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Nitefall on the River adds Sister Hazel, Michaelson, and Trampled by Turtles

In the last few days, organizers of the Nitefall on the River summer concert series have added three more dates to their 2014 concert schedule. Here are the details on new Nitefall shows from Sister Hazel, Ingrid Michaelson, and Trampled by Turtles.

Ingrid Michaelson.
Photo by Theo Wargo
Trampled by Turtles will play Nitefall on the River in September.
Photo by Karl Walter

Gainesville, Florida's Sister Hazel will play Nitefall's Simon Estes Amphitheater on July 25 at 8 p.m. The "All For You" (featured video) alt-rockers bring their platinum-selling sound to Des Moines to celebrate the release of their upcoming DVD 20 Stages. Tickets for the all ages Nitefall show are $15, and they may be purchased at all Ticketfly outlets. No opener has been announced for this show.

On Sunday, August 10, New York-based indie pop singer Ingrid Michaelson (featured slideshow) will take the Nitefall stage for a 7 p.m. all ages show. Michaelson's April 15 release Lights Out became her second straight to top the Indie chart and her second straight to peak at #5 on the Billboard 200 and #2 on the Rock chart. The album's first single, "Girls Chase Boys" became Michaelson's highest charting single to date, topping out at #10 on the Rock chart and #12 on the Adult Pop chart. Tickets to see the indie pop star at Simon Estes Amphitheater will be $30 when they go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketfly. Nashville modern folk act Neulore will open the show.

Finally, Minnesota alternative bluegrass band Trampled by Turtles will grace the Nitefall stage on Thursday, September 18 at 7 p.m. The band released a new album entitled Live at First Avenue last November, and they are already taking pre-orders for their next album, Wild Animals, which is due out on July 15. Tickets for their all ages Des Moines date are $25, and they, too, will go on sale through Ticketfly this Friday at 10 a.m. Nashville indie roots band The Apache Relay will open the show.

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