With tickets going on sale this week, the country superstar is bringing an all-female lineup to Xcel Energy Center on Oct. 19 featuring Elle King, Ashley McBryde and Pistol Annies.
The preteen star will entertain a college crowd April 26 along with rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Jay Rock and singer Ella Vos.
The book the Minnesota icon announced a month before his death will arrive with handwritten lyrics, personal photos and his handwritten treatment for the movie "Purple Rain."
The Minneapolis-generated hip-hop buzz queen performed "Juice" on late-night TV just as her LP hit streaming platforms.
Comedian Tim Heidecker brought his usual cast of characters to the opening of a new 'Cinema' tour.
Highlights include Martha Graham Dance Company and two works by ballet innovator George Balanchine.
Kaywin Feldman has received a tremendous amount of press for becoming the first-ever female director of the National Gallery in Washington.
The multifaceted art space is looking for a larger venue with more amenities, preferably nearby.
Due this summer, the all-star "Jam and Lewis: Volume One" could feature new tracks by Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige and others.
Tickets for the 22 concerts will go on sale April 20.
On a snowy April night, the veteran Canadian band closed a triumphant concert with '[Bleep], I Hate the Cold.'
Paint samples appear to support the claim by St. Olaf College. Now Munch scholars must weigh in.
It's not the first time the WCCO anchor has appeared on the national talk show.
Jeremy Messersmith will also play the June 30 event, hosted by Beth El Synagogue and Benilde-St. Margaret's.
The organization will roughly clone its current building with a new four-story structure.
All three of the newly announced concerts go on sale Friday and are priced $40 and under.
The country music legend hasn't played an arena show in town since his Highwaymen tours.
The "Love Song" hitmaker and "Waitress" star promoted her first all-original pop album in six years on "SNL" this past weekend.
The three-year-old club will shut down at the end of April.
He's scheduled to perform six shows in four nights at the 1,000-capacity Dinkytown venue.