This year’s main stage performance will be “Home Free”. This six man vocal band is more than just an A Capella singing group. They recreate the entire band experience using just their voices while entertaining their audience with good clean fun. In the last five years they have had five hit albums and toured the country from coast to coast getting rave reviews everywhere they went. Regardless of your age you won’t want to miss this talented act on stage daily at the 48th Annual Arrowhead Home & Builders Show.
Imagine living in a real “Tree House”. This year at the Arrowhead Home & Builders Show you will be able to see what it would really be like. This 1900 year old California Redwood tree has been hand carved into a 3 room house which was actually lived in by its owner/creator for 7 years. This magnificent traveling piece of nature has toured the United States for the past 70 years and now it will be here in Duluth for all to enjoy. But only at the 48th Annual Arrowhead Home & Builders Show.
Brian Santos is a fourth generation painting contractor who is also the author of multiple bestselling books on wall decorating. For over 20 years “The Wall Wizard” has toured the country presenting his “Wizard’s Workshop” at Home Shows and corporate meetings of wall covering manufacturers and retailers like Sherwin Williams and Home Depot. He has also shared his expertise on National TV shows for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, HGTV and others. Now you will have the chance to see Brian bring his ideas, insight and inspiration by way of his “edutaining” live demonstrations of paint, paper and fabric. He will both amaze and amuse you as he presents simple but effective tips of the trade. Be sure not to miss Brian’s seminars while at the show. If you are considering doing any wall refinishing you will find them helpful and even if you are not you will still find them entertaining and informative.
Back for 2014 by popular demand is the enchanting Parakeet Landing. Kids of all ages will enjoy these friendly, colorful birds as they fly around their enclosure landing on arms, hands shoulders and heads. The young ones are especially amazed as they can see the birds up close. You will want to have a camera ready to capture the looks on their faces as the parakeets elicit wide smiles and oohs and aahs of amazement.