MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The four stories you need to know about for Wednesday, June 3, 2015 range from rock-n-roll legends to flying saucers to running. Take a look.

The Rolling Stones Hit The Stage At TCF Bank

The greatest rock ‘n roll band on Earth will play TCF Bank Wednesday.

The stage is set and members of the band have already been showing up around town. Some have popped in and out of stores in the North Loop and a few even performed at the Dakota Jazz Club in downtown Minneapolis.

Rain or shine, the show will go on Wednesday.

A meteorologist will be on site to monitor for possible lightning. If there is any within six miles, they will delay.

NASA Test Flying Saucer

NASA will test a flying saucer Wednesday!

NASA will launch a high-altitude balloon carrying the space agency’s Low Density Supersonic Decelerator. The technology would help land spacecraft, and someday humans, on Mars.

The launch attempt, which was postponed on Tuesday because of high ocean waves, will happen around 12:30 p.m.

Southwest Airlines Announces Fare Sale

If you’ve been thinking about gettin’ out of town, pull the trigger Wednesday!

Southwest Airlines has announced a 72-hour fare sale.

Fares to dozens of destinations have dropped to as low as $100 round trip!

The sale covers travel from late August through mid-December.

Travel bargain hunters must act quick, the sale ends Thursday.

7th Annual National Running Day

Lace up your kicks and get moving! It’s National Running Day!

It’s the 7th year for runners to celebrate their passion for going the extra mile.

Runners can pledge their miles to charity Wednesday just by running!

Twin Cities in Motion, who organizes the Twin Cities Marathon wants you to tweet your running photos, too! Use the hashtag #NationalRunningDay.


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