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  • 10 Thousand Sounds Music Festival

    41 N 10th Street Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • 3rd St. & 7th Ave. N

    299 7th Ave. N Minneapolis, MN 55401

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  • 7th St. Entry

    7th St. Entry

    701 1st Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55403-1327
    612-338-8388

    http://www.first-avenue.com Call it First Avenue's auxiliary wing if you want, but this small-capacity offshoot of the venerable club is every bit as integral to the venue's identity as the mainroom. Since the early '80s, the Entry has been an ideal venue for local showcases and indie-friendly touring bands, and the room's size -- cozy without being crowded -- guarantees that you'll always have good sightlines to the stage. More >>

  • 8th Street Grill

    8th Street Grill

    800 Marquette Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-349-5717

    http://www.8thstreetgrill.com In this skyway-strewn downtown, some of the best after-work hangouts still sit at street level, and the 8th Street Grill is one of them. The subdued decor and emphasis on homestyle cooking make it a subtler alternative to the garish whimsy of your typical chain restaurant, though the real reasons people go to those places -- namely a broad selection of appetizers and burgers, along with a massive tap beer list -- are still present. The 8th Street Grill also makes the most of its location sheltered beneath a parking garage: the entrance ramp doubles as the roof of an all-weather patio, complete with heat lamps. More >>

  • Acadia Cafe

    Acadia Cafe

    329 S. Cedar Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-874-8702

    http://www.acadiacafe.com Ever since they moved into their current location at Cedar & Riverside on Minneapolis' West Bank, the Acadia has made itself a welcome presence in a neighborhood with no shortage of great bars. Part of that owes to the club's bountiful beer selection, with more than two dozen tap brews and more than 40 bottle beers to choose from. Less-thirsty patrons, meanwhile, congregate there for their frequent no-cover shows, which run the gamut from rock to folk to experimental music. More >>

  • Bunker

    Bunker's Music Bar & Grill

    761 Washington Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-338-8188

    http://www.bunkersmusic.com The Warehouse District might have changed a bit in the last decade or so, but Bunker's has maintained its longtime Washington Avenue space as one of the strongest neighborhood music bars and restaurants in town. Legends tell of the occasional impromptu Prince drop-in jam session appearance, though longtime resident bands like the International Reggae All-Stars and funky R&B specialists Dr. Mambo's Combo are top-notch draws in themselves. More >>

  • The Cedar Cultural Center

    The Cedar Cultural Center

    416 Cedar Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-338-2674

    http://www.thecedar.org While they've hosted plenty of touring and local rock and jazz bands, this West Bank institution is the place to go if you want to see the cream of world music. This converted movie theater, featuring both seated and standing viewing, has hosted everything from Tuvan throat singing to Scandinavian folk to African hip hop and beyond, making it one of the most globally illuminating venues in the Midwest. More >>

  • Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant

    Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant

    1010 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-332-1010

    http://www.dakotacooks.com The standard line on the Dakota is that it has the best food of any jazz club in the country. That's got to be true, but doesn't really cover it. When there is no music playing at all, the Dakota is a very classy lunch or dinner spot. At lunch in the dining room you'll find the best salads in downtown, along with unexpected sandwiches. During dinner, the spacious, contemporary dining room's well-spaced tables are graced with a rotating list of all-American originals. When there is live music, in the two-level bar and concert area, the Dakota offers all kinds of edible treats to enhance your jazz-going experience--or quiet your teenager into appreciating the beauty before him: fun, forthright desserts, skinny fries, and killer burgers. More >>

  • Downtown Mpls.

    806 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-372-3700

  • Eagles Club #34

    Eagles Club #34

    2507 E. 25th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-729-4469

    http://www.minneapoliseagles34.org Visualize a nice-sized ballroom, a smaller event and meeting space, a game room, and a full bar, all separated by your typical accordion-style wood doors. Imagine a stuffed eagle, pull tabs machine, 151-infused cherries at three for a buck, bands, bingo, karaoke, square dancing, a long bar lit by Tiffany-style lamps... and a notice board posting the most recent deaths, sicknesses and nursing home stays of members. Ponder a world without fraternal organizations (and the awesome bars they maintain) if the younger generation doesn't join up. Consider all this, and the next time you're in Seward visit Eagles Club #34 to enjoy affordable drinks, a full menu, and entertainment ranging from cover bands to karaoke. More >>

  • Fine Line Music Cafe

    Fine Line Music Cafe

    318 1st Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-338-8100

    http://www.finelinemusic.com Since 1987, this downtown Minneapolis destination has filled a role in making sure that First Avenue isn't the only music hotspot in the neighborhood. After surviving a 2003 fire, the club came back with upgraded audiovisuals and a new stage, and they've reliably continued to maintain a calendar filled with a broad range of international touring acts and local up-and-comers. More >>

  • First Avenue

    First Avenue

    701 1st Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-338-8388

    http://www.first-avenue.com The club known worldwide thanks to 'Purple Rain' is a national treasure to Twin Cities music fans, who can catch anyone from local favorites to internationally-touring veterans at this former bus depot. A spacious dance floor and a balcony with great sightlines make even the most packed shows worthwhile experiences. More >>

  • Gluek

    Gluek's Restaurant & Bar

    16 N. 6th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-338-6621

    http://www.glueks.com While it's a popular downtown hotspot for young patrons and post-game revelers, there's a bit of an old-school feel to Gluek's -- which makes sense, since their namesake brewery was one of the oldest in the state. While the brewery is long gone, the bar remains, and its unique atmosphere and offerings -- including a couple fine in-house beers and a weekly live band karaoke night -- sets it apart in a crowded entertainment district. More >>

  • Hennepin Theatre Trust

    800 Lasalle Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-373-5600

    http://www.hennepintheatretrust.org

  • Home of Madolyn Babcock

    1801 Girard Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • Lee

    Lee's Liquor Lounge

    101 Glenwood Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-338-9491

    http://www.leesliquorlounge.com This wood-paneled honky tonk bar has seen a bit of renovation and redecoration since Target Field sprung up a stone's throw away. But make no mistake: Lee's Liquor Lounge is still the same home to working-class country, roots and rock music it's been for years, and it's a great place to catch a show and tip back a beer or two without blowing your budget. More >>

  • The Loft

    The Loft

    711 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-333-6100

    http://www.skywaytheatre.com Like the larger music room downstairs, the upper level of the Skyway Theatre hosts frequent DJ and live music nights, especially focusing on cutting-edge electronic dance artists in genres ranging from techno to dubstep. More >>

  • Martini

    Martini's

    1313 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-332-6000

    In its place at the front of the Nicollet Mall Milennium Hotel, Martini's makes no attempt to tuck itself out of the way -- just turn your head to the left after entering the revolving doors, and there it is. This play at visible accessibility makes Martini's one of the more up-front and inviting hotel lobby bars in the downtown area, and its namesake drinks make it one of the classiest. More >>

  • Memory Lanes

    Memory Lanes

    2520 26th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-721-6211

    http://www.memorylanesmpls.com Bowling and rock music collide here on a regular basis. The stage is set up across four of the 30 lanes on weekend nights so you can go for that elusive 300 game while rocking out to cover bands, local bands and a smattering of touring bands from nearby states. In front is The Flashback Cafe with a menu featuring burger and fries-type fare. More >>

  • Mill City Nights

    Mill City Nights

    111 N. 5th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-333-3422

    http://www.millcitynights.com

  • Minnesota Opera Center

    620 1st St. N. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-333-2700

    http://www.mnopera.org Concert series and all inclusive informational classes on the operas being performed. Tours of sets and costumes available two to three weeks before performances. Call for reservations. More >>

  • Minnesota Orchestra

    Minnesota Orchestra

    1111 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-371-5656

    http://www.mnorch.org Orchestra Hall has long been one of downtown Minneapolis' landmark performance venues, hosting everything from the Minnesota Orchestra's seasonal offerings of classical music to a wide-spanning itinerary of pop and jazz. Recent renovations have updated its exterior to a new, more timeless modernist style, while still preserving the exquisite acoustics of its renowned auditorium space. More >>

  • Music Box Theatre

    Music Box Theatre

    1407 Nicollet Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-871-1414

    http://www.musicboxtheatre.org

  • Nomad World Pub

    Nomad World Pub

    501 Cedar Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-338-6424

    http://www.nomadpub.com There's sports bars, and then there's the Nomad: the West Bank watering hole -- home to an immense selection of tap beers from around the world -- has proven to be a Minnesotan soccer fan's best friend by becoming one of the best places to catch footie tournaments on TV. They also boast a great patio, an enclosed lawn tailor-made for bocce, and a stage that features regular visits from up-and-coming local bands. More >>

  • Orchestra Hall

    Orchestra Hall

    1111 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-371-5656

    http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org Orchestra Hall has long been one of downtown Minneapolis' landmark performance venues, hosting everything from the Minnesota Orchestra's seasonal offerings of classical music to a wide-spanning itinerary of pop and jazz. Recent renovations have updated its exterior to a new, more timeless modernist style, while still preserving the exquisite acoustics of its renowned auditorium space. More >>

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