Target Field will offer the opportunity for Twin Cities residents to re-familiarize themselves with one of their favorite bands of the 1990s. Soul Asylum has been announced as the headlining act of the Skyline Music Festival, which will be at the Target Field on Friday, July 26.
There are some big names offering free performances at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, including an infamous trio of mop-topped brothers and a former member of Prince’s musical entourage in the 1980s.
A long-time Twin Cities concert promoter has died. According to her website, Sue McLean died Friday, after a battle with cancer. McLean’s company was responsible for booking many live music acts, including the Live at the Guthrie Series, the Minnesota Zoo concerts, and the Basilica Block Party.
Star Tribune music critic Jon Bream recently interviewed Prince. He gives Chad some insight into that conversation.
Fans of classic R&B will soon be able to reach out and touch a certain somebody’s hand (or close enough anyway) when Diana Ross comes to the Twin Cities to perform for one night only later this summer.
The Minnesota Zoo has announced its line-up for the 2013 Subway Music in the Zoo concert series, which is now entering its 21st season.
Minnesota lawmakers are considering a bill to make sellers of concert tickets publicly reveal how many tickets are held back from sale to the public.
Health problems has led British singer Morrissey to cancel the remaining dates of his North American tour, including a performance at Minneapolis’ Orpheum Theatre on March 22.
As it turns out, it wasn’t the last dance with Mary Jane. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are booked to return to the Twin Cities this summer.
The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, stuck in a contract dispute with its musicians, has canceled more concerts.
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A lockout of musicians is now under way at the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, which has canceled its concerts through Nov. 4.
It’s day two of a lockout of the Minnesota Orchestra and while negotiations continue, they’re not allowed to perform.
You wait for your favorite singer to come to town and when they finally do you can’t get your hands on tickets.
The holiday season just got a little longer in St. Paul with the announcement of two Trans-Siberian Orchestra concerts.