Nov 7, 2020
Nov 27, 2020
Dec 3, 2020
Wild Kratts - Live
Jan 23, 2021
Mar 12, 2021
November 7, 2020
Nashville native Ben Rector mixes shades of soul, gospel and upbeat sunshine pop to form piano-driven anthems that could get the toes of even the most cynical of audiophiles tapping along. A decade after he took his first tentative steps into the music world whilst studying at the university of Arkansas, Rector has toured around the USA and released several studio albums!
November 27, 2020
The Irish all-male wonder from producer Sharon Browne, and legendary songwriter/composer Phil Coulter, performs an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with some international hits and original material in between. Boasting boy-band good looks and impeccable harmonies, the group delivers traditional Celtic songs and contemporary pop classics as only they know how.
December 3, 2020
The chart-topping country star is back on the road again. The hat-tipping Arkansas native is bringing his live show to you. Moore's performances have captivated concertgoers across the country and helped established a loyal fan base so make sure you catch the traditional country star him when he comes to town.
January 23, 2021
The Kratt Brothers leap off your TV screens and head on the road with their live stage show. The stars behind PBS' animated show Wild Kratts present a wildly entertaining live experience that will entertain and educate the whole family, featuring lots of audience participation and cool facts about the animal kingdom.
March 12, 2021
Scribble Showdown is not your average game show. Firstly, its contestants are YouTube icons with millions of subscribers and views, secondly, these competitors have risen to viral video fame thanks to their sketching and animating talents and thirdly, the show pits them against each other in a showdown of lightning-fast drawing in front of a live audience!
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The State Theatre was opened in 1921 and at the time was considered the most technologically advanced in the United States. The theatre has a seating capacity of 2,181 and was designed by Chicago architect J.E.O. Pridmore in a free Italian Renaissance style. Between 1921 and 1978, the State Theatre was mainly a movie house, although vaudeville acts played there, as well as concerts and ballets. The State Theatre was bought in 1989 by Minneapolis Community Development Agency, and after nearly two years of renovation, the theatre re-opened in November 1991, showing plays and musicals.
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