Concerts have returned to the Twin Cities -- all with different rules and protocols.
Live Music Returns To Twin Cities, With Varying COVID ProtocolsConcerts have returned to the Twin Cities -- all with different rules and protocols.
Concertgoers Navigate Varying COVID ProtocolsWhether or not you have to wear a mask or show proof of vaccination or a negative test could be up to the artist you're headed to see.
Minneapolis Theaters Set To Welcome Back AudiencesIt's a big night for theater fans in the Twin Cities.
For First Time Since Since Pandemic Began, It's Curtains Up For Minneapolis TheatersToday, life returns to two of our well-known theaters in Minneapolis.
As Live Music Returns, Concertgoers Navigate Varying COVID ProtocolsConcert season is back in full swing and many concertgoers are having to learn the new way of sharing space with others around them.
St. Paul’s Turf Club Roars Back To Life After 500 Days Of SilenceThe Turf Club's commitment to independent and local music remains truer now than ever before, Reg Chapman reports (2:23). WCCO 4 News At 6 - July 7, 2021
Ordway Center’s ‘The Night Before Christmas: In Concert’ Available To StreamThe Ordway Center’s virtual holiday presentation of music is performed by Minnesota’s Grammy wining music group Sounds of Blackness (5:04) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Dec. 19, 2020
The Guthrie’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ To Go On VirtuallyA holiday tradition is coming to you this year, beginning today. Jennifer Mayerle spoke to Nathaniel Fuller, long-time actor, about how it all came together (5:11) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Dec. 19, 2020
Samuel 'Cornbread' Harris Sr. Celebrates 93rd-And-A-Half BirthdayAlong with a special show Thursday night, he also has a new CD out titled "Cornbread & Friends Live at the Hook and Ladder Volume 2" (3:43). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 21, 2020
A440 Fest Gives Bands A Chance To Connect With FansThe six-week festival gives some people a chance to see a show in person, but many more can take in the experience on YouTube, musician Jill Mickelson explains (3:59). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 20, 2020
'We Are The Change' Livestreaming From Ordway This SundayThis weekend, a Pulitzer Prize winning composer and Grammy Award winning librettist are debuting a new composition, Lied Society founder Abe Hunter explains (4:11). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 16, 2020
Many Concertgoers Ready To Pay For Online ConcertsA new study from MRC Data shows 47% of music listeners say digital concerts are a necessary step for the music industry (3:07). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 8, 2020
Guthrie Hosts First Virtual FundraiserCOVID-19 forced the theater to close its doors. Jennifer Mayerle reports on how the fundraiser will keep the theater running, and the artists who will gather to help raise money (2:36) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - August 1, 2020
Hennepin Theater Trust Unveils 2020 'It's The People' Project"It's the People" will be displayed on downtown billboards in the Hennepin Theatre District and surrounding metro area locations, artist Nikki McComb explains (4:11). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 16, 2020
Fridley's Crooners Supper Club Kicks Off Summer Concert SeriesThe spot known for its live music says the concert from your car will be at a safe social distance, Jeff Wagner reports (0:48). WCCO 4 News At 6 - June 20, 2020
Okee Dokee Brothers Release New Album 2 Months EarlyHeather Brown talked with the Grammy-honored band about their album "Songs for Singin'" (5:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 1, 2020
WCCO Viewers Share Which Online Concerts They've Been EnjoyingPost Malone will livestream a concert from his home Friday night, featuring a tribute to the band Nirvana (2:59). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 24, 2020
Minnesota Boychoir Keeps On Rehearsing, VirtuallyWCCO recently Skyped with Mark Johnson, the Boychoir's artistic director (4:14). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 20, 2020
Minnesota Orchestra Launches Site For Home ViewingThe Minnesota Orchestra launched a new webpage that includes performances from their musicians while they are practicing social distancing, violist Sam Bergman explains (4:15). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 10, 2020
Kat Perkins Rocks Social Distancing With 'Curbside Concerts'With concerts and sporting events canceled, a local musician has found a way to still entertain crowds, Jason DeRusha reports (2:53). WCCO This Morning - April 8, 2020
Why Not Take Up The Piano During Our Stay-At-Home?Tim and Ryan O'Neill are providing a free educational tool during the outbreak: their instrumental music (4:35). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 8, 2020
Sounds Of Hope For A Trying TimeVocalEssence Associate Conductor G. Phillip Shoultz explains (3:23). WCCO Mid-Morning - March 30, 2020
Keep A Song In Your Heart During Times Of StressMid-Morning contributor Phil Thompson shares a hopeful ditty (3:42). WCCO Mid-Morning - March 27, 2020
Twin Cities Group VocalEssence Celebrates Black History MonthVocalEssence's "Witness: Deep Roots" is this Sunday at Orchestra Hall at 4:30 p.m., associate conductor G. Phillip Shoultz III and gospel star Jovonta Patton explain (4:22). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 20, 2020