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MYTH

3090 SOUTHLAWN DR., Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

651-779-MYTH

MYTH Myth has twin offerings, ushering in a new era of nightlife to the region: For the concert enthusiast, Myth offers multi-level seating with unobstructed views from the mezzanines and balcony. From anywhere within, the Artists appear to be at your fingertips on a 60-foot stage that  dominates the magnificent main [more]

Hubert H Humphrey Metrodome

900 South Fifth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

612-332-0386

Hubert H Humphrey Metrodome The road to creating the Metrodome followed a number of twists and turns. The Dome was almost derailed a number of times. We invite you to learn more about the road people traveled on the way to making the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome "Minnesota's Rec Room.   Bloomington's Metropolitan Stadium was built for [more]

Mall of America

60 E Broadway, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Bloomington) United States

(952) 854-2790

Mall of America Mall of America (also MOA, MoA or the Megamall) is a super-regional shopping mall located in the Twin Cities suburb of Bloomington, Minnesota. The mall is located southeast of the junction of Interstate 494 and Minnesota State Highway 77, north of the Minnesota River and is across the interstate from the Minneapolis-St. Paul [more]

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]

Indiana University Auditorium

Indiana University 1211 East 7th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Bloomington) United States

812-855-2300

Indiana University Auditorium An especially fine example of the art of organ building, the organ now in the Indiana University Auditorium has a history which goes back to 1889, when Hilborne L. Roosevelt of New York built it for installation in the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago. In 1942, when the Auditorium Theatre was being converted to a [more]

Indiana University Musical Arts Center

S. Jordan Ave, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Bloomington) United States

(812) 855-6787

Indiana University Musical Arts Center The Indiana University Ballet Department provides the highest level of professional ballet training within an academic, intellectual, and artistic university environment. The department trains dancers of a technical and artistic level who succeed as performers, choreographers, teachers, and administrators. [more]

Orpheum Theatre

910 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

Orpheum Theatre The Orpheum Theatre, originally known as the Hennepin Theatre, opened in 1921 and seats 2,579. Considered a "junior" Orpheum to an older Orpheum Theatre on Seventh Street, it was designed by the Milwaukee firm of Kirchoff and Rose in a Beaux Arts style. Its first performers included the Marx Brothers with more than 70,000 [more]

Ruth N Halls Theatre

1211 E 7th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Bloomington) United States

(812) 855-4535

Ruth N Halls Theatre President Myles Brand has described Ruth Norman Halls as Indiana University's "greatest benefactor." She was an exceptional woman dedicated to education-both her own and that of others. Ruth Norman was born in Barlettville, Indiana, in 1898, where she spent her childhood on her grandfather's dairy farm, milking cows, churning [more]

Pantages Theatre

710 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

Pantages Theatre The Pantages, which now seats 1014, opened in 1916 as a vaudeville house and part of Greek immigrant and impresario Alexander Pantages’ renowned consortia of theatres. It was designed by the Minneapolis firm of Kees and Colburn in an Art Moderne/Beaux Arts style. The Pantages’ first show was a vaudeville [more]