The tour kicks off New Year's Eve in Chicago and will likely include a show at the new Fillmore club in Minneapolis.
The two late Rock Hall of Famers will appear as holograms accompanied by a live band and backup singers.
The Twin Cities TV reporter now has 19 national Murrow awards.
"Girl From the North Country," which uses Bob Dylan songs to tell a story set in Duluth in the 1930s, has announced a 2020 Broadway opening.
The 80-year-old musician came out of retirement to sing and tell jokes alongside a host of Twin Cities performers.
The two tour follows Ann and Nancy Wilson's return from a three-year split.
A new show of massive portraits along Hennepin Av. will greet visitors arriving for the Americans for the Arts annual convention.
The nonprofit group has raised more than $3 million for renovation of an old auto dealership on University Av.
Atmosphere, Doomtree, Cloud Cult, Low and Jeremy Messersmith will play the Wild Waters Music Fest at Bayfront Festival Park.
His shelved 1987 release, 'The Black Album,' shows up multiple times, including the top spot.
The Anaïs Mitchell folk opera took eight Tonys, including for best musical, best director and best featured actor.
Jaedyn James & the Hunger will kick off the newly rebranded downtown series, which goes through Aug. 29.
"All is Calm" picked up a Drama Desk Award. So did Guthrie-trained actor Santino Fontana.
Suburbs bandleader Chan Poling has to undergo oral surgery this week but hopes to be back for shows later in the season.
The 80-year-old celebrity journalist knows how to weave a yarn about stars, but his singing wouldn't earn rave reviews.
Justin Vernon has not issued songs by his best-known band since 2016.
The New Orleans-flavored downstairs night spot will present music through June, including during the annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival.
The rock legend dedicated a song to him in Philadelphia on Thursday and sent along a tribute to the Star Tribune.
Dozens of Minnesotans flew to Havana this month for the Cuban American Youth Orchestra's first performances.
Theater Latté Da's "Next Festival" will give audiences sneak peeks at three in-development shows, including a musical "Twelve Angry Men."