Some of TBT's recent appearances have required proof of vaccine/negative test.
The ticket reselling giant will pay $1.87 million in refunds for Minnesota events.
The hiring fair starts at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8.
The band said last month concertgoers would need proof of vaccination or a negative test.
The global pop star will also have a mask mandate for the Sept. 22 concert.
The new show policy from venue owner Live Nation will be in effect this fall.
The new policy applies to all events at the Minneapolis venue.
RibFest attendees reportedly climbed over rail cars Thursday night, causing delays.
The concert was initially scheduled for July of 2020.
Some tickets are currently available, while others will go on sale later this month.
Concerts are Wednesdays starting at 6 p.m.
Tickets go on sale next week.
The State Fair begins Aug. 26.
Tickets for the cancelled show will be honored.
The series will feature six concerts starting in August.
Life is slowing getting back to normal.
This fall's indoor shows will mark the venue's first in 18 months.
They were due to play at the newly opened Capri Theater.
Live music is returning to the Twin Cities.
Last year's two-day festival was canceled because of the pandemic.
First Avenue announced a Dinosaur Jr. concert scheduled for Sep. 14.
A trio of big names were announced.
Uncertainty over COVID-19 has prompted the event's cancelation for the second-year running.