Iconic Twin Cities music venue First Avenue will reopen Friday night after a 30-by-30-foot portion of its ceiling collapsed during a concert, injuring five people. The venue has been closed since Aug. 12, and it has taken the work of hundreds to get the place back in order.
Iconic Minneapolis nightclub First Avenue remains closed more than a week after part of the ceiling collapsed. Five people were hurt when a 30-foot section of the ceiling fell on concert goers last Wednesday.
People going to the Miguel concert Saturday night got the chance to enjoy his music at the State Theater instead of First Avenue. This is after a part of the ceiling fell on top of people inside the Minneapolis club Wednesday night.
Workers have started repairs to the ceiling of the landmark Minneapolis nightclub First Avenue after part of it collapsed during a show. The club’s main room will stay closed until the plaster ceiling is fixed following a partial collapse that sent three people to the hospital Wednesday night. No cause has yet to be announced.
A witness who was inside First Avenue when the ceiling collapsed is sharing his video with us.
The Minneapolis Police Department has identified the five victims – and a witness – involved in the partial ceiling collapse at First Avenue Wednesday evening.
Three people were hurt at legendary rock club First Avenue in downtown Minneapolis Wednesday after part of the ceiling collapsed. The collapse happened around 10:15 p.m. during a “Theory of a Deadman” concert.
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Part of the ceiling collapsed Wednesday evening at First Avenue in downtown Minneapolis.
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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.
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Musicians from across the country came together Saturday night to celebrate the memory of one of the most prominent women in the Twin Cities music scene. Sue McLean passed away this spring after a long battle with breast cancer. She made a name for herself as a music promoter and had a talent for discovering up-and-comers. Many of those artists she introduced to the public held a concert in her honor at First Avenue in Minneapolis
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