Head down to the High Court Pub tonight for an evening of music and community, featuring local talents on the mezzanine stage. Local musician Ben Marolf will be hosting, and he encourages all levels of talent to come play!
No musical skill? Read a poem!
No instruments? That’s OK! Pick out your favorite shower song for karaoke.
Join us in welcoming Charlie Warner back to the High Court on Saturday evening.
Charlie is a frequent guest on our stage, who “has performed as a guitarist, drummer and harmonica player with various rock and blues bands in the Twin Cities and Southeast Minnesota for the past 30 years.”
Have you been paying attention during the past 12 months? Come test how much you really remember about the big (and not so big) events of the year. From pop culture to politics and everything in between. Start 2017 off right with some fun trivia tonight at 7:30pm and say goodbye to 2016!
Question of the Week: Two paintings worth a total of $100 million, “Seascape at Scheveningen” and “Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen,” previously stolen from a museum in Amsterdam were returned. Who was the artist?
Join us in welcoming Mike back to the High Court Pub stage this Friday.
“Making his home in the Mississippi River town of Winona, Minnesota, Mike Munson is well known for playing slide guitar blues. The driving rhythms in his songs are reminiscent of the trains that barrel through his neighborhood.”
We’re jazzed to have him back, and we hope you’ll join us for an evening of slide blues and community at the HCP.