Upcoming Concerts in the Twin Cities Under $35

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by | Mar 29, 2018

With Bon Jovi, Shania Twain, Harry Styles, Charlie Puth, Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars coming to the Xcel Energy Center this year and Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift and Jay-Z and Beyonce (iconic, right?) coming to U.S. Bank Stadium, it's pretty safe to say we’re not lacking in the concert department here in the Twin Cities. But what about the smaller venues and the up-and-coming artists? If you’re anything like me, my music/concert funds only allow me to spend breath-taking amounts of money on tickets maybe once a year. But the good news is that with our thriving music scene here in the Twin Cities, plenty of talented musicians come this way for more intimate concerts at venues such as First Avenue and 7th St. Entry, Varsity Theater, Cedar Cultural Center and Palace Theater—and the tickets to see them up close won’t cost you half your paycheck. Here are just 14 concerts (out of many) coming up in the next two months that you won’t want to miss.

Courtney Marie Andrews (with Molly Parden)

WHERE: 7th St. Entry
WHEN: April 2
COST: $12
SONGS: “Kindness of Strangers” by Courtney Marie Andrews, “Who Did You Leave for Me?” by Molly Parden

Phillip Phillips (with The Ballroom Thieves)

WHERE: First Avenue
WHEN: April 3
COST: $25
SONGS: “Gone, Gone, Gone” and “Miles” by Phillip Phillips, “Can’t Cheat Death” by The Ballroom Thieves

Robert Earl Keen

WHRE: Varsity Theater
WHEN: April 12
COST: $35
SONGS: “Feelin’ Good Again” and “Corpus Christi Bay”

Echosmith (with The Score and Jena Rose)

WHERE: First Avenue
WHEN: April 13
COST: $24
SONGS: “Over My Head” by Echosmith, “Legend” by The Score and “Reasons” by Jena Rose

Margo Price (with Blackfoot Gypsies)

WHERE: First Avenue
WHEN: April 15
COST: $30
SONGS: “Hurtin’ (On the Bottle)” and “A Little Pain” by Margo Price and “Coming Through the Pines” by Blackfoot Gypsies

Current Swell (with Trevor Devine and The Immaculate Beings)

WHERE: 7th St. Entry
WHEN: April 16
COST: $10
SONGS: “Young and Able” and “When to Talk and When to Listen” by Current Swell, “Teach Me How to Love Again” by Trevor Devine and The Immaculate Beings

Robbie Fulks (with Buffalo Gospel)

WHERE: Cedar Cultural Center
WHEN: April 20
COST: $20
SONGS: “Long I Ride” and “Alabama At Night” by Robbie Fulks and “Hard Labor Side of Gettin On” by Buffalo Gospel

Lord Huron

WHERE: Palace Theater
WHEN: April 22
COST: $33.50
SONGS: “Wait by the River” and “The Night We Met”

FRENSHIP (with Yoke Lore)

WHERE: 7th St. Entry
WHEN: April 27
COST: $15
SONGS: “Capsize” and “LOVE Somebody” by FRENSHIP and “Fake You” and “Goodpain” by Yoke Lore

Mary Bridget Davies and Mia Dyson

WHERE: Cedar Cultural Center
WHEN: April 28, 2018
COST: $22
SONGS: “Take It to the Limit” by Mary Bridget Davies and “Fool” by Mia Dyson

George Ezra (with Noah Kahan)

WHERE: First Avenue
WHEN: April 30
COST: $35
SONGS: “Paradise” and “Hold My Girl” by George Ezra and “Hurt Somebody (with Julia Michaels)” by Noah Kahan

Sofi Tukker

WHERE: Fine Line Music Café
WHEN: May 4
COST: $16
SONGS: “Best Friend” and “Baby I’m A Queen”

Randy Houser

WHERE: Varsity Theater
WHEN: May 12
COST: $35
SONGS: “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” and “How Country Feels”

Marian Hill (with Michl)

WHERE: Palace Theater
WHEN: May 16
COST: $31.50
SONGS: “Down” and “Differently” by Marian Hill and “Die Trying” and “Better With You” by Michl

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