Where is the best venue to see local bands?
7th Street Entry (the smaller counterpart of iconic First Avenue) is the place to see local bands shred, or groove, or rage… or whatever it is the kids are doing these days. See groups perform on the same stage as nationally touring groups. 7th Street Entry is known for its intimate feel—it’s sort of like seeing your friend’s band perform in his parents’ basement, but the sound quality is immensely better.
Outdoor concert locations in the Twin Cities on August 11 include: Lake Harriet Band Shell: 4135 W Lake Harriet Parkway, Minneapolis, MN, 7:30 p.m. Minnehaha Park: 4801 S Minnehaha Drive, Minneapolis, 7 p.m. TRANSLATE OUR SITES Minnesota Monthly...
The Twin Cities is known for its love of the arts. Here are some places offering adult music lessons, camps and seminars in the spring and summer: