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  • Tom Segura

    Mar 26, 2019

  • Switchfoot

    Mar 27, 2019

  • Amos Lee

    Mar 29, 2019

  • Intocable

    Apr 5, 2019

  • Pancho Barraza

    Apr 12, 2019

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Tom Segura

March 26, 2019

Reputed to be the funniest beard in the business, comedian Tom Segura has a list of credits that would put the Titanic movie to shame. The Cincinnati native reached national attention with the release of his Netflix specials Completely Normal and Mostly stories, as well as stints on Conan, The Late Late Show, Workaholics and Happy Endings.

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Switchfoot

March 27, 2019

After their hiatus at the end of 2017 Switchfoot return in 2019 with the release of their brand new album, Native Tounge! With this, their eleventh album, Switchfoot aim to not dwell on the torrid political and social atmosphere of our time and instead offers an antidote to it.

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Amos Lee

March 29, 2019

One of the shining stars of modern folk, Amos Lee crosses the genres of folk, soul and jazz and calls on Stevie Wonder and James Taylor as major influences. His 2011 album 'Mission Bell' topped the Billboard charts and included contributions from Willie Nelson among others. His follow-up may have been met with mixed reviews, but as with any singer-songwriter of this genre, it's at a live performance where the magic is truly made.

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Intocable

April 5, 2019

Considered the forerunners of the Tejano and Norteno music genres, Intocable (Spanish for Untouchable) found its roots in Zapata, Texas in the early 90s. Started by dynamic duo Ricky Munoz and Rene Martinez, the band became a platform for their expertly fused pop melodies, traditional folk rhythms, romantic balladry and a rock and roll swagger.

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Pancho Barraza

April 12, 2019

Synonymous with the evolution of his home country's proud musical heritage, Mexican icon Pancho Barazza has lent his distinctive voice and style to multiple latin music genres, spanning rancheras, mariachi and norteno. From the mid 90s to the present day, his considerable presence has evolved from band front man to bonafide megastar over the course of over 20 albums. Catch the living legend as he brings his charisma, romance and trademark stetson-tilted-over-one-eye to US shores this spring and summer!

State Theater

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805 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55402

  • Year opened: 1921
  • Capacity: 2181
  • Concession stands
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

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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