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June 14, 2019, Friday - Pryes Anniversary Block Party (2 days)

Times:  4 pm – 1 pm both days

Location: Pryes Brewing, 1401 W River Road N

Pryes Anniversary Block Party

Celebrate with us at the Pryes Anniversary Block Party. Featuring two days filled with live music, expanded beer garden, Makers Market and more!

FRIDAY

4:00pm-9:00pm: Pop-up Shops
Ma Jolie Marché, Lifted Optics & Lemon Drop Photo Booth

Friday on the Main Stage
4:00pm: Doors Open
5:00pm: Battlerat
6:00pm: Seaberg & the Black Velvet Punks
7:00pm: Jaedyn James & The Hunger
8:30pm: The 4onthefloor

Friday on the Feather Bowling Stage (Indoor)
9:00pm-1:00am: Electric Feel hosted by Forever Young & FøøLPrøøF

SATURDAY

1:00pm-7:00pm: Minneapolis Craft Market featuring:
3seams
Ally Jane Jewelry
Apothicare
Artwork by Danielle O'Malley
Awesome Industries
Fair Anita
Green Lakes Botany
International Cigars
Made By Linnae
Mountain Metal
NE mpls
Radiate Activewear
Sage & Cedar Arts
Saint Minneapolis
Sick Scents
Something Borrowed -LV
Squirrel
Tesoros de Atitlan
The Mad Owl
Triple Crown Mpls

1:00pm-7:00pm: Pryes Mini Golf

Saturday on the Main Stage
1:00pm: Doors Open
2:00pm: Mae Simpson Music
3:00pm: Gentleman Speaker
4:00pm: ahem
5:00pm: Black Widows
6:00pm: Gully Boys
7:00pm: Nooky Jones
8:30pm: Black Market Brass with Special Guests

Saturday on the Feather Bowling Stage (Indoor)
9:00pm-1:00am: DJ Shannon Blowtorch with Special Guests.
Ft Mike 2600, Ander Other, Dwynell Roland (Cameo Appearance) & Hosted by Mina Moore.

Habitat for Humanity
Pryes Brewing is proud to support Habitat for Humanity. 21+ guests will be required to buy a $4 wristband to drink. A portion of the proceeds from the wristband sales will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.

About the Block Party
The Block Party is open to all ages. Dogs are welcome outside in the expanded beer garden. There will be an ATM available, but we encourage our guests to bring cash. The City of MPLS will be here with their giant water station, bring a refillable vessel and stay hydrated. We're excited to be joined by our friends at the Minneapolis Bouldering Project, the TC River Rats and MN Nice Cream.

Expanded Bike Parking
Pryes Brewing is bringing in additional bike racks for an expand bike parking lot. We encourage our guests to bike to the party or take a Taxi/Uber/Lyft.

Minneapolis Craft Market
Pryes Brewing is excited to welcome the Minneapolis Craft Market to the Block Party on Saturday. The Minneapolis Craft Market is a community social hub and an incubator for the arts. They believe the Twin Cities has a unique culture of creativity, with a goal to provide a venue for both emerging and established makers to sell their work.

Habitat for Humanity Mission Statement
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity is committed to building the quality of life, health, and economic prosperity of the seven-county metro region by producing, preserving, and advocating for affordable homeownership – because homes and families are the foundation of successful communities.