Trampled by Turtles and Wilco join the Treasure Island 2020 Summer Concert Series

Welch, Minn. (January 27, 2020) The American folk-rock band Trampled by Turtlesand alternative rock group Wilco will be part of the 2020 Summer Concert Series at the Treasure Island Amphitheater on Saturday, September 19.

Hailing from Duluth, Minnesota, Trampled by Turtles bring their celebrated sound of signature harmonies, the lightning fast speed of their playing and energized stage presence to this outdoor concert. The sextet features their core instruments of guitar, fiddle, banjo, cello, mandolin and upright bass.

Playing to sold-out crowds, Trampled by Turtles creates music that has a wide appeal with songs that reflect the variety of their influencers, such as Neil Young, Bob Dylan and The Cars. Three of the band’s albums, Palomino, Stars and Satellites and their newest release, Life Is Good on the Open Road, all reached the number one spot of the Billboard charts.

Chicago-based Wilco has had great success in being stylistically diverse. The band’s accomplishments include A Ghost Is Born, Sky Blue Sky, Wilco (The Album) and The Whole Love landing in the top 10 albums spot on the US charts. The album A Ghost Is Born also received a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music. The band’s most recent album release, Ode to Joy, is receiving positive reviews.

Hear the best of bluegrass, folk-rock and alternative rock under the stars of The Island Amphitheater!

Tickets will go on sale Friday, January 31, at 10am. Tickets for this show will be $97, $79, $62, $47 and $35. For tickets visit or come to the Island Box Office to purchase your tickets. The show begins at 7pm. All attendees must be 12 years of age or older and fans ages 12 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

The Prairie Island Indian Community owns and operates Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Mount Frontenac Golf Course and Dakota Station. Treasure Island is the only casino in southern Minnesota located on the Mississippi River. The property features more than 2,200 slots, 44 table games, a poker room and a 550-seat high stakes bingo hall. Treasure Island’s 788-room hotel is the second largest hotel in Minnesota. Additional amenities include The Lagoon indoor water park, Wave Spa, Island Xtreme Bowl, Cyber Quest arcade, Kids Quest child care, various restaurants, a 16,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, a 2,800-seat indoor event and convention center, a 137-slip marina, a 95-site RV park and a 100-passenger yacht. For more information visit