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DayDreamers to perform at IM’s Out to Lunch

Members of the DayDreamers, of Marquette, are Gary Parkkonen, Davie Ziegner, Jackie Bowers, Nicklas Johnson and Bryn Yungwirth.

IRON MOUNTAIN — The DayDreamers will play for the final Out to Lunch concert of the season from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday on the downtown stage.

The Daydreamers were also the last act of the 2019 season. The group performs blues, rap, jazz, and pop, and boast “favorite hits with a twist.”

“We’re very happy to have them again,” said OTL organizers, “and we know their concert will close out our season nicely.”

Crispigna’s, Jean Kay’s Pasties, and Dulce Nulla Gourmet Desserts will continue to serve food to those attending. Crispigna’s also offers a pre-order service for concert goers. A “pick up only” spot is designated for such orders. Call 774-0266 for more information.

Dulce Nulla, the first-time vendor that supplies tasty treats,caters to those with allergen sensitivities, and will soon be opening up their own bakery in the downtown area.

Some seating is provided, though it is encouraged to bring lawn chairs. In order to remain compliant with all state COVID-19 regulations, the OTL program is unable to provide umbrellas to the public; attendees are encouraged to bring their own umbrellas, and stay as hydrated as possible.

Concerts are brought to you by Friends of the DDA and its presenting sponsor, TADCA. This week’s concert is sponsored First National Bank & Trust.

This week’s giveaway is provided by First National Bank & Trust, and can be found on the OTL Facebook page. For more information regarding the giveaway, go to the OTL Facebook page.

For those wishing to donate, buckets will be available for attendees. Such donations help the OTL program to cover expenses and keep it free to the public.

“This year has been really different but one that we’re very grateful for,” said OTL committee members. “The community has really shown up for not only the program but for the downtown, and it’s a beautiful thing to see.”

The Out to Lunch program asks that all audience members respect the guidelines in place for social distancing, such as using the indicated areas at each food vendor’s table for the formation of lines, and to take into consideration the social distancing regulations when choosing a seat.

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