Words are very unnecessary, because all you’ve ever wanted, all you’ve ever needed will be here in the arms of the Great Minnesota Get-Together this year.
The Postal Service has announced a stop in St. Paul as part of its first tour in about a decade.
Get your dad jeans out. REO Speedwagon, Styx and Ted Nugent announced that their “Midwest Rock ‘N Roll Express” tour will be stopping in Minneapolis.
A large scale charity effort and concert series that’s taken Canada by storm is coming to Minnesota, as brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger bring We Day to the state.
It’ll be another seven days of waiting for fans of New Kids On The block, 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men. The “Package Tour” has been rescheduled from its previous Saturday, July 13 date to Saturday, July 20.
Minnesota native Prince was back jamming in Minneapolis Wednesday night.
If you want to catch an intimate and informal concert with Prince at the Dakota this week, it’s going to cost you more than 200 balloons. Closer to $200, actually.
School officials in Paynesville said Tuesday morning they will be releasing students at 11 a.m. Tuesday from the Paynesville Area Secondary School due to “air quality concerns.”
Officials announced Friday morning yet another concert for Xcel Energy Center next year.
She’s not exactly Santa Claus but she’s about to embark on a “RED” tour all her own. That’s right — Taylor Swift is coming to St. Paul next year.
The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert.
Their orchestra may be locked out, but it won’t be silenced. That was the message from the musicians from the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.
Fans who have been living on a prayer can now rest a little easier. Bon Jovi is returning to take the stage in the Twin Cities. Rock star Jon Bon Jovi will be playing at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul next April as part of his band’s “Because We Can” tour.
Target Field will host another concert next year — with a familiar face and some very popular friends.
Target Center is kicking Ticketmaster — and its print-at-home delivery fees — to the curb and instead will launch a new system through AXS Ticketing.