Concerts on the Pier | The Brothers Burn Mountain
July 12 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Concerts on the Pier | Wednesdays in July & August
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Gates open at 5:00 pm
Music from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Experience a Duluth tradition at Concerts on the Pier at Glensheen Mansion, perched along the shores of Lake Superior! Artists play on the historic pier, jutting out into Lake Superior.
At Concerts, guests can connect with neighbors and friends, play lawn games, grab some grub from a local food truck, enjoy a refreshing drink, eat local-favorite Love Creamery ice cream, or take a seat by a lakeside campfire.
7.12.23 THE BROTHERS BURN MOUNTAIN
Based out of Duluth, MN, The Brothers Burn Mountain are a soulful, energetic, eclectic duo of real-life brothers, Ryan and Jesse Dermody. They’ve been playing music together everyday as a duo for more than 23 years. They’ve released 11 full-length albums of original music, and have toured across the country over the years, though especially in the Midwest, having played more than 2,000 live shows. Their last album, The Dark Exchange, they recorded and produced with world-famous Alan Sparhawk of Low. Their sound is a roiling melting pot of so many musical influences, that it’s hard to describe, except as energetic and eclectic; with afro-cuban rhythms, Zappa-esque spontanaeity, grittiness, bluesyness, tenderness, and a singer-songwriter, folky flair.
They also end each of their sets and their shows with extended drum jams, which are a healing and hypnotic joy each and every time. They’ve created music with other MN music legends like Ryan Young of Trampled By Turtles and Jerree Small of Southwire and Coyote. They’ve even played with Charlie Parr.
– Service animals are welcome, however Glensheen does not allow pets or emotional support animals on the property
– Beverages available for purchase
– Glass and outside alcohol is not allowed
– Smoking & vaping is not permitted while on the property
– Food available for purchase from multiple food trucks
– Picnics/delivery/outside food is allowed, but please no large coolers.
– No onsite kayak launching available- please see kayak and canoe information below
FOOD & BEV
Food options coming soon
Catering by Bellisios will provide local beer, wine, cocktails, and non-alcoholic options available for purchase.
Love Creamery ice cream will be available for purchase each night.
Walk, bike, kayak, boat, or ride share here!
LIMITED parking is available onsite, so those who plan to drive should arrive early. Please avoid driving here if you can.
If you are driving here, please be kind to our neighbors and follow the City of Duluth’s parking rules. https://duluthmn.gov/parking/on-street-parking/
KAYAKS & CANOES
Glensheen DOES NOT offer onsite launching for canoes or kayaks. If you plan to launch your kayak at the 42nd Ave E & London Rd Beach, please DO NOT park on 42nd Ave E. Plan to park along or above London Rd and to carry your kayak down to the public beach access. Excessive congestion in this area can lead to problems for neighbors and emergency responders. Thank you for your cooperation!
If you must drive here, come well before 5:00 pm and purchase a $5 Grounds Admission to get in early and enjoy the grounds. Think of the $5 Grounds Admission as your parking pass.
Taking a tour prior to the concert is a great way to snag a good parking spot and the best seat on the shore. Glensheen is open daily from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm for self-guided tours.
If accommodations such as an interpreter are needed, please make accommodation requests two weeks in advance for each performance. Accommodation requests can be made by contacting [email protected].