Red Stag Supperclub Entertainment Calendar

Land Stewardship Earth Day Breakfast
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 - 7:00am

Earth Day is right around the corner! Celebrate stewardship, democracy & justice on the land with LSP at the Red Stag Supperclub from 7-11am, on Wednesday, April 22nd. Proceeds from the breakfast will support LSP's work to build a local and sustainable food and farming system that is good for the environment and good for you! Speakers throughout the morning.  

Reservations are encouraged but not required- please call the Red Stag at 612-767-7766 to make reservations.

LSP ( is a 30-year-old member-driven organization committed to fostering an ethic of land stewardship and sustained rural and urban communities. With offices in the Minnesota communities of South Minneapolis, Lewiston and Montevideo, LSP focuses on promoting social justice, stewardship farming systems, good food for all and more farmers on the land. LSP is developing community food demand and infrastructure, training and supporting new farmers, and helping local communities organize while creating innovative policy. Hope to see you there!

Monica LaPlante
Sunday, April 26, 2015 - 10:00pm
Hannah von der Hoff
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 - 10:00pm

Soulful vocals that incite and excite. Visceral jazzy/bluesy choices on a semi-hollowbody. Stories journaled and juiced into song form.

Hailing from Minneapolis proper, I come from a musical family who's tastes span 1960's - 2000's, and the spectrum of influence is rewarding. I've journeyed from singer-songwriter playing in a coffee shop to leading sweaty electro-pop group SEXCAT to singing back up vocals for Caroline Smith. At the heart of my musical path is the desire to perform belly moans…songs that are born from a genuine life lived.

Murder Shoes
Sunday, May 3, 2015 - 10:00pm

Based out of Minneapolis, Murder Shoes is; Derek Van Geison, Tess Weinberg, Tim Heinlein, Elliot Manthey and Chris White

Love Nocturnal
Saturday, May 23, 2015 - 10:30pm

Love Nocturnal is a new music fusion project out of Minneapolis, with the pulse of Americana and a spirit that spans genres. The lyrics are often packed with a range of heartache themes, from within oneself to interpersonal to global and political, yet hopeful refrains abound. Grounded in the vocal harmonies of songwriters Renée Copeland and Kalen Rainbow Keir, it's a little dark, a little sensitive, and a lot of soul.