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HOMEGROWN: What you need to know

Here are the details on Homegrown Music Festival IX: Tickets You can buy advance tickets at the Electric Fetus, 12 E. First St. During the festival, tickets can be purchased at any venue. Here's the breakdown: - Weeklong pass for all events: $20....

Here are the details on Homegrown Music Festival IX:

Tickets

You can buy advance tickets at the Electric Fetus, 12 E. First St. During the festival, tickets can be purchased at any venue.

Here's the breakdown:

- Weeklong pass for all events: $20.

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- Monday's Homegrown Film Festival: $5.

- Wednesday's Lakeview Castle pass: $5.

- Thursday pass: $5.

- Single-day pass for May 4 or May 5: $10.

- Weekend pass for all events on May 4-5: $15.

Free rides

The Duluth Transit Authority's Port Town Trolley will offer free rides from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. May 4-5. Two trolleys will shuttle along Superior Street from the Fitger's Brewery Complex at 600 E. Superior St. to the Tap Room's new location at First Street and Fourth Avenue West. Stops are at Fitger's/Pickwick Restaurant parking lot, Greysolon Plaza, Duluth Technology Village, Dubh Linn Pub, R.T. Quinlan's Saloon and the Tap Room.

Twenty-one means 21

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Just because you have a weekend pass doesn't mean you can sneak into taverns without an ID. If you are not 21, stick to the all-ages venues such as Pizza Luce, the Play Ground, the Encounter, UMD's Kirby Student Center, Renegade Comedy Theatre, Beaner's Central and Lakeview Coffee House.

No seat guaranteed

A Homegrown pass doesn't guarantee you a seat. At venues with limited seating, it's best to show up early to see a favorite act because you may not be admitted if the venue is full.

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