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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]

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]

The Bluebird

216 N Walnut St, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Bloomington) United States

812-336-3984

The Bluebird The Bluebird is located on 216 North Walnut Street in Bloomington, IN. We are a premiere venue well known for the variety of bands and performers we have hosted over the years. Some the most notable artists include Dickey Betts, Hanson, Nickel Creek, Ween, John Mayer, Umphrey’s Mcgee, Edwin McCain, Ghostface, and many more. [more]

State Theatre

805 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

State Theatre The State Theatre, which seats 2,181, opened in 1921 and was then considered the most technologically advanced and elaborate theatre in the United States. One Minneapolis newspaper columnist described it as “a gilded pleasure palace, dedicated to the Hollywood dreams that captured America’s heart in the roaring [more]

Fitzgerald Theater

10 East Exchange Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota United States

(651) 290-1200

Fitzgerald Theater The Fitzgerald Theater is Saint Paul's oldest surviving theater space. Originally named the Sam S. Shubert Theater, it was one of four memorial theaters erected by entertainment-industry leaders Lee and J. J. Shubert after the death of their brother Sam. In 1933, it became a movie house screening foreign films and was thus [more]

Target Center

600 First Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

612.673.1600

Target Center Target Center’s original owners, Marv Wolfenson and Harvey Ratner, owned and operated the venue and the Minnesota Timberwolves for the first 5 years. In March of 1995, Harv and Marv sold the arena to the City of Minneapolis and Ogden Entertainment was brought on board to manage the facility. Ogden Entertainment managed the [more]