Luke Bryan To Headline At U.S. Bank StadiumCountry singer Luke Bryan is returning to Minnesota in 2016. After a successful concert at TCF Bank Stadium, Bryan returns to be one of the first acts to headline the new U.S. Bank Stadium.
Local Music Tap: 'Rock The Garden' Moves To NE Mpls For 2016Fans of the "Rock The Garden" festival will be rocking out at a new location this year.
Parents Question Choice To Sing 'Allahu Akbar' At Holiday ConcertSome parents in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are questioning a choir teacher's decision to use a song about Ramadan performed in Arabic at a holiday concert.
MNfusion: 'Celtic Christmas' Host Katie McMahon Talks Performance, Holiday TraditionsThe Guthrie has "A Christmas Carol," the Pantages has "All Is Clam" and The O'Shaughnessy has "Celtic Christmas." On Friday, December 11 Katie McMahon returns to the stage to perform the annual show.
Best 2015 Holiday Concerts In MinnesotaIt's the season for gift giving, music, memories and musical nostalgia. Follow these holiday concert performances as you shop around for albums to play or give away as gifts.
Justin Bieber Coming To Target Center Summer 2016Did you think you would never see Justin Bieber in concert? Well, never say never. There will be one less lonely girl as the Biebs returns to Minneapolis on June 19, 2016.
'Doomtree Zoo' To Perform At CHS FieldLast December, Doomtree celebrated its biggest and final Blowout. Now, the Minneapolis rap collective is holding its biggest show yet.
Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean Set Record Attendance At Target FieldThousands of country music fans helped set a new attendance record at Target Field. Almost 85,000 people went to see Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean on Saturday and Sunday.
4 Things To Know: Power Outages, Trump Under Fire & A Record-Breaking ConcertHere’s what you need to know for July 19, 2015.
Hundreds Ejected From Kenny Chesney Concert In Green BayPolice say hundreds of people were ejected from Lambeau Field during a concert featuring country music star Kenny Chesney. Press-Gazette Media reports between 250 and 300 people were kicked out of Saturday's concert.
Gov. Dayton Declares June 3, 2015 'Rolling Stones Day'Ahead of their 11th concert in the state, Gov. Mark Dayton has declared Wednesday, June 3, 2015 to be "The Rolling Stones Day" in Minnesota.