Headwaters Music & Arts hosts Annie Humphrey and David Huckfelt in concert as they celebrate their new indoor and outdoor signage with both English and Ojibwemowin translations.
Anishanaabe singer, songwriter, poet, teacher and carpenter, Annie Humphrey was named Artist of the Year at the 2018 Native American Music Awards. Her latest album, Eat What You Kill, was released in 2019 and is a meditation on accountability and gratitude.
Founding member and front man for The Pines, David Huckfelt's new record Room Enough, Time Enough is about restoring balance, space and attention, peace and equality, redeeming the marginalized, and remembering the forgotten.
This performance and the new signage at Headwaters Music & Arts is made possible in part, by Bemidji Area Arts Endowment, a component fund of the Northwest Minnesota Foundation, and to Midco Foundation. Translations for the signs generously provided by Anton Treuer.
Tickets for this concert are sold on a sliding fee to make this music event accessible to all. We ask that you pay what you can, between $5-$20. Funds raised support the Headwaters Music & Arts financial assistance program. Advance purchase recommended online or by calling (218) 444-5606