The U.S. Bank Stadium is 12 months away from completion. To mark the milestone, stadium officials announced a special giveaway.
It started in 1995 as a fundraiser to help pay for the structural restoration of the Basilica of Saint Mary. And while some money still goes towards that, the Basilica Block Party has become so much more.
Janet Jackson is returning to Minneapolis, the city she loved enough to shout out during that break in “Escapade,” this November as part of her just-announced concert tour. Miss-Jackson-if-you’re-Nasty’s Unbreakable World Tour is making a stop at the Target Center on November 1.
For the first time in a decade, one of the most iconic rock-and-roll bands is coming back to the Twin Cities. The Rolling Stones announced on Tuesday they’ll play TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota on June 3.
“Too Bad.” Nickelback will perform “Someday” soon in the Twin Cities, but “If Today Was Your Last Day,” the rock band’s fans would be left asking “What Are You Waiting For?” Nickelback were scheduled to perform at the Target Center in Minneapolis Friday evening.
The last time Madonna came back to the Twin Cities, it was after a quarter-century absence. This time, the wait won’t be nearly as long. The Material Girl will be coming back to perform at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Thursday, Oct. 8 as part of her Rebel Heart Tour.
The Minnesota Orchestra will be the first U.S. orchestra to perform in Cuba since the recent push to reestablish diplomatic relations, the orchestra announced Thursday.
Minnesota fans of R&B singer Chris Brown will have to wait longer or travel further to see the performer, as he has reportedly canceled his Target Center concert. Brown was scheduled to play at the Minneapolis venue in March as part of his “Between the Sheets” tour.
Isn’t it lovely? Isn’t it wonderful? For the first time in longer than most people can remember, legendary performer Stevie Wonder will be performing in the Twin Cities.
She’s been in the fast lane from L.A. to Tokyo for the better part of 2014, but Iggy Azalea is bringing her “Fancy” realness to Minneapolis next April. Target Center announced that The Great Escape Tour would be swinging there on April 30.
The dead come alive in downtown Minneapolis Saturday night with one of the biggest Halloween celebrations in the entire country, the Zombie Pub Crawl. Now in its 10th year, the Zombie Pub Crawl has turned into more than a costume party.
“This album is a reminder to all those who dream, work, and fight for what they believe; do not give up your vision,” said Brooks.
Concertgoers with a taste for judges from the reality TV competition show “The Voice” will have two reasons to book tickets at the Xcel Energy Center this winter. The venue announced that Usher will be performing a concert on Tuesday, Nov. 18. And Adam Levine’s band Maroon 5 will perform Monday, March 23.
One of the most beloved institutions of Minnesota music history will be making a three-concert home stand in November. The artist just announced he will be performing for three nights at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis as part of his North American tour.
The Taste of Minnesota has announced their music lineup for the 2014 revival. Several country acts will fill the stage including Joe Nichols, whose hits include “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off.”
How are you going to be an optimist about this? Well, for starters, you will soon be able to buy to see the band behind the smash hit “Pompeii” live in concert. British pop-rockers Bastille are booked to perform at Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul on Sunday, October 19.
The owner of the Minneapolis Armory is planning to turn the historic building into a concert hall and event venue. Currently, the building is used as an indoor parking facility. All the doors and windows are in need of replacement, as is the roof.
Fans were sprinting like rabbits to buy up tickets to Paul McCartney’s forthcoming Target Field concert, and they ended up selling out in less time than it would take Beatles fans to listen to “Revolution 9″ three times in a row.
Just as he’s coasting to his best Billboard chart performance yet, R&B crooner John Legend has announced a Twin Cities concert performance set for this summer. Legend is booked to perform at the Mystic Lake Casino Showroom on Friday, June 20 at 8 p.m.
The Minnesota Zoo has announced some of the acts included in its lineup of summer concerts, and the roster includes old favorites and new talents alike. The Subway Music in the Zoo series opens June 2 with a concert by the Monkees.
Tim McGraw will be returning to the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand with special guest Ryan Kinder on Wednesday, August 27th at 7:30. Tickets are $71 and $56 (all reserved seating) and go on sale at 10 a.m. this Saturday, April 12.
“Sometimes It Snows In April,” and sometimes the Purple One shows up to “Play in the Sunshine” at Paisley Park in March. Prince is planning a big party at Paisley Park this weekend called “Paisley Park After Dark.”
Singer Lisa Marie Presley has announced a concert here in the Twin Cities, but whose want to see her perform will have to adhere to a very specific rule. Presley will play the Dakota Jazz Club on April 29 and 30. Tickets are on sale now for $40.
The Minnesota Orchestra announced plans Tuesday for “Live at Orchestra Hall,” featuring a showcase of Broadway and television singers and actors, jazz and pop icons, world music, animated film scores and a beloved comedian – Bill Cosby.
The Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra aren’t letting a seemingly never-ending lockout stop them from performing. Starting Friday, the musicians will begin a 10-concert run for the Winter-Spring season, called “Music For Minnesota: A Season of Shining Stars!”