Okee Dokee Brothers Live in Warroad, MN l FREE CONCERT

Free Concert: Grammy Award Winning Okee Dokee Brothers

Their album, Saddle Up, debuted at #5 in Kids Albums. Don’t miss your chance to see this well known Grammy Award winning duo as they perform live in Warroad, Sunday, July 9 at Warroad Community Park.

Joe and Justin record and perform family music with a goal to inspire children and their parents to get outside and get creative. They believe this can motivate kids to gain a greater respect for the natural world, their communities and themselves.

The four-time Parents’ Choice Award winners have garnered praise from the likes of NPR’s All Things Considered and USA Today, and have been called “two of family music’s best songwriters.”

Spend some time as a family enjoying the great outdoors. Book a hotel or campground site in Warroad this summer.  Spend your days fishing, swimming, hiking and listening to the sounds of the Okee Dokee Brothers on July 9. Spend evenings around a campfire, roasting marshmallows & taking in the view of the northern lights over the famous Lake of the Woods.

 

Okee Dokee Brothers Reviews

 

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“[The Okee Dokee Brothers] remind us of the American belief that we’re bound for better weather. Their album [Can You Canoe?] celebrates everyday explorers, young and old, who rediscover that notion daily”
NPR’s All Things Considered

 

Billboard
Saddle Up debuted at #5 in Kids Albums

 

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“The lyrics are playful, engaging and subtly filled with life lessons. These are songs that encourage kids to find happiness with fewer material possessions and embrace adventure even in trying situations. Without getting preachy or heavy-handed, Mailander and Lansing come off like happy, kind and fun big brothers eager to show their younger siblings how to have an ethically sound and green-conscious good time.”
Chicago Tribune

 

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“[Through the Woods] is at times moving, at times raucous, and always rooted in a simultaneous respect for the natural world and the rich musical traditions of Appalachian mountain music.”
The Washington Post

 

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“This bluegrass duo knows that to write a meaningful song,
you’ve got to have a genuine experience. ”
The Sierra Club

 

Learn more  on their website.

Admission to concert: FREE

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