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Laugh Camp Comedy Club

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sat, August 24
FULL PRICE: $19 - $24
OFFER PRICE: $12 - $17

Laugh Camp Comedy Club features a revolving door of talented comedians from around the country to catch you off guard with polished jokes, witty one-liners, clever observations and brand-spanking new ... [more+]

Laugh Camp Comedy Club features a revolving door of talented comedians from around the country to catch you off guard with polished jokes, witty one-liners, clever observations and brand-spanking new material. See what all the laughs are about at St. Paul's Cabaret @ Camp. [less-]

"Domino"

at The Lab Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, August 24
Sun, August 25
FULL PRICE: $30
OFFER PRICE: $15

Walking down the street, you never know who might be the wolf in sheep's clothing. In the same way, "Domino" introduces 13 unique personalities on a hierarchy of power, but one of them is secretly a v... [more+]

Walking down the street, you never know who might be the wolf in sheep's clothing. In the same way, "Domino" introduces 13 unique personalities on a hierarchy of power, but one of them is secretly a villain. Every performance is different with this fascinating show at The Lab Theater in Minneapolis. [less-]

Brave New Workshop Presents "Shame of Thrones: Stupidity War"

at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, August 24
Fri, August 30
Sat, August 31
+ 24 more dates
Sat, August 24
Fri, August 30
Sat, August 31
Thu, September 05
Fri, September 06
Sat, September 07
Sat, September 07
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Thu, September 19
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Thu, September 26
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Sat, September 28
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FULL PRICE: $25 - $36
OFFER PRICE: $12.50 - $18

Follow our intrepid heroes (Lauren Anderson, Denzel Belin, Doug Neithercott, and Taj Ruler) as they prepare for epic battle against the most dangerous enemy of all: SHAME. Can they survive cancel cult... [more+]

Follow our intrepid heroes (Lauren Anderson, Denzel Belin, Doug Neithercott, and Taj Ruler) as they prepare for epic battle against the most dangerous enemy of all: SHAME. Can they survive cancel culture, social media, and the self-loathing that accompanies just being Minnesotan? Join the guilt-trip of a lifetime at the BNW’s hilarious and all-new sketch comedy show, "Shame of Thrones: Stupidity War"! This is BNW's 301st comedy revue since its founding in 1958. [less-]

Noah's Ark Waterpark: Rides, Slides & Fun in the Water

at Noah's Ark Waterpark, Wisconsin Dells
OFFER DATES:
Mon, September 02
FULL PRICE: $40.35
OFFER PRICE: $25

Wisconsin Dells is always tons of fun, but in the summer, there's nothing like splashing and sliding in the water at Noah's Ark Waterpark -- America's largest waterpark! There's a little something for... [more+]

Wisconsin Dells is always tons of fun, but in the summer, there's nothing like splashing and sliding in the water at Noah's Ark Waterpark -- America's largest waterpark! There's a little something for everyone. Daredevils can go on a surfing safari, whitewater rafting or brave one of the jaw-dropping slides for thrillseekers. You and your friends can ride together on the Congo Bongo raft or one of the multi-person slides. Smaller kids will love the Big Kahuna Kiddie Area, and anyone who wants more mellow fun can relax on the floating rides. When you're ready to dry off a bit, check out the 4-D Dive-In Theater, arcades and Hooligan's Harbor, where you can have an epic pirate battle by remote control. [less-]

Las Cafeteras

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, September 05
FULL PRICE: $18
OFFER PRICE: $9

In 2005, rooted in community and tradition, a group of students learning Son Jarocho music became known as ‘Los Cafeteros,’ named after the Eastside Cafe community center, which 2 members helped f... [more+]

In 2005, rooted in community and tradition, a group of students learning Son Jarocho music became known as ‘Los Cafeteros,’ named after the Eastside Cafe community center, which 2 members helped found. They soon changed their name to Las Cafeteras to honor the feminine spirit of the group. Without intending to, they organically evolved from a student group into a performance group aimed at sharing Afro-Mexican music from Southern Veracruz, Mexico in their neighborhoods. Over the years, Las Cafeteras would develop a genre-bending sound and electric live performance infusing lyrically rich storytelling with the purpose of sharing the hidden stories of migrant life in Los Angeles. Las Cafeteras, who grew up in Los Angeles, were inspired not only from Mexican music, but from rock, reggae, hip-hop and Motown. For Las Cafeteras, it was essential to use music as a way to build bridges among the different cultures and communities that historically have had tension. Through music, Las Cafeteras were trying to help build ‘a world where many worlds fit.’ [less-]

"Letters From Home-Reviving Patriotism"

at Ames Center - Proscenium Main Stage Hall, Burnsville
OFFER DATES:
Sat, September 07
FULL PRICE: $38
OFFER PRICE: $19

This nationally touring upbeat USO-style show features the music of WWII through Vietnam with tap dancing, singing, comedy, audience interaction and reviving patriotism through music. Honoring veteran... [more+]

This nationally touring upbeat USO-style show features the music of WWII through Vietnam with tap dancing, singing, comedy, audience interaction and reviving patriotism through music. Honoring veterans, active military and their families, this will be one evening of toe-tapping side-splitting fun! [less-]

"A Tribute to the Country Classics" by James Carothers

at Le Musique Room, St. Michael
OFFER DATES:
Sat, September 07
FULL PRICE: Coming Soon
OFFER PRICE: Sold Out

Nashville honky tonk crooner James Carothers is known for his stone-country originals, spot-on impressions of country's greatest icons and a large fan base of fiercely supportive followers who love re... [more+]

Nashville honky tonk crooner James Carothers is known for his stone-country originals, spot-on impressions of country's greatest icons and a large fan base of fiercely supportive followers who love real country music. Over the past couple of years, James has enjoyed playing several opening slots, festivals, fairs, and private events in locations all across the United States and Canada and has even had the chance to travel to Japan, Scotland and Norway for shows. He was recently selected to open five tour dates for Alan Jackson in 2019 and was listed as one of "Rolling Stone" Country’s “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know: October 2018”. When he's not on the road, James plays several shows each week at The George Jones, AJ’s Good Time Bar and Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in Nashville, TN, having played over 1200 public and private shows there since 2015. During the "Tribute to Country Classics Tribute Show", you'll hear many of the greatest country songs of all time from the likes of George Jones, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Alan Jackson, Hank Williams Jr. and more, as well as a few of James' own most popular tunes, which have been streamed over 2 million times on Spotify. [less-]

"Pray the Gay Away": A True Life Coming Out Comedy

at The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, September 12
Fri, September 13
Sun, September 15
+ 3 more dates
Thu, September 12
Fri, September 13
Sun, September 15
Thu, September 19
Fri, September 20
Sun, September 22
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FULL PRICE: $36.50
OFFER PRICE: $18.25

"Pray the Gay Away" tells the story of Michael and Zach Zakar coming out to their mother, who is a potty-mouthed, gay-hating, devout Catholic. This hilarious off-Broadway production takes a comedic lo... [more+]

"Pray the Gay Away" tells the story of Michael and Zach Zakar coming out to their mother, who is a potty-mouthed, gay-hating, devout Catholic. This hilarious off-Broadway production takes a comedic look at the Arab-American twins’ journey from awkward and closeted teenagers to sexually active men who are out and proud. A collection of outrageous characters helps the Detroit Twins navigate the twisted paths of their first hook-up, creating a Grindr profile, discovering they accidentally slept with the same man, dating, jail, and of course the Bible! [less-]

the BREWERY COMEDY TOUR

at The Starkeller, New Ulm
OFFER DATES:
Thu, September 12
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $8

Laughs are on tap for this nationwide tour that has already hit 900 breweries across the U.S. More than a dozen New York and Los Angeles-based stand-ups are currently on the road, sampling the local f... [more+]

Laughs are on tap for this nationwide tour that has already hit 900 breweries across the U.S. More than a dozen New York and Los Angeles-based stand-ups are currently on the road, sampling the local fare, local brews and providing the finest and funniest in comedy entertainment. This stop is set to feature a lineup whose credits include top festivals, TV and major club appearances. [less-]

The Looney Lutherans: "Young(ish) at Heart"

at Ames Center - Black Box Theatre, Burnsville
OFFER DATES:
Fri, September 13
Fri, September 20
Sun, September 22
+ 1 more dates
Fri, September 13
Fri, September 20
Sun, September 22
Fri, September 27
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FULL PRICE: $38
OFFER PRICE: $25

The Looney Lutherans are a trio of wacky gals who use music, comedy, and help from the audience to share their tips for aging humorously in "Young(ish) at Heart". This interactive comedy event include... [more+]

The Looney Lutherans are a trio of wacky gals who use music, comedy, and help from the audience to share their tips for aging humorously in "Young(ish) at Heart". This interactive comedy event includes the game show "What's in Your Lunch Box?" (hosted by your favorite luncheon meat); musical advice for dealing with those aches and pains; and creative tips for keeping fit, because Jello isn’t the only thing that jiggles. Material is comedic and family friendly, and you don’t have to be Lutheran to love it! Getting older may be a “pain in the neck”, but laughter is good medicine. Celebrate being "Young(ish) at Heart" with the Looney Lutherans. [less-]

An Evening with The Tannahill Weavers

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, September 13
FULL PRICE: $18
OFFER PRICE: $9

Hailing from Scotland, The Tannahill Weavers combine traditional melodies on pipes, flute and fiddle, driving rhythms on guitar, and powerful three and four part vocal harmonies. From reflective balla... [more+]

Hailing from Scotland, The Tannahill Weavers combine traditional melodies on pipes, flute and fiddle, driving rhythms on guitar, and powerful three and four part vocal harmonies. From reflective ballads to footstomping reels and jigs, the material they perform is matched only by their lively Celtic spirits. [less-]

The Minnesota All-Star Craft Beer, Wine and Cocktail Festival

at Target Field, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, September 14
Sat, September 14
FULL PRICE: $49.95 - $79.95
OFFER PRICE: $34.95 - $64.95

If there’s one ballpark to visit, it’s Target Field. "ESPN Magazine" ranked The Minnesota Twins’ fancy new home No.1 in baseball stadium experiences in all of North America -- and festivals that... [more+]

If there’s one ballpark to visit, it’s Target Field. "ESPN Magazine" ranked The Minnesota Twins’ fancy new home No.1 in baseball stadium experiences in all of North America -- and festivals that let you drink the best local brews right on the playing field definitley play into it. [less-]

Hot Import Nights

at Canterbury Park, Shakopee
OFFER DATES:
Sat, September 14
FULL PRICE: $25
OFFER PRICE: $12.50

Hot Import Nights makes its way to Canterbury Park this September with one of the biggest prize purses in midwest car show history! It will be an epic night of amazing cars, music and entertainment. W... [more+]

Hot Import Nights makes its way to Canterbury Park this September with one of the biggest prize purses in midwest car show history! It will be an epic night of amazing cars, music and entertainment. With some additional surprises to be announced. [less-]

Kardemimmit with Lynn O'Brien

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sun, September 15
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $7.50

Kardemimmit is a group of four awesome Finnish women who draw on a variety of Nordic musical traditions to create and perform music for the Finnish national instrument, the kantele, and their voices. ... [more+]

Kardemimmit is a group of four awesome Finnish women who draw on a variety of Nordic musical traditions to create and perform music for the Finnish national instrument, the kantele, and their voices. With their beautiful, layered vocal harmonies and elegant, floating Kantele arrangements, they are not to be missed. [less-]

Naked Girls Reading - Twin Cities

at 2001 A SPACE, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, September 19
Thu, October 17
FULL PRICE: $25 - $30
OFFER PRICE: $15 - $20

It's exactly what it sounds like: Naked Girls Reading, but it's also so much more. It's empowering, poignant, funny, enticing, and smart; trying to revive the art of live literary salons and normalizi... [more+]

It's exactly what it sounds like: Naked Girls Reading, but it's also so much more. It's empowering, poignant, funny, enticing, and smart; trying to revive the art of live literary salons and normalizing the idea of nudity as something that can be celebrated and not necessarily sexual. Our readings are insightful, creative, thought-provoking and sometimes hilarious. There is no larger, woven-in, multi-layered, overly complex message--nothing pretentious, nothing seedy. Once you experience it, you'll stop asking so many questions and just let the concept take you. The beauty is in is simplicity. [less-]

Twin Cities Bridal Show: Fun, Fashion, Giveaways & More

at Saint Paul River Centre, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sun, September 22
Sun, January 26
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $7.50

If you're determined to make your dream wedding a reality, skip all the nightmarish running around and spend a fun afternoon at the Saint Paul RiverCentre enjoying the Twin Cities Bridal Show. Your Pi... [more+]

If you're determined to make your dream wedding a reality, skip all the nightmarish running around and spend a fun afternoon at the Saint Paul RiverCentre enjoying the Twin Cities Bridal Show. Your Pinterest boards come to life at this all-encompassing expo, which includes the Aisle of Style fashion show, Glam 2 Go Makeover Zone and the Inspiration Station, spotlighting the latest design trends. More than 130 companies are set to be on hand with samples, previews and planning advice, from caterers and photographers to DJs, florists, lighting experts and beyond. [less-]

Hawktail with Nickel & Rose

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, September 27
FULL PRICE: $18
OFFER PRICE: $9

Hawktail crafts a beautiful and evocative blend of roots music. Combining fiddle, guitar, string bass, and mandolin, they unearth deep emotions from the wood of each. With individual members performin... [more+]

Hawktail crafts a beautiful and evocative blend of roots music. Combining fiddle, guitar, string bass, and mandolin, they unearth deep emotions from the wood of each. With individual members performing with Crooked Still, Live from Here, and the Punch Brothers, Hawktail is a rare gathering of talent and a joy to hear. Brittany Haas (fiddle), Paul Kowert (bass), and Jordan Tice (guitar) own the sweat equity of a decade spent stoking the fires of their passion project. Haas, whose 2004 self-titled release instantly became the touchstone for a generation of old-time fiddlers, has since lent her sound to Crooked Still, Live From Here, Michael Daves - and David Rawlings, where she plays alongside Kowert, well known as Punch Brothers’ virtuosic bass player. Tice is a rare guitar player whose music showcases his unique identity and a particular knack for tune-writing. Haas Kowert Tice was a special road they could travel together. Where communication was intuitive, then innovative. Where musical curiosity was boundless and inspiring for each as writers, players, and friends. [less-]

Sequoyah Murray With Special Guest

at Moon Palace Books, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, October 05
FULL PRICE: $10
OFFER PRICE: $5

At 22, Sequoyah Murray has already honed a sophisticated sound. His music is expansive -- think modern soul and art pop but crossing genres.... [more+]

At 22, Sequoyah Murray has already honed a sophisticated sound. His music is expansive -- think modern soul and art pop but crossing genres. [less-]

Comedian Steve Hofstetter

at Laugh Camp Comedy Club, St Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sun, October 06
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laug... [more+]

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laughs" (Fox) and he has been on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "E! True Hollywood Story," "Comics Unleashed," "Comedy All-Stars," "Quite Frankly," "White Boyz in the Hood," "Countdown" and more. Now is your chance to find out what the fuss is about during this no-holds-barred stand-up performance, featuring some of his unfiltered observations about life. [less-]

Comedian Steve Hofstetter

at Goonie's Comedy Club, Rochester
OFFER DATES:
Mon, October 07
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laug... [more+]

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laughs" (Fox) and he has been on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "E! True Hollywood Story," "Comics Unleashed," "Comedy All-Stars," "Quite Frankly," "White Boyz in the Hood," "Countdown" and more. Now is your chance to find out what the fuss is about during this no-holds-barred stand-up performance, featuring some of his unfiltered observations about life. [less-]

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