Location: 3090 Southlawn Dr, St. Paul When: Thursday, March 16th @ 8:30PM
Juicy J is now entering the final week of his “Rubba Band Business” tour with the remaining stops being St. Paul, Chicago, and Milwaukee. Myth nightclub is a favorite of Juicy’s, so it’s no surprise that the Memphis artist will once again play the suburban venue. Palestinian-Canadian MC, Belly, will open up the night rounding out what should be a good time. This show is 18+ and general admission tickets are still available for $32, you can also grab VIP meet & greet passes for $115, click the link below to buy yours now.
Last Sunday, Phantogram headlined the Palace Theater for the final night of the venue’s re-opening weekend. The sold out space was HUGE, cavernous at the upper levels, but the views were solid from pretty much all angles. The crowd arrived ready to have a good time and opening band, The Veldt, did a great job of harnessing that energy. The snow was falling outside, but you wouldn’t have known it by the size of the crowd just before Phantogram went on. The stage display made their performance even more dazzling and lead singer Sarah Barthel was electric from the moment that she stepped on stage. The sound throughout the evening was excellent as well as the lighting, the Palace is worthy of it’s place among Minneapolis’ top venues. Phantogram played a gamut of their most recent hits, including an encore performance that gave everyone more than their money’s worth. A stunning display, I’d recommend buying your tickets early the next time they’re in town. Check out the photos above and be on the look our for more from Phantogram.
With tour season on the down swing, PROF, Finding Novyon, Metasota, and Willie Wonka are wrapping up their tour throughout most of the western U.S. A monster lineup that is sure to put on a good show in any given city on any given night, the “Time Bomb” tour is a great chance for out of state fans to get familiar. Check out the remaining dates above to see if they’re coming to your town or a town near you.
Location: 701 First Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Tuesday, October 25th @ 7PM
Mac Miller has had a resurgence as of late. The Pittsburgh rapper is rumored to have struck a $10 million dollar deal with Warners back in 2014 and released a solid project in Macadelic. Fast forward to today and he’s now dating Ariana Grande while pushing his new album Divine Feminine. He’ll be at First Avenue in a couple of weeks with Soulection, Lakim and ClockworkDJ, no word yet on any local openers. This one is 18+ and tickets are still available for $35, click the link below to buy yours now.
Location: 701 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Sunday, October 23rd @ 6PM
Post Malone will be live in Minneapolis next Sunday for his “Hollywood Dreams” tour. After a solid set at Soundset and an impressive show at Fineline for Red Bull’s Sound Select campaign, Post is primed for what should be a great show. The event will also feature performances from Larry June and Jazz Cartier, FKi 1st will handle the hosting duties rounding out a solid lineup. This one is all ages and tickets are currently available for $26, if you want to go the extra mile you can grab VIP passes for $62. Click the link below to cop yours now and be on the look out for more info leading up to the show.
Location: 1375 W Lake Street, Chicago When: Tuesday, September 6th @ 5:30PM
MADEinTYO broke into the scene last year with his smash hit “Uber Everwhere,” and has since gone on to become one of hip hops most intriguing young prospects. The Atlanta based artist and his Private Club brigade has been touring the nation and they’ll be stopping in Minneapolis and Chicago for back to back shows next week. Both shows have the same lineup with performances from MADEinTYO, Salma Slims, MYNAMEPHIN, and Noah Wood$ among others. The Chicago show is all ages and tickets are still available for $20, if you want to go the full mile you can grab VIP passes for $70. Click the link below to grab yours now before they sell out. Word around town is that Jugrnaut is dishing out free tickets via their instagram (@Jugrnaut), hit them up!
The guys from CURTA will be stopping by Minneapolis this Saturday as they continue their “Bread & Circus” Tour. The Twin Cities date will also feature performances from Dis-Play, Jaylap, Radio Ahlee, and Lizea Harper to name a few. John Shrimpnose and Infinity-Suite will provide beat sets while P. Murda holds down the hosting duties, not bad for the price of $8. This one is 21+ and tickets will be available at the door, click the link below for more information.
Location: 199 Kellogg Blvd, St. Paul When: Sunday, July 24th
With the release of Drake’s highly anticipated album, Views From The 6 on the horizon, the Toronto artist has announced a summer tour with Atlanta’s own Future. The “Summer Sixteen” tour will begin July 20th in Austin, before heading north throughout the mid-west. There aren’t many concrete details regarding the event, but we do know that general admission tickets will be on sale at noon on August 29th. Click the link below for more info and stay tuned for the updated ticket links.
Location: 315 N 1st Avenue, Minneapolis When: Thursday, May 5th @ 6PM
Lil Uzi has been blowing up this year and things have only grown more intense since the release of his latest project, Lil Uzi Vert vs The World. The Philly rapper will be in Chicago this Thursday followed by a stop in Minneapolis 1 week later. The event will be hosted by Allan Kingdom and will feature performances from Lexii Alijai, M R$CH + C4, as well as DJ sets from Tiiiiiiiiiip and DJ Enferno. A guaranteed good time, this one is 16+ and tickets are currently available for $30; if you want to go the extra mile you can cop VIP passes for $50. Click the link below to grab yours now and keep an eye out for more.
Hood favorite, Freddie Gibbs, will embark on his “Shadow of Doubt” tour this month. The Gary artist made sure to take care of the Midwest with
stops in both Minneapolis and Chicago. Tickets vary between both venues, click the links below if you’re interested.