Milk & Honey Ciders is half-way through its summer Patio Sessions.

St. Joseph's Milk & Honey Ciders continues its summer music series Patio Sessions Friday night with local string quartet Broken Fiddle. Broken Fiddle is a Central Minnesota-based four-piece band comprised of Angie Crandall, Kris Crandall, Jake Hagedorn, and Doug Millaway. Their style is a blend of folk, bluegrass, and Americana original music and distinctive covers.

Broken Fiddle is set to perform at Milk & Honey Cider's 17,000 square foot patio Friday, August 7 from 6:30-9:30pm. Tickets are $5 will-call only. Due to Minnesota COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines, tickets are limited to just 250.

Remaining Patio Sessions are:

August 14 -- Church of Cash
August 29 -- Muun Bato

Church of Cash is a Honolulu-formed act now based out of Minnesota and a tribute to the Man in Black himself Johnny Cash. Muun Bato is a Minneapolis-based sonic band voted one of the “Best New Bands of 2019” by First Avenue and most recently named Best Rock Band by City Pages. Their self-titled debut album released October 2019.

Milk & Honey Cider opened its taproom in late 2017, bringing "interesting, dry, highly aromatic and tannic ciders made in the rolling hills of Stearns County" to Central Minnesota.

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