Location: 701 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Monday, September 18th @ 7PM
Andrew W.K. usually makes a pair of stops in the Twin Cities every year. This time he will bring his full band to First Avenue’s main room along with local rocker Mark Mallman. Andrew W.K. is known for his frenzied and animated live shows, his full live band should only heighten the experience. This show is 18+ and tickets are still available for only $20, click the link below to buy yours now.
Location: 17th Avenue S Between 32nd St.-34th St. When: Saturday, September 23rd // 3:30PM-10PM
The Powderhorn Porchfest will be back this weekend for it’s 6th year in the neighborhood. For those unfamiliar the festival features porches of actual homes as each respective stage. The event also features child friendly games, as well as vendors selling crafts and food. This festival is FREE and kid friendly, so come ready to have a good time, but also think about the little ones! Below we’ve posted the link to the official Facebook page along with the lineup and set times.
Location: 20 E Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis When: Thursday, September 21st @ 9PM
Pledge Empire Records’ Prince Carlton continues his series of artist themed dance parties with “Nas Day.” Northeast’s, Honey, will play host to the event which is billed strictly as a dance party, meaning that there wont be any live performances. These have drawn some major crowds and word around town is that there will be a special Nas cake revealed at some point in the night. This show is 21+ and tickets are currently available for $10, click the link below to buy yours now.
Location: 6 W 6th Street, St. Paul When: Thursday, September 21st @ 8PM
St. Paul’s own Corbin (F.K.A Spooky Black) will make his hometown tour stop next Thursday. It’s hard to believe that the kid has experienced so much success and is still only 19, his latest project, Mourn, further establishes him as one of the best in his class. L.A producers and Wedidit members, Shlohmo and D33J; will accompany Corbin rounding out what should be an awesome show. This show is 18+ and tickets are still available for only $20, click the link below to buy yours now before they sell out.
The homie DJ Low will be back at the Viking Bar this Friday for the “Late Pass” dance party. Prime for all of our friends at The U & Augsburg, this event will feature sets from Tufawon, Dave Kellner, and TheCadillacofTokyo; while DJ Low holds down the 1s & 2s. This one is 21+ and the door is only $3 with a college I.D. ($3 before 11pm), after 11pm the door goes up to $5, so get there early to enjoy some of the best drink specials in town.
The SPVCE crew has been on the move as of late notably taking over PYRMD & Icehouse on any given night of the week. Rapper, artist, producer, and supreme cheefer, RP Hooks; will be holding his birthday celebration at Icehouse with a cast of DJs that should keep the party going all night. The event will feature sets from DJ Cam Jones, DJ BVCKWOODS, DJ Neekasodope, Koffa, and special guest Topper Atwood. If you know like we know, you can bet the on stage performances wont stop there, this one is 21+ and the door is only $7.
The A$AP Mob is getting set to embark on their long awaited national tour. The “Too Cozy” tour only has 20 stops, but it stretches across the country hitting just about every major city along the way, Minneapolis landing in mid October. The tour will also feature Playboi Carti, Key!, and the Cozy Boys, while A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg and the rest of the crew headline. This show is all ages and tickets can still be purchased in advance for $45, click the link below to buy yours now.
Location: 1521 Como Avenue SE, Minneapolis When: Saturday, September 16th // 2PM-8PM
The good people from Piff Minneapolis will host their 2nd annual fall festival at their flagship location in Minneapolis’ Como neighborhood. The store is arguably the freshest in the Twin Cities purveying in rare Jordan’s, Nike SB Dunks, Supreme, and other coveted brands. Their fall festival has a healthy lineup of live music including sets from DJ Keezy, Shrimpnose, DJ D-Mil, and DJ Smoove among others. This event is all ages friendly, but will also feature a beer tent ($5) for those of age who come thirsty. Click the link below for more info and make sure to get their early before the shelves start to empty.
Location: 701 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Friday, September 8th @ 10PM
Nazeem & Spencer Joles are two of the brightest young artists emerging within the Twin Cities hip hop scene. The duo followed up their 2016 project, The Album, with this years critically acclaimed, Years of Obscurity; it’s hard to imagine that they could have progressed so much. Arguably Minnesota’s best hip hop releases of 2017, Years of Obscurity feels like something that marks the beginning of a larger quest. The two will be live at First Avenue’s 7th Street Entry tonight along with DJ Keezy, the door is 18+ and tickets are still available for only $10. This is a must see show that will most likely sell out, click the link below to buy your tickets now.
One of our favorite film festivals here at MADE, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), is kicking off its 2017 festivities this week. Known for its wide range of genres, independent films, and documentaries, TIFF is the unofficial audition for the annual film-awards season that wraps with the Academy Awards celebrations every February. This years entries are no exception. Some of the more anticipated showings are documentaries surrounding Grace Jones (Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami), Barack Obama (The Final Year), and Lady Gaga (Gaga: Five Foot Two), as well as an under-the-radar entry from comedian Louis CK (I Love You, Daddy) that will appear in black and white. As always there is a plethora of noteworthy entries, so many, in fact, that it seems impossible to filter out a ‘most anticipated’ list.