This weekend Minneapolis-St. Paul hosts a variety of visual arts, tributes and outdoor gigs — all with an underlying purple hue.
In light of the recent tragedy, the Twin Cities rallies with a slew of can’t miss events this weekend.
Between Record Store Day 2016, tribute shows and album releases, this weekend will be very music-heavy across Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Spring returns to the Twin Cities with a bang as Fashion Week MN and the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival both sashay back onto the scene.
All April Fool’s jokes aside, this weekend offers an array of awesome theater, music, visual arts and even an opportunity for you to air up those bike tires of yours.
Check out What’s What this weekend for the latest in album release shows, artist exhibitions, milestone anniversaries and much more.
Whether you’re embracing your inner Irish or running away from it, the Twin Cities is loaded with great events this St. Patrick’s Day Weekend.
Emerge from your groggy winter slumber with a list of can’t miss concerts and events this weekend.
With March officially underway, the Guerrilla Girls are ending their takeover of the Twin Cities out with a bang and bringing you a laundry list of events you won’t want to miss this weekend.
This weekend is chock full of brewery-based events to get you in the spring spirit, along with the usual variety of theatre, arts, music and more.
With temperatures rising throughout the Twin Cities, there’s really no excuse for missing out on some of highlights Minneapolis/St. Paul has to offer this weekend.
This weekend will surely bring love into your life in the form of a vast lineup of events going on throughout Minneapolis and St. Paul for Valentine’s Day.
Despite loads of snow and what’s been deemed “The Big Game,” Minneapolis and St. Paul offer a variety of compelling opportunities for you to get up and get out this weekend.
End January on a high note with homecoming shows, an epic sweet sixteen party, a super-secret dance party, and more!
From birthdays to takeovers, the Twin Cities is awash with great events this weekend.
Take a look at this weekend’s guide for the latest and greatest in visual arts, theater, residencies, dance nights and album release shows throughout the Twin Cities.
This weekend’s lineup of unique events will help you kick those wintery January blues.
Ring out 2015 and ring in 2016 with some of the most eagerly-awaited events of the year.
Whatever holiday you’re celebrating this weekend, the Twin Cities will be celebrating them in their own unique ways.
Star Wars fanatic or not, this weekend’s list of events offers plenty of opportunities to get excited.
Whether you celebrate the Holidays (Christmas, Solstice, Life Day, etc.), or are trying to ignore the holiday season as much as possible, the Twin Cities has plenty of events for you to celebrate this weekend.
The Holidays are underway with tons of great events to celebrate at (or avoid them at all costs, if that’s your pleasure).
The events going on throughout the area over this long weekend leave us with a lot to be thankful for (and plenty of excuses to escape your extended family).
With the holidays quickly approaching, this weekend offers the opportunity to both embrace the festive spirit and put it on hold for a little while longer.
This weekend offers you the opportunity to give to the max, expand your precious zine collection and experience a history of music through film, among much more.
As the leaves continue to fall and we move on from an eventful October, this weekend offers a ton of potential for fans of food, art, live music and more.
This year’s edition of HallowWhat’s What will save you from handing out candy all weekend with plenty of options for you to get out and show off that costume of yours!
This weekend will feature a variety of horrific thrills and seasonal happenings amidst Minneapolis/St. Paul’s mainstay of music, visual arts and theater events.
Even if crawling around like a brainless zombie isn’t exactly your scene, this weekend boasts plenty of wonderful fall events to keep you far and away from the chaos (or deep in the middle if you’re so inclined).