Some shows are harder to get into than others, and that armband doesn’t guarantee you a spot — but for most shows you do need one for entry. If you’re super-stoked about, say, Bratwurst, get to the venue early and park it. Shows are first come, first served. Trampled By Turtles plays at 9 p.m. Tuesday at Clyde Iron Works. A $25 weeklong wristband is required for the show. The venue opens at 5 p.m. on the day of the show, according to duluthhomegrown.com. Also on the bill: Jason Wussow & Friends and The Keep Aways. Aurora & Her Good Intentions play on the mezzanine at 6 p.m. Speaking of armbands: Tickets are $5 for a weekday pass, $15 for a
single-day pass on Friday or Saturday and $25 for a weeklong pass. Available at the Electric Fetus or during events at venues that require a wristband for entry. You might have your Homegrown Field Guide marked up and twisted into a personalized origami schedule, but you can stay tuned into duluthhomegrown.com for lineup changes. They happen sometimes. And since we’re on the topic of the Internet: @dhgmf is the official Homegrown Twitter handle and the hashtag for this year’s event is #hgmf13. This is a good way to keep track of what’s happening where you’re not and deciding whether you need to get there. The Duluth Transit Authority is offering free trolley rides through downtown from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. The trolley travels on Superior Street between Fourth Avenue West and Eighth Avenue East, hitting venues in 20-minute intervals. It stops at Fitger’s Brewery Complex, Carmody Irish Pub, Teatro Zuccone, Tycoons Alehouse, Pizza Luce, RT Quinlan’s Saloon and Roscoe’s Pioneer Bar. Check in with the News Tribune for daily band bios and event schedules and nightly posts at fun.areavoices.com. Follow the coverage on Twitter at twitter.com/dntane. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/dntane.
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