Sophia Eris will celebrate her birthday tonight with a party at Icehouse. Sophia will take the stage along with a few special guests, we’re sure you’ll see plenty of familiar faces. Drink specials and industry deals will also be available, this one is 21+ and the door is only $5.
The homie DJ Low will celebrate his birthday at the Viking Bar this year. The event features a solid lineup with performances from Mac Drakula, as well as DJ sets from Minnie Blanco, Travis Gorman, BabyGhost, and Julian Fairbanks. Drink specials will be plentiful for those who come early, along with FREE giveaways and art by Stephanie Sayuri. A good time in the making, this one is 21+ and the door is only $3 before 11:30PM ($5 after), click the link below to RSVP.
Location: 501 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis When: Thursday, May 18th @ 9PM
GainesFM, KT, and the entire Free Minds family have put in A TON of work over the years, but over the last year they have begun to build a certified empire. They’ll celebrate their birthday’s tonight at the Nomad, the event will feature sets from Finding Novyon, Chance York, Lyric Marid, Travis Gorman, DJ Smoove, and Baby Ghost. A solid lineup for the price of $10, this one is 21+ and tickets can be purchased at the door.
Location: xxxxxxxxxxxxx, Minneapolis When: Friday, April 14th @ 9PM
This weekend, WhyWorld will host yet another solid set of dope music. This time around, Sloslylove, Vundabar, Wealthy Relative, and Astral Samara will take the stage, there will also be visual art from Andrew Swenson. If you’re lucky enough to receive the address make sure to come with positivity and nothing but respect for the house. A $5-$10 donation is highly encouraged, BYOB, BYOW.
Tonight, Greenroom Magazine and Show Me The Body will celebrate the release of their zine at the Greenhouse. The event will also feature music from Dreamcrushers and Psymun, as well as a few guests. The door for this one is only $10 and all attendees will receive a free issue of the zine. Click the link below to buy tickets now, space is very limited.
Location: xxxxxxxxxxxx When: Friday, April 7th @ 10PM
Allan Kingdom recently garnered another Grammy nomination all while maintaining a strong presence in his home base of Minnesota. The So Cold Records front-man is preparing to release his newest project, Lines, which is also arguably his most highly anticipated. His new single “Know About It” has made ALL of the rounds as of late, lets just hope that it’s just the tip of the iceberg. Allan K sounds like the next big thing, he’s definitely put in the work. Even with the recent leak you can expect a fun night, this event is 18+ RSVP tickets are still available for $10 ($15 @ door), click the link below to buy yours now.
The Unknown Creatures crew will take over the Reverie tonight for their Spring Dance Party. If you haven’t been to the Reverie yet, you should definitely check it out, the sound is solid and their overall space is great for live shows. The night will also feature music from Nyasia, R.A.D x Booboo, Wizdom and a few special guests. This one is 18+ and the door is only $5, click the link below for more info.
Location: 205 E Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis When: Friday, March 10th @ 8PM
The Turnt Up crew has a very special party set for tonight. They’ll be celebrating the birthdays of both Franz Diego and Gabe Garcia, so you know this shit is going to be extra live. A whole cast of DJs will be blasting heat rocks all throughout the night, if you’re looking for something to do this Friday, look no further. This one is 21+ and the door is only $5, make sure to get their early to ensure your entrance.
The Country Bar has been back for quite sometime now, but it hasn’t quite recaptured it’s once lively atmosphere. DJ Just Nine and DJ Frank Castle are looking to change all of that with their RODEO dance party. Drinks will be as low as $3 after 10PM, so make sure to arrive thirsty. They still offer those famous wings too, click the link below for more info.
James Baldwin‘s (1924-1987) life and legacy can now speak to modern audiences in a new documentary called I Am Not Your Negro. The film is finally getting a long overdue theatrical release from Magnolia Pictures this February 3rd after wowing audiences at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival. I Am Not Your Negro is a film from Haitian director Raoul Peck that envisions Baldwin’s final, albeit incomplete novel Remember This House as an uncompromising and complete narrative of race in America. The unfinished memoir focuses on the authors personal memories and relationships with three enduring Civil Rights leaders: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Medgar Evers, and Malcolm X. Peck was allowed access to the entire Baldwin archives and composed the film over a period of 10 years, drawing from the incomplete manuscript and Baldwin’s own personal notes. It won the People’s Choice Documentary Award and, like Baldwin himself, is sure to stand as a vital testament to race in America today. Continue reading →