Fosston Library and Arts Center Invites Musician for First Concert of Fall 2021 Tour
By: Mary Balstad firstname.lastname@example.org
Fosston, MN – People are looking forward to the return of the entertainment industry since it shutdown last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it is in a movie theater, museum or at a stage performance, the public has been anticipating the return of enjoying art together. With the efforts of masking and the vaccine, many of these businesses have returned in varying degrees of success. The Fosston Community Library and Arts Center (FCLAA) will bring some of this missing entertainment to the city of Fosston with a live concert starring Dan Rodriguez. The singer/songwriter will come to the FCLAA on October 16th as his premiere post-pandemic performance to start his 2021 tour. Bonnie Stewart speaks about how this concert became a possibility with the Arts Midwest grant and what audiences can expect at the Saturday performance.
Rodriguez was originally scheduled to play in Fosston last year, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic it was cancelled. Now, the Minneapolis bound singer will be able to share his wide range of songs to audiences here in Fosston on Saturday, October 16th starting at 7 P.M. Stewart explains some of the highlights Rodriguez’s achievements in his music career.
Tickets for the concert are $10 each. They can be purchased either online at fclaa.org or in-person at Nord’s Pharmacy & Gifts in Fosston. More information about the concert and future events at the Library Arts Center in Fosston can be found at their website fclaa.org.