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3090 Southlawn Dr. Maplewood, MN 55109 | Maplewood | 651-779-6984

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The Myth Nightclub is located north of downtown St. Paul in a spacious, modern facility. It has hosted some of the biggest acts in music, including Prince, the Flaming Lips, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, and Motley Crüe, to name a few. The club has multiple levels to watch performances from, a top-notch sound system, luxury lounges, and a rooftop patio, as well as a wide array of private VIP rooms upstairs that provide unimpeded views of the large stage. The Myth features 36,000 square feet of production space, with a capacity of 3200. The club can be rented out for special events and transformed to suit any corporate needs or private functions. In addition to live music, the Myth has also hosted MMA and boxing matches, fashion shows, and various launch parties, all in the comfortable confines of their first-class facility. The Myth, located next to the Maplewood Mall, provides plenty of free parking when the venue's vast complimentary parking lot is filled.


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