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Square Lake Fest 2014 on sale today with Low, Anonymous Choir

Posted by: Chris Riemenschneider under Music, Concert news, Minnesota musicians Updated: June 25, 2014 - 10:56 AM
Low played the Electric Fetus in <a href=Minneapolis last year to tout their album "The Invisible Way." / Tom Wallace, Star Tribune" />

Low played the Electric Fetus in Minneapolis last year to tout their album "The Invisible Way." / Tom Wallace, Star Tribune

A cultishly enjoyed annual event that’s kept small by design – and thus has sold out in recent years – Stillwater’s Square Lake Film & Music Festival put tickets on sale today for its 2014 installment on Aug. 9. This year’s music headliner is Low, who open for Trampled by Turtles and Doomtree at Duluth’s Bayfront Park on Saturday and always seem to offer some kind of memorable outdoor Twin Cities performance each summer. Also, Dark Dark Dark singer Nona Marie’s vocal group Anonymous Choir will stage a live score to the 1975 silent film “Aucassin & Nicolette” at the festival.

Here’s the full music lineup:

Low played the Electric Fetus in Minneapolis last year to tout their album "The Invisible Way." / Tom Wallace, Star Tribune

  • Low
  • Anonymous Choir
  • Frankie Lee
  • Shiro Dame
  • Carroll
  • Gao Hong
  • Ruben

As always, Square Lake will feature assorted indie filmmaker showcases throughout the day and involves a marathon-like bicycle run, too. The event is held near Square Lake Park on the northern outskirts of Stillwater. Tickets are $25 advance, or $10 if you register to ride your bike to the fest.

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