Music Festival

FeMN Fest 2018

Sep 13, 2018
FeMN Fest

FEMN FEST is an unapologetically feminist festival brought to YOU by a team of womxn-identified bosses. A weekend of music, art, workshops, education, film, and connection. The festival starts Friday, Sept. 21 and runs through Saturday, Sept. 22 in downtown Duluth in/around Sacred Heart Music and Arts Center. 

Three stage-areas will inhabit the downtown area. Amidst the musical and educational activities, there will be a maze of various womxn-owned vendors, artists, and art installations.

Porcupine Mountains Music Festival 8/24-8/26

Jul 30, 2018
Porcupine Mountains Music Festival

KUMD is a proud supporter of the 14th Annual Porcupine Music Festival, known for it's music, scenery, and outdoor experience. The festival takes place Friday, August 24 through Sunday, August 26 at the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park winter recreation area (ski hill), located near Ontanogon and Silver City. The lineup includes Donna the Buffalo, The Fred Eaglesmith Show starring Tif Ginn, The Slambovian Circus of Dreams, The Roosevelts, and more. KUMD is a proud supporter of the 14th Annual Porcupine Mountains Music Festival.

Pitchfork - Post Festival Wrap-Up

Jul 27, 2018

After spending the weekend in Chicago’s Union Park, former “Hip Hop Hotdish” hosts Paul Jensen (K.K. Slider) and Eli Hammarsteen (DJ B.F.E.) sat down with fellow attendee Connor Campbell to discuss some of their highlights and favorite moments from this year’s installment of Pitchfork Music Festival


Paul: Connor, would you mind introducing yourself and giving a bit of your background for those unfamiliar?

Pitchfork 2018 - Festival Preview

Jul 18, 2018

Entering its thirteenth year as an annual summer music festival, Pitchfork Music Festival looks to continue it’s promise of on-brand entertainment that fans and followers have come to expect from the publication. Returning to Chicago’s Union Park, just outside the heart of the city, the festival boasts an impressive line-up of seasoned and up-and-coming acts from a variety of genres. With a strong and endearing line-up, here’s what you can expect from the festival to ensure you get the best Pitchfork experience:


Tame Impala:

Mandolin, fiddle, and banjo players performing on an outdoor stage
Christine Dean for KUMD

Trampled by Turtles' first show at Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth since reuniting after a hiatus to release their latest album, Life is Good on the Open Road, drew a sell-out crowd of around 10,000.