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Ivy League Presents: Minnesota in The Music Garden

Celebrate the Spring Semester at Potbelly's for Minnesota live in the Music Garden with EDM performances starting at 5:00pm on Saturday, February 16th, 2019. 

The purpose of this event is to highlight Tallahassee's EDM Culture with featured artist Minnesota and supporting performances by Evalution, Cat Daddy and Shulman.

Ticketing Information:

General Admission Tickets are currently $10 and include access to Potbelly's and The Painted Lady before during and after the event. Tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite or . For Table Service Reservations please contact (850) 322-2598.

**This is an 18+ event, but attendees under the age of 21 will be subject to additional charges upon check-in.

4:00pm - Kickoff and Pre-Banding

  • All ticket types include complimentary access to Potbelly's and The Painted Lady for Saturday Ladies Night, during and following the event.

5:00pm - Supporting Artists: Evalution, Cat Daddy and Shulman

  • Enjoy sounds by some of your favorite local EDM Artists performing live in the Music Garden.

  • Artists include Evalution, Cat Daddy and Shulman.

8:00pm - Headliner Minnesota

  • The man named after the land of 10,000 lakes (that’s Minnesota, if you didn’t know) has been aforce on the bass scene for nearly a decade. Prominent original tracks like “Push It,” “HiLow,”“Float,” and “Thunderdome” are dependable festival favorites and crush the dancefloor time andagain.

10:00pm - Follow Up Party

  • Stick around and party the night out with Suplex and Sill performing live in the Music Garden

Parking Opportunities:

  • 2 Blocks from multiple parking garages including Kleman Plaza in the heart of Downtown

  • College Avenue street parking

More Information on Headliner: Minnesota:

M I N N E S O T A— Although he’s made a name for himself in the electronic music space, Minnesota’s(aka Christian Bauhofer) musical journey started with heavy doses of classic rock. He washeavily influenced by the psychedelic style of rock legends including Pink Floyd and LedZeppelin and cites them as inspiration for what would become his own sound.College is supposed to be a time of growth and exploration and this was no exception forChristian. It was during his college years after he moved from Minnesota to Santa Cruz,California that he first discovered the underground electronic music scene via renegade partiesthat would be thrown in the redwoods of Santa Cruz. “That community / subculture was reallymy main introduction into the music. Different crews would bring out a generator with CDJs andplay music until the sun rose. We were really blown away.” Christian would soon throw his ownshows in Santa Cruz to provide himself with a forum to DJ. “I wanted to DJ but nobody knewwho I was, so myself and a core group of friends began throwing our own parties. We were verylucky to get into it the space before everything blew up,” he adds.First Santa Cruz, now the world. Minnesota’s rise has been steady and impressive; To coincidewith the launch of his new record label Outer Realms, Minnesota will be embarking on hisbiggest tour yet. Dubbed “Adventures Through Space And Time,” the tour will see Minnesotaand his pals Charlesthefirst, Zeke beats, Esseks and Pigeonhole traverse North Americathrough 35+ dates this fall.As for what the future holds? Be on the lookout for a ton of new music in the coming monthsfrom Minnesota and a cast of talented friends to be released via Outer Realms.