This weekend provides plenty of opportunities for you to get outside and enjoy the weather, with bike tours, parades and much, much more.
This weekend offers the opportunity for you to explore all kinds of concerts, visual art openings and theater productions both east and west of the river.
Aside from all of the Record Store Day hoopla this weekend, there are plenty of other events for you to get out and enjoy Minneapolis and St. Paul.
A few highlights throughout the Twin Cities this weekend include large-scale events like the AWP Conference, the MN Music Summit and the International Film Festival.
As winter is finally on the wane, we celebrate with art openings, great music, and a milestone anniversary at First Avenue!
This weekend features a powerful symposium on the Culture Wars of the ’90s, conventions for anime and video game cultures, and Stevie Wonder’s return to Minneapolis.
Whether you’re still hurting from St. Paddy’s and looking to take it easy or looking to keep the party rolling, you’ll be sure to find something to suit your springtime fancy this weekend.
This weekend features all sorts of anniversaries, openings, viewings and sales for your springtime leisure.
From fantastic dance shows to world premieres to vita.mn’s annual “Are You Local?” showcase, the Twin Cities comes alive this first weekend in March.
Even though the unpredictable Minnesota winter has a tendency to overstay its welcome, this weekend’s events offer a lineup that will make you feel as though spring has indeed sprung!
Forget fiscal equalization — the Minneapolis Miracle resides within our arts and music scene as much as anything else, with this weekend as proof.
Whatever your relationship status during this Valentine’s Day weekend, one thing is for sure: the Twin Cities will always spoil you with some of the best events of the year.
This weekend features a wide variety of performing arts from comedians, dance companies and theatre productions alike, as well as the ongoing flow of visual arts and musical performances throughout the area.
With an unseasonably warm end to January, the Twin Cities offers plenty of great events to take advantage of the great weather!
This weekend is full of an eclectic array of events that will take you to art galleries, theaters, concerts, and even the great outdoors!
Based on this weekend’s brimming schedule of events, 2015 is shaping up to be a phenomenal year across the Twin Cities.
Even when temperatures dip below zero, events throughout the area continue with fervor. Read on for all of the exciting events this weekend that can help keep you warm.
Start 2015 off right with a brace of great events throughout the Twin Cities!
Whether you’re looking to laugh, dance or get wild to cap 2014 this Wednesday, the Twin Cities scene has your New Year’s Eve celebratory needs covered.
A lot of venues throughout the Twin Cities have their own longstanding holiday traditions, so if you need some time away from the in-laws this week, be sure to check out our list of What’s What over the holidays.
Events this weekend include a few sublime visual art showings, numerous theater finales, and plenty of holiday inspired events to close out the waning weeks of 2014.
The end of Doomtree’s last blowout leads the charge on this unseasonably warm, jam-packed weekend.
Kick off the last month of the year with a variety of events this weekend, including I AM MPLS, Doomtree’s last blowout ever, and a few unique holiday shopping options.
There are plenty of unique events to be thankful for in this special holiday weekend edition, including many holiday theater productions, a variety of tribute band showcases, dance nights a’plenty, and the annual mess that comes with Black Friday.
It might be beginning to look a lot like Christmas, but there are plenty of events in the Twin Cities this weekend if you’re not ready for the holiday spirit.
The Soap Factory’s 25th anniversary, the Charlie Awards, the 15th annual Sound Unseen Festival, and the 40th annual return of Scrooge to the Guthrie are among what’s what for this snowy weekend.
Amidst the whirlwind of visual arts events happening this weekend, the Twin Cities also hosts the Moth, the area’s first donut crawl, Bob Dylan’s return to the Orpheum, and much more.
Halloween will bleed into nearly every bar, venue and gallery this weekend, so brace yourselves for a weekend of frightening festivities for characters of all types!
With Halloween approaching, there are many spooky spectacles to choose from throughout the area, as well as plenty of events on the other end of the spectrum to balance out your fall weekend.