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The Varsity Theater

1308 4th St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414 | University | 612-604-0222

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This resurrected former theater is one of the best places to catch a concert in Dinkytown, whether it's a big-name touring act or some local heroes that've graduated past bar-band status. The Varsity boasts a spacious floor and an elevated seating area providing multi-level sightlines (and couches!), a high-grade sound system, vibrant lighting and the kind of art-deco decor that lends a certain swanky elegance to whatever pop debauchery might be unfurling on its wide, easily-viewable stage.


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