AWOLNation rocked the stage at GoFest ’18. Photo by Darin Kamnetz.
Audi Minneapolis, Audi St. Paul Go Fest is your annual destination for summer fun and an incredible outdoor music experience, right in the heart of the of Twin Cities!
Brought to you by Audi of Minneapolis, Audi of St. Paul and McDonalds, Go Fest ’19 will be an unforgettable Friday night of music at the Cabooze Outdoor Plaza, co-headlined by British indie rockers Catfish And The Bottlemen and soulful NY alternative trio X Ambassadors.
Go Fest ’19 will also feature performances by buzzing singer-songwriter Allan Rayman and A Female-Fronted Band TBA, plus local music by the winner of Go 96.3’s latest Go Local Battle of the Bands.
This is an all-ages event. Doors are at 5 p.m. on June 28.
Or win your way in to our biggest show of the summer here:
Catfish And The Bottlemen
Welsh indie rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen exploded onto the scene in 2014 with a stadium-ready update of the garage rock guitar sound brought to bear by bands like The Strokes, The Killers, and The Libertines. Their platinum-selling debut The Balcony catapulted the band into stardom, and their 2016 follow-up The Ride cemented their crossover stateside.
Catfish and the Bottlemen are gearing up for the release of their third LP The Balance in late April, meaning we should have a whole bunch of new songs to look forward to.
New York alt-rockers X Ambassadors are the total package. Combining a knack for ear-worm hooks with a savvy penchant for timely collaborations with artists as big as Imagine Dragons, Lil Wayne, Eminem and Zedd, the trio’s breakout 2015 album VHS is well-past platinum with no signs of stopping.
X Ambassadors have entered 2019 with their proverbial guns blazing, releasing a pair of infectious singles in “Joyful” and “Boom,” and we can’t wait to see what else they have in store for us.
Enigmatic Canadian singer-songwriter Allan Rayman combines a kaleidoscopic array of influences, from ’90s grunge to Bon Iver-esque folk, and even elements of The Weeknd’s early fractured R&B.
Rayman collaborated with Imagine Dragons superproducer AlexDaKid for his latest release, last year’s Harry Hard-On, which helped win him a Juno Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year.