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Wednesday's storm creates large waves on the North Shore of Lake Superior.
A pleasant change in plans Months ago when I marked July 7th off on the vacation calendar, I had no intentions of taking my cameras with me to Trampled by Turtles at Bayfront. I was planning to carry only some cash, my driver's license and a phone. Plans shifted; now there was camera gear, folding chairs and blankets in the equation. The kids joined us and experienced their first concert. It was a magical Duluth evening that I will never forget. Photos by Clint Austin / email@example.com
Trampled by Turtles headlined a show in front of a sold-out audience at Bayfront Festival Park on Saturday night, with about 10,000 people in attendance. The bluegrass band, which formed in Duluth in the early 2000s, recently released its eighth studio album, "Life is Good on the Open Road." Bad Bad Hats, Charlie Parr, The Last Revel, Superior Siren and Teague Alexy Band also performed.