Not a huge surprise — when you add a whopping 11 shows in one city, it’s probably only a matter of time. Still, Garth Brooks announced that his nearly two-week run slated for Minneapolis in November has shattered his North American ticket sales record.
This time next year, Twin Cities fans of The Who will have something to hoot about. The Who will be coming to the Target Center on Oct. 10, 2015, as part of their 50th Anniversary Tour.
After a successful show in September, Fleetwood Mac is headed back to the Twin Cities. This time, they are visiting St. Paul. The legendary group confirmed they will be adding at least 28 more dates to the “On With The Show” tour.
A long-awaited concert tour kick-offed Tuesday in Minnesota. Fleetwood Mac performed Tuesday at the Target Center in Minneapolis. All the group is back together and on the road for the first time in 16 years.
Sweet Caroline! Neil Diamond will be stopping in St. Paul for his sixth visit to the Xcel Energy Center next year.
Get your cowboy boots and hat ready — Garth Brooks is coming to town.
The fourth annual Caravan du Nord, a traveling showcase of Minnesota music, kicks off in Austin on Sept. 26. The special day of programming will feature free artist workshops, networking opportunities and an evening concert featuring singer-songwriter John Mark Nelson and his new band, Minneapolis blues outfit Alex Rossi & Root City, and Austin duo Bracken & Stowell.
The heavy rain held off for thousands of Paul McCartney fans packed into Target Field Saturday night. The Governor declared this “Sir Paul McCartney Day” in Minnesota.
Saturday is Sir Paul McCartney Day in Minnesota. Gov. Mark Dayton issued that proclamation as the ex-Beatle prepares to perform at Target Field in Minneapolis.
There’s something beyond delivering a set packed with her hits that’s got Aretha Franklin jazzed about fair season: the food. Ahead of her Thursday performance at the Ohio State Fair, the Queen of Soul says she’s looking forward to tracking down some elephant ears, a dish of fried dough sprinkled with powdered sugar.
A new summer music festival is planned for Coon Rapids next month. The first Rum River Music Fest will be held July 19. The festival will be held at Sand Creek Park and will benefit HOPE 4 Youth, a nonprofit organization serving homeless young people in Anoka County.
Backstreet’s back — in Minnesota. But on Tuesday, they’ll actually be making their debut appearance at the Xcel Energy Center.
The Replacements, who were one of the bands who helped pave the way for a new alternative rock scene in the early 1980s, have announced a long-awaited hometown reunion concert. The concert is scheduled to take place at Midway Stadium on Sept. 13.
Start the guesses now. The Minnesota Twins say they will announce a major summer concert coming to Target Field on Monday.
Some proud beer drinkers took a rather festive approach Monday to the legislative process. The group Minnesota Beer Activists is trying to raise money to push for alcohol sales on Sunday. Several bands offered to play in support at First Avenue in downtown at a four-hour concert on St. Patrick’s Day.