The end of summer is nigh with the return of the Minnesota State Fair, the Renaissance Festival, and tons of other great events all over the Twin Cities.
Despite one of our primary music venues closing its doors for rehabilitation this weekend, there are plenty of fantastic events taking place elsewhere throughout Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Along with the influx of warm August weather, this weekend also brings with it an array of performances, exhibits, dance parties and more.
Art fairs, block parties, theatre performances and dance nights fill up this weekend’s list of events, among much, much more.
While all the theatre fans in town are tied up with the opening of the Minnesota Fringe Festival, the weekend is still filled with tons of great events.
This weekend is filled with great movies, great art, great music, and a whole lot more.
This weekend will take you all around the Twin Cities to as far as Wisconsin with events of all kinds scattered throughout the area.
This weekend offers a vast selection of theatre, outdoor events and live music, featuring local talent at Red Bull Sound Select, Basilica Block Party and Bastille Day.
Flag-waving patriot or not, there is plenty to do in and around the Twin Cities this weekend involving hot dogs, flea markets, fireworks, punk rock, and more.
The Twin Cities’ annual LGBTQIA celebration of fabulousity dominates every corner of this weekend. Let us help you figure it all out.
The summer heats up with the return of Rock The Garden, the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, art crawls, and various queer-centric events in anticipation for Pride next weekend.
Among this weekend’s booked schedule of events includes the Twin Cities Donut Crawl, Northern Spark and The Fucking Best Show Ever.
This weekend’s events are spread out all over Minneapolis/St. Paul and will have you exploring everything from bikes to storytelling to visual arts and more.
With summer on the horizon, it might be easy to overlook all of the fantastic events going on, but this weekend offers some sweet gigs that you won’t want to miss.
Memorial Day Weekend features plenty to do outside and kicks off outdoor music season in full force with events like Soundset, the Memory Lanes Block Party, and more
Here now is l’étoile’s annual guide to the hottest events and exhibits at the 2015 Art-A-Whirl
Just because Art-A-Whirl is dominating the weekend doesn’t mean that there aren’t a ton of other great events going on. Here’s our list…
As spring hits its stride there are more events popping up that will tempt you to venture out of the house and explore parts of the Twin Cities both old and new.
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.