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September 24, 2019
Avril Lavigne first appeared in summer 2002, touting an addictive debut single (the spunky pop/rock gem "Complicated") and a skatepunk image that purposely clashed with the polished glamour of mainstream pop. Following five years away from the road, the Canadian singer is back for fall 2019, bringing the Head Above Water tour to a stage near you!
September 27, 2019
Known as the Madonna of Latin Pop music, Marisela recorded her first hit single at the age of 15. Now over three decades later she continues a long-lived and much cherished career, imbuing the girlish bubblegum pop of her beginnings with a veteran showmanship and magnetic charisma. Catch the Mexican songstress as she hits US shores
October 1, 2019
Homegrown veteran rockers Toto are once again hitting the road on their 40th anniversary for their 40 Trips Around The Sun tour, a retrospective concert of some of the bands greatest hits along with deeper cuts! Combining a myriad of musical styles since forming in 1977, the band are known for their enthusiastic forays into pop, rock, soul, funk, progressive rock and hard rock.
October 4, 2019
American film and television actor, comedian and bona fide eye candy indulgence Dane Cook is back on the road! The American Gods star is one of the country's most popular comedians, with a guy-next-door attitude that serves to expand his comedy with many audiences. Don't miss his 2019 Tell It Like It Is Tour, his first full jaunt since 2013!
October 7, 2019
Formed in 1969, Little Feat is one of the great survivors of American rock music. Having gone through numerous lineup changes and breakups, the band are still playing their unmistakable brand of murky blues, country, and funk. Founding member Bill Payne, who is also a prolific session player, and has played with the likes of Pink Floyd and The Doobie Brothers, is still going strong, touring extensively year on year!
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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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