WIN TICKETS: The Banjo Hour with Captain Gravitone & the String Theory Orchestra

The Banjo Hour is a vaudeville-style variety show mixing music, magic, comedy, and the adventures of Captain Gravitone, super-hero of the new millennia.

The two hour vaudeville-style show is hosted by magician and comedian, Michael Callahan (2nd Story Comedy), and features the music of Captain Gravitone & the String Theory Orchestra, with music guest, the legendary Papa John Kolstad, with Wailin’ Willie Smith. Our announcer is Minnesota hall-of-fame musician, Ron Arsenault, and our banjo consultant is the world-famous banjo maker (and player), Tom Nechville.

I have two pairs of tickets to give away. To enter, use the raffle form below. Please use your full name for will call purposes. Two winners will be randomly selected and notified via email.

Friday, November 3, 2017
10:00pm
 (doors at 9:30)
Bryant Lake Bowl Theater
810 W. Lake St.
Minneapolis
Tickets: $10/ $8 in advance

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