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Renovations under way at the "The Brick"

The new Minneapolis concert venue is making changes after numerous complaints from fans during the nightclub's inaugural show last month. Managers expect the improvements to be complete sometime in June. Four sold-out concerts are being moved to alternate venues in the Twin Cities while the work is completed. Take a look at the list of changes...
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The new Minneapolis concert venue is making changes after numerous complaints from fans during the nightclub's inaugural show last month. Managers expect the improvements to be complete sometime in June. Four sold-out concerts are being moved to alternate venues in the Twin Cities while the work is completed. Take a look at the list of changes...

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