Nothing says Minnesota Summers more than the Summer Beer Dabbler
- Bernice Otoo
- • Recruiter
Maple Grove, MN
Nothing says Minnesota Summers more than the Summer Beer Dabbler. It’s a great opportunity to make new friends, sample hundreds of craft beers, try out the newest food trucks and listen to music.
Twin Cities Startup Week.
- Melissa Kjolsing
- • Director
Twin Cities Startup Week. It’s a week filled with multiple events for a variety of startups and entrepreneurs. From your early stage ventures looking to make connections and gain access to resources to more established startups looking for talent. It’s a week that showcases what’s great about Minnesota—our community and people’s genuine interest in helping someone reach their next milestone.
The Northern Spark festival is a dusk-to-dawn, wonder-filled night
- Sarah Peters
- • Director of Public Engagement
The Northern Spark festival is a dusk-to-dawn, wonder-filled night on the second Saturday of June in the Twin Cities. Art museums and performance halls are open all night and artists make temporary installations for interaction in the streets. Thousands of people ride their bikes around, marveling at building-high projections and pop-up performances while feeling a sense of belonging amongst friendly strangers.
The 16th Annual Sound Unseen Film & Music Festival.
- Vilay Dethluxay
- • Event Producer
The 16th Annual Sound Unseen Film & Music Festival. I am Co-Director of this festival and of course have to do a shameless plug! We live in a music town and to have an all films-on-music festival is a no-brainer. Join us Nov. 11-15 at McNally Smith, Amsterdam Bar & Hall, Bedlam Lowertown, Trylon microcinema, and Bryant Lake Bowl!
Did you know?
“The Twin Cities is home to thriving music and performing arts scenes. Minneapolis has more theater seats per capita than any U.S. city outside New York and its famous First Avenue is the sixth most popular music club in the world, based on ticket sales.” – MN.gov
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