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Spin Nightclub

10 S 5th St, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

(612) 333-5055

Spin Nightclub Spin nightclub is a multi level, state-of-the-art nightclub  in Downtown Minneapolis’ historic Lumber Exchange Building. At Spin, were setting the standard for the nightclub experience in Minnesota. As soon as you enter you will know why we say Spin is “A New Level of Nightlife.” [more]

Triple Rock Social Club

629 Cedar Ave S, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States


Spirits and Cold Beer, Hot Fresh Food, Plus the Loudest Sound system this side of Motorhead's practice space. kick ass live music damn near every night. Located on 629 Cedar Avenue West Bank Minneapolis. And yes, we do have a parking lot. [more]

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DECC’s Symphony Hall

350 Harbor Drive, Atlanta, Georgia (Duluth) United States


The DECC is the Northland’s premiere multi purpose facility perfect for your meeting, trade show, wedding, party or entertainment event. We are surrounded by 1600 hotel rooms, unique shops, tempting restaurants, and fun local attractions like the S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum. Panoramic views of the Aerial Lift Bridge and Lake Superior [more]

Burnsville Performing Arts Center

12600 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Burnsville) United States

(952) 895-4685

Burnsville Performing Arts Center The Burnsville Performing Arts Center is located at 12600 Nicollet Ave in the Heart of the City. This new complex opened in January, 2009. The center has two theatres, a 1000 seat Proscenium Stage and an intimate 150 seat Black Box. The lobby is two stories tall, all glass, with a sweeping view of Nicollet [more]

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Indiana University Assembly Hall

1001 E. 17th St., Minneapolis, Minnesota (Bloomington) United States

(812) 855-4848

Indiana University Assembly Hall Assembly Hall is a 17,456-seat arena on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. It is the home of the Indiana Hoosiers basketball teams. It opened in 1971, replacing the current Gladstein Fieldhouse. The court is named after Branch McCracken, the men's basketball coach who led the school to [more]

Skyway Theatre

711 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States