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WellRed Comedy Tour
Sep 25, 2021
Sep 27, 2021
Oct 2, 2021
The Fab Four - The Ultimate Tribute
Oct 9, 2021
Oct 12, 2021
September 25, 2021
So you think that Deep Southerners are backward, racist sexist and gun-happy hillbillies longing for the Confederacy, would you? Well, you'd be severely mistaken if this talented trio are anything to go by. Setting out to dispel the often unfair myths and stereotypes that people have of the Southern states, their unique brand of comedy have won accolades and new audiences from all over!
September 27, 2021
Madeleine Peyroux burst onto the recording scene in 1996. Madeleine's fourth solo album, a turning point in Peyroux's career, with all original tracks, Bare Bones, was released on March 10, 2009. She collaborated with songwriters Walter Becker, Joe Henry, David Batteau and Julian Corywell.
October 2, 2021
Award-winning comedian, media personality and former senator Al Franken heads on a nationwide tour where audiences will get a first-hand insight into the public figure's fascinating life. From his start as a writer on SNL during the '70s and '80s to his time as a senator in Minnesota to his two Grammys, five Emmys and four books that hit the New York Times #1 best-seller list, Franken will have plenty to talk about.
October 9, 2021
The Fab Four are one of the world's most in-demand Beatles tribute acts! They're note perfect and the attention to detail is so impressive, you'd be forgiven for thinking you were in the presence of the real thing. From mop-tops to Wings, let the Fab Four take you on a journey through the life of a band that still thrill, five decades after they split up!
October 12, 2021
Where to start with Pat Metheny? Jazz guitar pioneer and tireless musical innovator, the Missouri-born Metheny's career stretches back over forty years, during which time his stunning fusion of jazz, pop and world music has won him twenty Grammy Awards, and recently saw him become the youngest member of Downbeat's Hall of Fame (the jazz equivalent of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame).
710 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403
One of the many theaters around the country founded by impressario Alexander Pantages', this magnificent building began life as vaudeville theater, and has since gone through various restorations to maintain its gilt-edged splendor. The Pantages' most striking feature is the stained glass globe in its ceiling.
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