Pablo Streams: 3 Virtual Concerts to Check Out This Spring

tune in to live performances from the Jamf Theatre

Eric Christenson |

Charlie Parr (submitted photo)
Charlie Parr (submitted photo)

Get your live music fix with three seriously great concerts coming up at the Pablo Center. Pablo Streams are live concerts streamed directly to you from the Jamf Theatre via local streaming platform Perigon. All performances start at 6:30pm. The stream is free to access, but make sure to throw some funds directly to the artists via the virtual tip jar. Learn more and register for the streams at

HUMBIRD + ALPHA CONSUMER | Thursday, March 25

On March 25, Minneapolis folk artist Humbird will bring their timelessly beautiful songs to the Pablo stage. Then the eclectic stylings of Alpha Consumer will join the bill as well. The members of Alpha Consumer have worked with Bon Iver, Arcade Fire, Andrew Bird, Chuck Statler, Brother Ali, Anais Mitchell, Pieta Brown, and more. (Register here.)

SUNDAE AND MR. GOESSL | Thursday, April 1

This charming wife/husband duo has a style all their own and incorporate humor, vintage style, interesting instrumentation, nostalgia and serious musicianship in their act. While some label their style as “Vintage Pop” and others deem it “Cowboy Jazz” there’s one adjective that everyone can agree on: delightful. (Register here.)

CHARLIE PARR | Thursday, April 8

There’s simply no other artist in existence like Charlie Parr. A rare talent, the Minnesotan is a transient artist bringing his earth-beaten songs all over the world. He’s constantly on tour, playing – in a normal year – 250 shows a year. Parr is well familiar with the Chippewa Valley too, having played at the Blue Ox Music Festival and Tuesday Night Blues a couple of times. Not one to miss! (Register here.)