Location: 917 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis When: Saturday, March 28th @ 9PM
Toki Wright will be holding his B-Day celebration at the Cabooze tonight. The lineup for this one is stacked with performances from Toki & Big Cats, New Sound Underground, Audiyo Element, Freez, and Tory Envy, while DJ Keezy & DJ Willie Shu provide the sounds. The event is 18+ and advance tickets are only $10 ($15 @ Door), a steal for anyone looking to indulge in the local scene. Tickets are available now, click the link below to grab yours now.
Where: MN History Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. When: Saturday, March 28th, 2015 | Event time is 7-10pm.
The second annual of the Northern Lights Rare Beer Fest is tonight. Those who are beer connoisseurs and looking for some rare once in a lifetime opportunities to try beer, this is the event for you. While the ticket entry is quite pricy ($100), over thirty breweries will be featured with unlimited samples. After looking at last years program guide, it is quite obvious why they made this event such a high price. With a select list of the top breweries from the nation, they are featuring some of the most highly sought after vintage brews, as well as brews made specifically for those attending.
Location: 701 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Saturday, April 11th @ 10PM
Bobby Raps and crew will once again take over First Ave’s Record Room for DEQUEXATRON. The rap dance party is among one of the cities’ best dance parties and it continues to get better each night. These are 18+ and tickets are only $5, click the link below to grab yours, you wont want to miss it.
Location: 701 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Friday, April 3rd @ 7PM
It’s amazing to think that First Avenue is almost 45 years old. They’ll be celebrating the big day with performances from Har Mar Superstar, Sonny Knight & The Lakers and a few secret special guests. The event is 18+ and tickets are currently available for only $15, not bad for a guaranteed good time. The list of possible special guests is pretty long, so you can definitely expect a few surprises throughout the night. Click the link below to grab your tickets before they sell out.
Memory Lanes recently unveiled the lineup for their upcoming 2 day block party. Last year’s event was headlined by GRRRL PRTY, but this year’s bash will feature Tickle Torture. Among the many others performing, Suzie, Fort Wilson Riot, Southside Desire, Black Audience, DJ Shannon Blowtorch, Rupert Angeleyes, and Pavielle will all be taking the stage. Last year’s block party was a great time, for those looking to fill out their weekend pre-Soundset this is definitely worth attending. The event is all ages and entrance is only $5, click the link for set times and more info via Memory Lanes’ official website.
West Coast (AZ/WA) rappers Futuristic & Sam Lachow will be stopping in Minneapolis next Thursday on their “Watch Yo Mouth” tour. Known for their track by the same name, the two rappers have been drawing a lot of attention as of late. The event will feature performances from Minneapolis’ own Devon Reason, J. Plaza and Solo; a solid group of artists who wont disappoint. This one’s all ages and tickets are currently available for $12, click the link below to grab yours now.
1 week ahead of it’s official debut, Jaguar has decided to give a sneak peak of their 2016 XF model. The British company has added a longer wheel base, claiming that this version will lead it’s class in rear seat space. The XF will come equipped with a 3.0 liter supercharged V6 allowing the vehicle to pump out 380 horsepower. Not bad, Jaguar continues to clean up it’s image, check out the pics above.
The good guys at Cal-Surf will be providing free grip-tape every Friday for the foreseeable future. Cons/Mob or Mini Logo grip-tape will be included with the purchase of any deck, get over to Uptown and get some fresh grips to finish the year right.
Location: 3258 N Sheffield Avenue, Chicago Hours: Mon-Fri: 11AM-2AM, Sat: 11AM-3AM, Sun: 11AM-Midnight
The bar scene in Chicago’s Wrigleyville neighborhood is known for being rowdy, a little pretentious, and at times, feeling like the bro capital of the world. Most of the bars on the Clark Street strip will be packed to capacity on Friday and Saturday nights and if there’s a game, you can count on 2-3 times the crowd on the streets. Sheffield’s is like an oasis. In the midst of so much drunken debauchery, lies a cool, laid back bar with great food and an even better beer menu. They have what feels like 4 separate bars, each of which is fitted with multiple big screen TVs; and a huge outdoor area with it’s own bar. This place can get pretty wild from time to time, but the bros and yuppies tend to stay away; leaving an atmosphere filled with peace and girls that aren’t being harassed at every turn.
Although the first installment of the All City series may have been more expansive, All City Vol. 2 takes a larger look at Minneapolis & Chicago’s hip hop scenes, while still incorporating a few other national artists. 2014 has been a great year for music in both Chicago & Minneapolis, with a lot of creativity brewing in the Mid-West. All City Vol. 2 takes some of our favorites from Chicago, Minneapolis and other cities across the nation. Check out the compilation below and keep an eye out for the All City feature.