Lissie at Minnesota State Fair in 2018/ Star Tribune photo by Aaron Lavinsky

Lissie at Minnesota State Fair in 2018/ Star Tribune photo by Aaron Lavinsky

Lissie, a staunch Midwestern singer-songwriter who can handle fall weather, will play five outdoor concerts in five days this month at the Icehouse in south Minneapolis.

A favorite in the Twin Cities, the strong-voiced Quad Cities folk-rocker will kick her off “Autumn Escape” with two full band concerts on Oct. 11 (3 and 7 p.m.). Then on Oct. 13 and 14, she’ll perform solo at 7 p.m. Her band, which features some Minnesota musicians, will rejoin her on Oct. 15.

Tickets cost $50 to $65 at icehousempls.com and suemclean.com. Masks are required for entering and exiting. Seating will be socially distanced. Capacity is an intimate 65 people.

Known for such radio faves as “When I’m Alone” and “Best Days,” Lissie livestreamed a concert from Minneapolis’ Parkway Theater in July.

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