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Tropical Depression, A Tribute To Alan Jackson

Mortimer's, 2001 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55405

Jump in your Mercury and head on down to Mort's!

Cole Diamond and the boys are once again transforming into their alter ego Tropical Depression; an Alan Jackson tribute of the highest caliber. We'll be joined by up and coming powerhouse Molly Brandt and regional country superstars Redwing Blackbird. Grab some tickets, grab some friends and for the love of God "Don't Rock The Jukebox".

8:00PM Doors / Music 8:30PM / 21+

$5 ADV - $10 DOS

Cole Diamond w/ Jeff Larson

Palmer's Bar, 500 Cedar Avenue, Minneapolis, MN

Come hang out at everyone's favorite West Bank watering hole. We'll be there doing a few sets and hanging out with our buddy Jeff Larson.

21+ / ID Required / Proof of vaccination or negative test required.

$15

Cole Diamond's Honky Tonkin' New Year's Eve

Eagles #34 Ernie Mattson Ballroom, 2507 East 25th Street , Minneapolis, MN

Ring in the New Year, Honky Tonk Style!

Bust out your finest western wear and meet up at the Eagles Club in beautiful South Minneapolis on NYE. Live music from Trevor McSpadden and Cole Diamond's Tropical Depression (A Tribute to Alan Jackson) will keep you out on the dance floor all night long. And if learning how to two step is your New Year's resolution, you're in luck! Hold Your Lady Tight will be on hand to teach you the basics. See you there, partner!

$10 Advance / $15 At the door

Doors 8:00PM \ Dance Lesson 8:30PM \ 21+ ID Required

Proof of full Covid-19 vaccination required for entry

Private Party

Saint Paul, Minnesota

The Bad Man, Ian Valor, King Brown, and Cole Diamond

Mortimer's, 2001 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55405

kickstart your headache with the rowdiest mess of bands. midwest king of country Cole Diamond begins the evening at the sultry place where nostalgia and hope meet. King Brown then defies physics with more full and flawless sound than a duo should rightly be afforded the ability to perform. Ian Valor next warms your bones with his big old baritone vocal whimsy and grooviest of true rock and roll songwriting. The Bad Man finally swirls you into acceptance that it has been chaos from the start and will continue to be so even when you get home and go to sleep so tight because you just had the best night of live music you could have had.

$15 advance / $20 day of

Doors at 8 PM