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Dusty Sourdough Frontier Show

Wednesday, Jun 13, 2012 7:30p
Sourdough Mining CO. Anchorage, AK

Dusty Sourdough will whisk you away on a most excellent adventure, to back in the day, with music, storytelling and comedy. Longest running family show in Alaska, celebrating eighteen years in "Tent City Theater" at the Sourdough Mining Co. Restaurant. The show is free. Prize drawings at every show.

Created by oldalaskatoday

Dusty Sourdough Frontier Show

Come on over and see Dusty's show at "Tent City Theater." He'll make you laugh and he'll touch your heart with his music, storytellin' and comedy.

Location & Nearby Info
Sourdough Mining CO.
5200 Juneau St.
Anchorage, AK 99502
(907) 563-2272
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Reviews & Comments
Aug 24, 2012 - ThaneRoader
Dusty Sourdough

I've followed Dusty Sourdough for maybe 20 years. I hadn't seen his show in at least ten years until a couple of weeks ago.

The man has maturity and presentation to the point that I was watching a consumate professional pouring his Alaskan soul into his songs and all he did.

Twenty years ago he did a show for tourists' expectations reminiscent of JP Patches to my expectations as a kid in Seattle years ago. It was very good, but he has grown to a preformer for both visitors and locals in a format we can all enjoy.

Kudos to Dusty.

Aug 04, 2012 - Bogman

This was only fair. Guess I am not really into his style and didn't think he was all that talented. He also seems full of himself. Yes, clean humor and stories, but not that entertaining and he fails to keep the attention of most kids.

Jul 10, 2011 - PatCook

Really enjoyed "Dusty Sourdough." Nothing rude or crude, just good clean stories and music.

Even this ol' sourdough learned something new about our history.

Dusty was very hospitable and interactive with audience. I will go back, again.

Jul 09, 2011 - jkbsmith
Not too impressed

We enjoyed our meal and finished about the time the show started so decided to check it out. The stories were interesting and definitely Alaskan. But it was pretty long (about 55 minutes) and the benches didn't have back rests. So it felt even longer. Good effort but could definitely be improved.

May 20, 2011 - jhollin

Wonderful way to spend the evening. The show is fun for the entire family...and their friends!

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