Live music is returning to the Twin Cities.
First Avenue announced a Dinosaur Jr. concert scheduled for Sep. 14.
The #SaveOurStages grassroots effort was spearheaded by First Avenue in Minneapolis, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar sponsored the legislation to help venues impacted by the pandemic.
Artists including Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and Dessa have donated songs to a new compilation project to benefit First Avenue
Mooby's was first featured in 1999's Dogma.
He opened the nightclub in 1970 and owned it until 2004.
The storied venue will host its annual Halloween part on Oct. 31.
The University of Minnesota started the trend shortly after the death of George Floyd.
All proceeds from the shoes will go to the club, which has closed its doors due to COVID-19.
Two are jazz venues, and the third is a legendary rock venue.
The legendary venue will embark on a year of celebrations starting in April.
The St. Paul rapper had collaborated with the music star prior to her death.
The venue is going beyond the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
The legendary venue pledged to donate its profits on the night of the Trump rally.
The legendary Minneapolis venue says the president's views are in conflict with its "core values."
The Fillmore Minneapolis will open in February.
The r.Cup has been noticed by bands including U2 and Jack Johnson.
The historic music venues are among the best in the country.
F1rst Wrestling has announced the special guest for its January show.
The famous nightclub's empire is growing.
The Minneapolis institution now owns 4 Twin Cities concert venues.
The high-profile Democrat will seek to boost Ellison's run for Attorney General.
The golden ale will be available beginning Monday.
The iconic music store was born and raised in Minneapolis.