Didn’t score tickets to the sold-out debut of “The Book of Mormon” in February? Well, you’re not totally out of luck.
“Wild Wednesday” is here as doors opened at the Xcel Energy Center at 6 p.m. for the team’s scrimmage.
Lots of people are still celebrating last night’s huge Vikings win over the Packers. Many of those fans are trying to get tickets to this weekend’s rematch playoff game. As you can imagine tickets are in high demand.
It happens only once in the regular season, the rival Green Bay Packers come to the Metrodome for a showdown against the Vikings.
The two grand-prize-winning Powerball tickets were sold in Arizona and Missouri, but seven tickets sold in Minnesota qualified as nice consolation prizes.
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.
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You wait for your favorite singer to come to town and when they finally do you can’t get your hands on tickets.
Today is Seniors Day at the Minnesota State Fair. Tickets are discounted: adults and seniors get in for $10, kids (5-12) get in for $7, and children under 5 get in free.
Today is Minnesota Cook’s Day at the Minnesota State Fair. Tickets are discounted: adults and seniors get in for $10, kids (5-12) get in for $7, and children under 5 get in free.
Today is the Governor’s Fire Prevention Day at the Minnesota State Fair. Early Bird Specials will be offered until 1 p.m. on the Mighty Midway and Kidway rides, games and concessions.
Indie rock band Low headlines the second annual benefit concert at Minneapolis’ Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery. Tickets are now on sale for the June 9 performance.
Authorities issued nearly 100 citations and pulled over more than 2,400 drivers who were texting last Thursday — Distracted Driving Day.
Year three at Target Field looks and sounds just like the first two, but with one big exception: The seats are becoming harder to fill.
A man was cited twice in one hour for speeding — in both incidents he was driving more than 100 mph, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.