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    Glass Animals Brings A Heat Wave to Sold-Out Minneapolis Concert at the Armory

    Known for years for success among music critics, indie-pop fans, and college music scenes, Glass Animals have surged to major popularity over the song “Heat Waves” on TikTok and Spotify. The band may not immediately strike a chord, but people immediately know who you are excited about when you mention “Heat Waves”. The line “Sometimes […] More

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    Mayday Parade: Ten Year Anniversary Tour

    This week, a Friday night in Minneapolis means a sold out show at the Varsity Theatre. This time around, fans pack the room in support of the ten year anniversary of Mayday Parade’s self titled album. I walk into the venue and hear Neck Deep’s “Don’t Wait” playing, followed immediately by Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff.” […] More

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    Wet Leg Rip Through Debut Performance at First Avenue

    Back in March 2020, just when the COVID-19 pandemic was beginning to ravage the globe and force us into lockdown, many people had all these grandiose ideas about how we could really benefit from a few weeks indoors. Well, with all this newfound free time, we could certainly learn a new language, finish a few […] More

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    The War On Drugs Spend Two Nights at Palace Theater

    The War on Drugs performed a two-night run at the Palace Theater in St. Paul. Supporting their critically acclaimed album I Don’t Live Here Anymore, the Grammy Award winning rock band performed for nearly three hours straight. Wearing their influences like a badge of honor, their sound felt heavily inspired by the likes of Bruce […] More

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    Landon Conrath & Crew Welcomed Back to the Entry

    Rising Minneapolis singer-songwriter and produce Landon Conrath energized a packed 7th Street Entry Thursday night. It was only his second time headlining at the Entry as a solo artist, but Landon’s young, Andrew McMahon-esque charisma and gracious charm on stage would indicate otherwise. Friends of friends of bandmates and swarms of twenty-somethings filled the space with a […] More

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    12 Best Breweries in Minneapolis

    Beer lovers around the world are always trying to explore new breweries and taste different beers. People love to go to breweries because of the great tasting beer, the possibility of great music, and the fun environment. If you are a fan of beer and live in Minneapolis / St Paul, then you will enjoy […] More

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    Maggie Rose: Take A Seat Tour Stops At The Entry

    Made it to the 7th Street Entry a little early, got a beverage of my choosing (Ginger Beer), and just like Maggie Rose, I took a seat, waiting for her show at this small, quaint, and cozy venue. I was surprised when we got a local artist to start the night. The original ticket said […] More

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    Josh Turner Brings The Hits And Holiday To Mystic Lake

    Josh Turner came to Mystic Lake bringing his family and his first-ever Christmas Album King Sized Manger. The night was basically stripped into two halves as the first portion of the night belonged to Josh and that deep baritone voice that helped make him famous and the ladies swoon over him. The half of the […] More

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