Emmylou Harris, Gary Clark Jr. and T-Bone Burnett were among the stars to sign the Telecaster for local fan Mike Lancial.
Like Garth Brooks did in June, the country superstar will record a concert to be screened at drive-ins in Elko New Market, Minn. and New Richmond, Wis.
Registration deadline for arts entries is July 27.
Community members called a painting of a cop hugging a Black man "offensive" and "triggering" following the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.
The Guthrie Theater, closed since March, plans an online evening of words and songs.
The orchestra announced Tuesday two dozen chamber performances on Peavey Plaza during August.
From Bob Dylan and KQRS to St. Paul Winter Carnival, the Southern rocker had deep Gopher State connections.
Shuttered because of COVID-19, the Minneapolis revival house announces movies through September and safety precautions.
After years of cease-and-desist orders from the Purple One, his estate reached an agreement for use of 15-second snippets on the influential TikTok app.
Arguably his best album will be celebrated with 63 previously unreleased tracks and a legendary Paisley Park concert.
Although some previously-announced plays are on the books, Theatre Pro Rata may be first to announce a season during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Masks will be required but you can buy Purple branded ones at the door with credit cards.
The museum expects a 26% drop in revenue as its prepares to reopen on July 16.
Musicians agreed to a 20 percent pay cut.
Former University of Minnesota Provost Karen Hanson steps up as acting director.
It started slowly last weekend but the next two weeks will bring the reopening of many movie theaters.
On June 27, the country megastar will appear on the drive-in screens in Elko New Market, Minn., and New Richmond, Wis. Tickets cost $100 per vehicle.
Refunds are now available for 30 days, after the country star had held out hope some of his 2020 dates might still happen.
"Love Tingz" is a collaboration between "The Voice" alumna and producer Ben Obi.
Ahead of his "Rough and Rowdy Ways" album being released this week, the Minnesota bard talked to the New York Times about mortality, George Floyd and his favorite Eagles songs.