Represent South Dakota, a nonpartisan group in support of Amendment W, has paired up with local business, Dakota Brick House (15 W Main St), and several musical acts to bring an evening of live music and information about the anti-corruption measure to Historic Downtown Vermillion Thursday, Oct. 4.

The lineup for the evening is as follows:

• Mike Hilson & Jay Gilbertson , 6 to 7 p.m.

• Dave Posthumus , 7 to 8 p.m.

• Beard , 8 to 10 p.m.

“Dakota Days weekend can start a day early this year,” said Doug Kronaizl, field director for Represent South Dakota. “As politics turns more to noise and attacks, we’re focused on providing the facts about how Amendment W will limit the influence of big money, hold politicians accountable, and ensure voters are always given the final say.” The event is free and open to the public.

“Local musicians and supporters will come together under one roof in a continued effort to inform voters that they can make a difference,” said Josh Scherrer, general manager of Dakota Brick House. “I am happy to celebrate our community’s commitment to securing a future that we can all be proud of.”

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