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Bill Maher has set the boundaries of political humour on American television, and even now continues to push new ones. His combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have earned him a staggering 23 Emmy nominations to date. The controversial satirist's career launched with stand-up almost 30 years ago and he returns to his roots an unforgettable night of sharpshooting political satire.
August 23, 2019
Still in his early 20's Christian Nodal is forging a career many would be envious of. Born in 1999 into a musical family, the mariachi superstar showed prodigious talent on vocals and guitar at age four and has honed his craft ever since, posting videos on social media at age 13, catching the attention of the Mexican music industry and signing to American Spanish language record label Fonovisa in 2016. Don't miss the regional Mexican superstar on US shores as he heads out on his De Tu Mano Tour!
September 3, 2019
This British band came to prominence during the New Wave movements of the 1970s and found themselves a modest but loyal following throughout the intervening years. Their biggest chart hits include Cool For Cats and Up The Junction, as well as American chart placers Tempted, Hourglass and 853-5937. In 2010 they issued Spot the Difference, an album of newly recorded versions of older material. By creating some of the best-loved songs of their generation, they have paved the way for many of today's most successful indie pop acts.
September 4, 2019
There's a chance that even if you haven't heard of this gravelly voiced Irish singer-songwriter, you have heard his music before. After a career that started by busking on the rainy streets of Dublin, he formed The Frames in 1990 and then went on to star in the critically acclaimed film The Commitments, before finding international success in the indie mega hit Once. For the latter, his song 'Falling Slowly' won an Academy Award in 2007. Since then he has continued to tour with The Frames and other band The Swell Season.
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!
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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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