Microgroove opens this weekend in Seminole Heights; here's what you need to know
This weekend marks the grand opening of Microgroove, the much-anticipated record store in Seminole Heights run by local music scene vets Carl Webb and Keith Ulrey, above.
Things kick off at 5 p.m. Thursday, when Microgroove opens for a mini block party featuring pizza by the slice at Cappy's, drink specials at the Independent and T-shirt printings right outside. On Friday, look for live music from Jennifer O'Connor and Tracy Shedd. On Saturday, it'll be Sleepy Vikings and I Was Totally Destroying It. And on Sunday, it'll be Rebekah Pulley and Will Quinlan.
On Tuesday, we toured the 625-square-foot converted garage with Ulrey, who gave us the lowdown on what to expect in the coming weeks at Microgroove. Click here for our story.
Photo: Jay Cridlin, tbt*