state fair music reviews
Review: State Fair show celebrated MTV's heyday.
The pop/soul trio brought the memories at the Bandshell despite a steady drizzle.
The Beach Boys and Righteous Brothers were like reconditioned classic cars at the grandstand show.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band impressed with its musicality, energy and showmanship in front of 10,000 at the grandstand.
More than 15,000 fans turned out for this year's biggest State Fair concert.
REVIEW: After a 5-year hiatus, the country duo thrills 12,418 fans at fair.
REVIEW: Ex-boy band star still wows women with his acoustic songs.
The Current’s Music On-A-Stick with Trampled by Turtles Minnesota’s bluegrassy sextet Trampled by Turtles will lead 89.3 the Current’s annual Music on-a-Stick showcase after two…
Hairball Hairball is a costumed heavy-metal covers band you can catch at rural casinos and county fairs on most other weekends. The booking speaks to…
The new country star raised the temperature and spirits of the 13,140 fans as soon as he hit the stage with "Leave the Night On."
REVIEW: Playing without a band, he got a little help from his pal, rapper Lil Jon.
REVIEW: When PTX did covers, things got exciting at the sold-out grandstand.
REVIEW: He and Carlene Carter sparkled together.
The country star and rockers 3 Doors Down each avoided politics at the grandstand.
The Fleetwood Mac vet mostly stuck to solo material again.
Like dudes at the midway arcade games yelling out challenges to passersby, both opening act Daughtry and Nickelback made it seem like their biggest job of the night was to sell loads and loads of alcohol.
She showed love for Prince and a host of local musicians.
The deeply Southern harmonizers hit the grandstand for the 19th time, more than any other performers in Minnesota State Fair history.
Review: Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato didn't deliver like they used to.
Fresh off MTV's VMAs, the Bay Area rapper was the first hip-hop show in three years at the grandstand.