The U of M is getting back into concert hall game in about six months. The historic, 85-year-old Northrop Auditorium is set to complete renovations by April of 2014, and wrap up a three-year project that cost nearly $90 million.Much like the proposed return of the Palace Theatre in St. Paul, this ad ... More >>
It's been a longstanding goal of the vibrant Twin Cities music scene to connect with the many distinguished area colleges and their students. And the local artists' musical ties to the University of Minnesota is clearly a strong one, as the U of M is about to kickoff their 58th Annual Summer Mus ... More >>
The University of Minnesota has made a tradition out of inviting local bands to perform on the Northrop Plaza each summer, but this year they are upping the ante by bringing on Minneapolis musician Grant Cutler (ex-Lookbook, Grant Cutler & the Gorgeous Lords) to help a team of students curate ... More >>
The free outdoor concert series that takes place during the lunch hour outside of the Northrop Auditorium may not continue into next year, the Minnesota Daily is reporting. According to the Daily, the budget that supports the concert series will take a 25 percent cut for next year's season, and t ... More >>
Chelsea Handler / Alexa Jones for City Pages Every weekend we dispatch a handful of our favorite photographers to events around town to make sure we (and you!) don't miss anything - we're kind of obsessive like that. Dressing Room readers might be interested in two of them this weekend: Chelsea H ... More >>
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