Music & Dance

Music in Minnehaha Regional Park
Minnehaha Regional Park
4801 S. Minnehaha Dr.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board summer concert season fills the air daily with music at six concert venues running through Labor Day. All shows are from 7 to 8 p.m. To see the complete listing of shows go to
July 19: Capri Big Band (23 piece big band jazz)
July 20: Luke Warm & the Cool Hands (folk rock bluegrass fun stringband)
July 21: Not Quite Dead (Grateful Dead tribute band)
July 26: Hubcap (funk, jazz, jazz-fusion and Latin)
July 27: Yo Jimbo (jazz, classic improvisational jazz)
July 28: Mary Blue (hauntingly poetic indie rock)
Aug. 2: Twin Cities Mobile Jazz Project
Aug. 3: The Thirsty River (local bluegrass/Americana group)
Aug. 4: Grateful Red (horn band playing popular hits)

University Baptist Church
1219 University Ave. S.E., Mpls 55414

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre
1500 E. Lake St.

The Hook & Ladder Theater & Lounge
3010 Minnehaha Ave.

Cedar Cultural Center
416 Cedar Ave. S.

The Cowles Center for Dance and Performing Arts
528 Hennepin Ave.

Harriet Brewing
3036 Minnehaha Ave.

Macalester College, Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center
130 Macalester St., St. Paul

One Voice Mixed Chorus: Minnesota’s LGBTA Chorus
Ordway Concert Hall
345 Washington St., St. Paul 55102

345 Washington St., St. Paul, MN 55102

Pepito’s Poco Loco Lounge
4820 Chicago Ave. S.
The Poco Loco Lounge now holds karaoke singing Monday and Wednesday nights from 7 to 11 p.m. with Mondays designated as family night. There’s also karaoke on Friday nights from 9 p.m. to closing.

Phoenix Theater
2605 Hennepin Ave., Mpls. 55408

Plymouth Congregational Church
1900 Nicollet Ave. (at Franklin)
Plymouth’s summer concert series was started nine years ago by its organist and choirmaster, Philip Brunelle, as a gift to the community. The concerts are free and the variety is delightful.
On July 18, the intrepid quartet of Maria Jette, Lisa Drew, Vern Sutton and James Bohn with together with accompanist Sonja Thompson offer a program of music from Richard Rodgers with Moss Hart and Oscar Hammerstein.
On July 25, the Twin Cities Bronze Handbell Ensemble, distinctive for performing without a conductor, presents its energetic and visually appealing style.

Tapestry Folkdance Center
3748 Minnehaha Ave.

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