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You can enjoy craft beer from Voyageur Brewing Company in Grand Marais, Minnesota whenever you’d like.  There doesn’t need to be a special event to visit our beautiful taproom with a terrific view of Lake Superior. But if you need a nudge to get out and enjoy a delicious beer then we’re here to give you that nudge.

Grand Marais, MN Live MusicWe host special events in the taproom including bag tournaments, live music, beer release parties and more. We also attend events like tap takeovers, craft beer festivals and tastings across the state.

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Live Music at Voyageur Brewing Company

August 16, 2015 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Music in Grand Marais, MN

Performing at Voyageur Brewing Company on Sunday, August 15th from 3-5pm is Dan Hagemann.

Illinois-born and Nashville-based singer/songwriter Dan Hagemann’s style was being influenced long before he had any choice in what music he listened to.
“My mom would turn the radio on to some contemporary/pop station when she would put me down for naps when I was just a little guy.  It was the early 80s so there was a lot of John Denver, Jim Croce, Willie Nelson, Dan Fogelberg, Gordon Lightfoot…some of the greatest singer/songwriters of the modern music era.  I’m not sure she could’ve chosen better teachers if she would’ve known back then that I wanted to go into music.  My memories of those songs are in a foundational part of my mind.”
In his teens, his older brothers and friends introduced him to the other significant influence on his songwriting style: the rock bands of the late 80s and early 90s.
“Tesla, Guns ‘N’ Roses, Blind Melon and others taught me about the power that a song can have on a listener.  My goal has always been to write a song that gives reassurance to a broken heart like Tesla’s “Love Song,” or gives hope to a frustrated soul like Blind Melon’s “Change.”  The best way I’ve come up with to describe my approach is visceral storytelling.  I want the listener to feel the story.  I love it when I hear other songwriters’ tunes that just grab my heart and squeeze.  I want to write songs that do that.”
Dan released his second album, an EP titled, “Life-Support Lullabies,” last September.  His music and other information are available on his website,


August 16, 2015
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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