Whether you’re a fan of Chicago’s 1970s sound, which included songs such as “Saturday in the Park” or you’re into the ballad-heavy ’80s sound (think: “Hard to Say I’m Sorry,” “You’re the Inspiration” and “Hard Habit to Break”) you should get your fill of favorites.
When Andrew Kirov was in high school he wanted a talk show-sketch comedy hybrid — so he created one. He carried somewhat annual performances of “Kirov By Night” through graduation from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, where he and his crew hosted shows for students, and is bringing it to the real world.
It’ll be three polka-heavy days at Black Bear Casino, site of the 35th Annual International Polka Fest. The event, which has been held at various venues around Northern Minnesota in the past three decades, kicks off with music by The Wendingers at 11 a.m. Friday, and the show keeps rolling through the day.
This past October, a troupe of dancers from the Twin Cities area set up shop in Duluth to catch the rhythms of Lake Superior and incorporate it into the production “Wreck,” a simulation of a shipwreck.
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