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Friday It's hard to image Wookiefoot unfurling its freak flag in a bar the size of The Aquarium, but it's doing just that on Friday. The Twin Cities jammers - who serve up a hey-why-not hodgepodge of reggae, hip-hop, bluegrass, funk, folk and blu...

Friday

It's hard to image Wookiefoot unfurling its freak flag in a bar the size of The Aquarium, but it's doing just that on Friday. The Twin Cities jammers - who serve up a hey-why-not hodgepodge of reggae, hip-hop, bluegrass, funk, folk and blues - pack their sets with nearly as many aesthetic extras as musical influences - crowd plants, fire dancers and custom costumes galore, to name a few. Factor in its big local fan base, and this could be a tight squeeze. Yet cramming too much show into a little space is preferable to not having enough oomph to fill a large one, a problem the Wookies had in their first main-stage set at the 10,000 Lakes Festival this summer. They're better in concentrate. Tickets for the 9 p.m. show are $15. Call (701) 235-5913 for more information.

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