Bemidji’s Headwaters Music & Arts Hosts Concert to Celebrate Inclusivity

On Friday, when Annie Humphrey and David Hackfeldt took the stage for their own concert, the music rang out from the heart of Headwaters Music & Arts in Bemidji. It was intended to serve as a celebration of Headwaters’ recently established Land Approval Statement, which was written in both and highlighted by the recent installation of a comprehensive sign made by Humphrey himself.

“I think it’s really important,” said Humphrey. “I think it’s important for companies and places.”

“So it’s like a family dinner table,” Huckfelt explains. “You want everyone to take their seats, right?”

Earlier in the day there was a smaller, more intimate concert for students performed by Humphrey as a way to inspire young musicians.

“I wish I had some of that kind of growth,” Humphrey explained. “No one ever told me that. You can really do something with this.”

The evening’s festivities were a warm celebration of progress and an opportunity for longtime friends to play together.

“After two and a half years of the pandemic, it feels good to connect with people, right?” Hackfeldt said.

All proceeds from the concert will go to the Headwaters Music & Arts Scholarship Fund.

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