Soul Asylum pulls at you as hard as it shoves. Their raw guitar grinds out beautiful angst, while their lyrics capture a yearning to fit in, to connect, and to find something better. What started in a garage in Minneapolis in 1981 reached breakthrough success with 1992’s triple platinum Grave Dancers Union, featuring Grammy-winning Runaway Train and Black Gold, and Somebody to Shove, and 1995’s platinum Let Your Dim Light Shine, featuring Misery. Their ability to see into the searching soul made them a voice for Generation X and is just as relevant and real today. We’re thrilled to welcome Soul Asylum to the Main Stage.