobby opens at 6:30pm, House at 7 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m.

Brigid's Pub will be in the lobby with beverages available for purchase.

This series is made possible by the citizens of Minnesota, with funding from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

Kari (CAR-ee) is originally from South Dakota … a state often referred to as the land of infinite variety. As Music Director at Northern Community Radio, Kari has taken that theme to heart with her ability to feed a community of listeners hungry for an infinite variety of music and ideas. Along with her trademark lipstick and husky voice … Kari also raises a family … and Baguettes when time permits