From a big jam celebrating May’s arrival in St. Cloud to a “Love Your Melon” benefit concert for children’s cancer in Minneapolis, here are the four shows to see this weekend.
From a 45th anniversary show at First Avenue to a complete performance of Abbey Road at the Cabooze, here are the four shows you should see this weekend.
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.
Legendary comedian Bill Cosby will perform at Orchestra Hall this month, for the first time in five years.
A selection of Tony Award-winning shows, Minnesota premieres and classic favorites make up this year’s Broadway line-up at the Hennepin Theatre Trust.
A lockout of musicians is now under way at the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, which has canceled its concerts through Nov. 4.
Reconnect with your kids, friends or colleagues at the theater this holiday season.
You wait for your favorite singer to come to town and when they finally do you can’t get your hands on tickets.
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George Jones needs more time to recover from a recent upper respiratory infection.
Thanks to local guy Kris Humphries, Minnesota got all caught up in the Kardashian divorce drama. But is what’s going on reality TV worth all the drama? And how real is it?
Fans of the Minnesota Fringe Festival can get an early taste of this year’s shows.
If you’ve been pushing off “getting cultured” because you think you can’t afford it, well that excuse is up! The Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis isn’t just giving away free tickets to a show — it’s giving away free admission for the next three seasons.
CBS announced its new 2011-2012 primetime schedule Wednesday, ordering five new series and making key time-period moves for CSI and The Good Wife to strengthen its already top-rated primetime lineup.
Spring crescendos into a great summer music scene in the Twin Cities. The harmony between nice weather and outdoor settings — when green trees mix with soulful tunes — creates a perfect ballad of al fresco entertainment. Add in the price of free and you’ve got the symphony you’ve been waiting for all year.
Rohan Preston, Theatre critic for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Whitney Rhodes-Co writer, Where’s My Tony, T.Mychael Rambo-performer, original cast member of Always and Forever and Jazz Vocalist Connie Evingson join Jearlyn on Center Stage!