A Full Moon tradition continues at Harriet Brewing's Tap Room. Every full moon we will gather as a community and get groovy with the full moon. The evening starts with a potluck. Then bring those instruments and songs to lead and join in the full moon circle jam. Following the jam Niki Becker and the Katy Vernon band will serenade us the rest of the night. On this night we celebrate the Full Worm Moon. Niki Becker: 7pm Katy Vernon Band: 9pm Food Truck: Vin's Italian Katy Vernon: Katy Vernon is a Minneapolis / St. Paul based singer songwriter. She grew up in London, England and has been writing and singing as long as she can remember. She moved to the US after meeting her future American husband on a train from Amsterdam to Berlin. Katy Vernon has had a very busy couple of years. She has performed at venues such as the Aster Cafe (Which sold out for her third Annual Uke-Fest!), The Amsterdam Bar, 331 Club, Icehouse, Lee’s Liquor Lounge, The Cowles Center with the James Sewell Ballet Company, The Guthrie and even the Fitzgerald Theater with Garrison Keillor! Katy now has a full band and is currently working towards a follow up record. Niki Becker: Niki Becker is an indie-folk singer/songwriter who has released two full-length albums in the past two years. Her sound is a mix of pop-rock melodies, a la Rilo Kiley, with the guitar playing styling of Ani Difranco. Niki’s songs are personal and introspective, diving into relationships and examining the day-to-day in life. Born and raised in rural Minnesota, Niki made frequent trips to Minneapolis to explore the city and take in her favorite bands that would come to town. Her music evokes the country music of her childhood along with the rock music of her teen years, mixing plucky acoustic guitars and ukuleles with sometimes crunchy, sometimes whimsical layered electric guitars, rhythmic drums, and melancholy vocals. Her most recent album, Sea Salt, has received great reviews and airplay from college and public radio stations across the country. Full Worm Moon - At the time of this spring Moon, the ground begins to soften and earthworm casts reappear, inviting the return of robins. In some regions, this is also known as the Sap Moon, as it marks the time when maple sap begins to flow and the annual tapping of maple trees begins.
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