With Varying Concert COVID Protocols, Health Officials Urge Music Lovers To Weigh RisksLive music is back in the Twin Cities. But fans may not know that many venues have their COVID-19 protocols set by the artist that's coming to town.
First Avenue Now Requires Proof Of Vaccination Or Negative COVID Test For ConcertgoersFirst Avenue and its five sister venues will now require patrons to prove they’re fully vaccinated or show a negative COVID-19 test result to attend music concerts and events.
St. Paul's Turf Club Roars Back To Life After Almost 500 Days Of Silence“[Wednesday night] is our first ticketed event back in almost 500 days,” Ashley Ryan said. “It’s been a really long time to get here.”
Minnesota Music Venues Preparing To Roar Back As COVID Restrictions LoosenWCCO looks ahead towards the future of live, in-person concerts, and what venues and artists are doing in the meantime before getting back to what they love the most.
COVID Relief Bill: First Avenue, Sen. Klobuchar Help Secure Billions In Music Venue FundingThe Save Our Stages Act will provide grants that do not have to be repayed, based on 45% of a club’s 2019 revenues, and up to $10 million.
Here Are 4 Of St. Paul's Top Tattoo ParlorsIn search of a new favorite tattoo spot on the east side of the metro? Here are four of the top-ranked shops.
First Avenue Exhibit Debuts At Minnesota History CenterThe legendary First Avenue is on display at the Minnesota History Center.
First Avenue Tests Out Reusable Beer CupThe beer hasn't changed, but lately, the cups it is served in look a little different at First Avenue.
Lee’s Liquor Lounge, Iconic Minneapolis Music Venue, To Close IndefinitelySoon, Minneapolis nightlife will be different than it's been in 62 years.
First Avenue Absorbs Fine Line Music CafeFirst Avenue is expanding its reach in downtown Minneapolis.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best LGBTQ Bar In MinnesotaThere are probably few bars in the state of Minnesota that have a history that is as rich, or as clandestine, as the Gay 90's.
While Twin Cities Taprooms Thrive, Bars & Restaurants StruggleWhile restaurants are struggling to compete, a new study says taprooms in the Twin Cities are doing better than ever.
Celebs Party Hard At Super Bowl EventsFriday was night two of late night Super Bowl festivities, with more parties and concerts all across the Twin Cities.
New 'Nye's Bar' To Open Next Week In Minneapolis\An iconic Minneapolis bar that was torn down last year to make way for apartments will soon be reborn, albeit in a much smaller form.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Music Venue In MinnesotaFirst Avenue has been keeping the beat in Minneapolis for nearly 40 years.