THE CACTUS BLOSSOMS with special guest High & RisingTattersall Distilling’s new River Falls destination distillery will host its first summer concert series, Live at Tattersall, beginning in June. Concerts will be held once a month at Tattersall’s amphitheater. From rock to folk and bluegrass, all featured bands are Midwest fan favorites. Guests are invited to enjoy live music with Tattersall’s craft cocktails in hand.
General admission tickets as well as a limited number of VIP packages will be available for each show. Each VIP ticket includes access to a premium concert viewing area, passed hors d'oeuvres, 4 complimentary drink tickets with a pre-show cocktail server, and an exclusive Tattersall swag bag on the outbound to finish up your concert experience.VIP Tickets: $150 plus taxes and feesGA Tickets: $20-$25 plus taxes and fees
About The Cactus Blossoms:
“Hey baby, do you wanna take a trip with me? / I’ve got a feeling there might be a silver lining all around.” So begins One Day, the captivating new album from critically acclaimed Minneapolis duo The Cactus Blossoms. Written and recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic, the record explores the tension between optimism and despair that’s defined much of the past few years of American life, examining the power (or naïveté, depending on your perspective) of positive thinking in the face of chaos and uncertainty. The songs here are tender and timeless, with straightforward arrangements centered around brothers Jack Torrey and Page Burkum’s airtight harmonies, and the performances are warm and intimate to match, delivered with a soulful, ’70s-inspired palette of playful Wurlitzer, breezy guitars, and muscular percussion.
The Cactus Blossoms broke out nationally in 2016 with their JD McPherson-produced debut, You’re Dreaming. Dates with Kacey Musgraves, Jenny Lewis, and Lucius followed, as did raves from the New York Times and NPR, who praised “the brothers’ extraordinary singing.” The band was further catapulted into the spotlight in 2018, when David Lynch tapped them to perform in the return of Twin Peaks, and continued to build on their success with their 2019 sophomore LP, Easy Way, which led Rolling Stone to laud the duo’s “rock-solid, freak of genetics harmonies.”