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  • NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 30: (Exclusive Coverage) Nicki Minaj performs onstage during her Pink Friday 2 World Tour at Madison Square Garden on March 30, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Live Nation)
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    Real Time Nicki Minaj Minneapolis Concert Review

    On Saturday, April 27, Music in Minnesota had the pleasure to witness the Nicki Minaj tour stop at the Target Center in Minneapolis. James Perovich shared his real time notes below. -Ed. 8:05 – Entering the stadium awash in pink. Skirts. Shirts. Boots. Jackets. Underwear. I also saw several American flags which I found peculiar […] More

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    The Last Dinner Party Serves up a First Avenue Feast

    Playing their first Minnesota concert, The Last Dinner Party cooked up a passionate performance to an eager all-ages crowd in the First Avenue Mainroom this week, all while delivering a taste of things to come. The buzzworthy band only played for a little under an hour; unsurprising given their catalog of roughly that duration. Yet […] More

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    Ricky Martin, Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias Turn Xcel Into Nightclub for Trilogy Tour.

    The Trilogy Tour hit Saint Paul, Minnesota, and delivered three times: the shaking bon bons, hotel room service, and bailar to a nightclub-like Xcel Energy Center. The tour features Latin music superstars Ricky Martin, Pitbull, and Enrique Iglesias performing sets for just under an hour each in the given order. And they all delivered their […] More

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    Review: Big Head Todd and the Monsters

    Colorado music heroes Big Head Todd and the Monsters (BHTM) once again sold out Saint Paul’s Palace Theater on a bitter winter night. The negative temperatures were quickly forgotten as vocalist/guitarist Todd Park Mohr launched into the first chords of the evening. Bassist Rob Squires and drummer Brian Nevin held down the rhythm section as […] More

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    Something to Sing About: Pentatonix Fills Xcel Energy Center with Holiday Cheer

    Playing their best-selling show ever right here in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Pentatonix kicked off the local holiday concert season with their “Most Wonderful Tour of the Year.” The capacity crowd spanned a wide range of ages, some dressed in holiday attire, and all delighted to witness the vocal group’s dynamic talents in an enchanting holiday […] More

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    Bloodline Opens up Their Home in Anticipation of Album Celebration

    This past August the trio of Eliza, Lukaz, and Julia Wheaton released their sophomore album Moments. The siblings front the apropos-named band Bloodline. Moments provides fans with another level of development and artistic intention with a new collection of songs. That advancement is heard in the authenticity and emotional depth that each moment brings in […] More

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    Styx Still Rockin’ At Mystic Lake Casino

    Styx brought their Still Rockin’ Tour to Mystic Lake Saturday Night, and rockin’ is what they did for nearly two hours for the sold-out show. Styx brought a diverse medley of music that included a few minor songs, several hit songs, a banjo, and a hit song from 1983 that the band hardly ever played […] More

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    Matt & Kim: Ruckus Bringers, Live at First Avenue

    Matt & Kim brought the ruckus to all the mothers…and others in attendance at First Ave last night. The duo’s high-octane performance featured a lot of fun and debauchery. Minnesota crowds aren’t always down with a lot of crowd participation. It always feels like there’s resistance to physical expression, and it can take a bit […] More

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    Holding Out for a Nero: Queens of the Stone Age Triumphant in Return to Minneapolis

    Playing Minneapolis for the first time in nearly six years, Queens of the Stone Age rocked a capacity crowd at The Armory for their The End is Nero tour, with openers that perfectly complemented their personality and energy. Josh Homme and company started on the offensive immediately, opening with “No One Knows.” The first half […] More

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