In Minneapolis, there’s always something going on! Check out our picks for the week, month and fall season.
For all things Halloween, we've got you covered. Get your zombie on with Halloween in Minneapolis!
September 4, 2020September 11, 2020September 18, 2020September 25, 20206:00pm-10:30pmBohemian Flats
Enjoy the City Pages & Star Tribune Music & Movies Drive-In Event at Bohemian Flats Park! 6:00 - Doors open, 6:30 - DJ begins, 8:00 - Movie begins.
Friday, September 4: A League of Their Own with DJ Truckstache
Friday, September 11: Grease with DJ Shannon Blowtorch
Friday, September 18: Top Gun with DJ Truckstache
Friday, September 25: Space Jam with DJ Shannon Blowtorch
Every Saturday in September through October8:00pm
The Brave New Workshop: Goes Viral returns for season two with more of the hilarious weekly show you've come to love! Your favorite BNW personalities will join Caleb McEwen to discuss current events and the 'unprecedented' world we're living in. Join us every Saturday at 8pm central via Facebook, Youtube or on our website.
Anytime between Saturday, September 12, - Sunday, October 18, 2020
While things will certainly look different this year, we encourage you to make this “self-guided” event your own. Mask up and hop brewery to brewery. Take some beer to go from some of your favorite taprooms and host your own socially distanced tasting party. Play it slow and visit a different taproom each week for the full duration of the event. Or ditch the “credit coin”, slide on your comfy new shirt and keep binging Netflix! No matter what path you choose, be safe and make sure to check with any taprooms you plan to visit in advance so that you’re up-to-date on their current policies and regulations.
In an effort to help guide you , included with your t-shirt and $5 “credit coin” is an overview that includes a list of featured taprooms along the Green Line, any specials being offered and/or pertinent info you should know, some contests to add to the fun, and some other surprises! Gather up your family and friends and decide how you want to “crawl”…
September 19 & 20, 2020September 26 & 27, 2020October 2-4, 2020
The first-ever Minnesota Renaissance Festival on Parade is a drive-through experience featuring over 30 of your favorite Festival foods. There will be exciting entertainment, featured artisans, and a chance to support Minnesota’s great Renaissance Tradition from the comfort and safety of your vehicle.
September 29, 202011:00am-12:00pmOnline Event
The Museum of Russian Art is pleased to present an exclusive virtual look at the exhibition Leaders and the Masses: Mega Paintings from Soviet Ukraine with TMORA’s Chief Curator, Dr. Masha Zavialova. This virtual tour will be presented via Zoom. FREE. Please register in advance.
The Festival celebrates the monarch butterfly amazing 2,300 mile migration from Minnesota to Mexico with music, food, dance, hands-on art, native plant sales and plenty of opportunities to get up close with monarch butterflies, learn about their habitats, and what you can do to make a difference.
Starting October 9th, 2020The Bakken Museum
Inspiration and innovation are cornerstones of our human experience. Together they form a cycle of discovery that people use to shape the world. This cycle begins with a spark. A spark can be anything that transforms someone from a consumer into a creator. They motivate us to make what we want to see. They can be intensely personal or literally global in their scale. The Spark Exhibition explores these moments to reveal a diverse and uniquely human tradition, one that fuels our wildest imaginations and satisfies our most practical concerns. What inspires you? How will you innovate?
October 15-17, 2020Online Event
Rain Taxi’s 20th Annual Twin Cities Book Festival happens virtually this year, featuring author events for all ages, an online bookfair, Minnesota Writers Mashup, and more—all free.
November 6-8, 2020Northrup King Building
Enjoy a weekend packed with the visual artworks of over 300 visual artists and the sounds of a variety of singer/songwriters and composers. Put on your walking shoes and allow plenty of time to explore the 4 floors of the Northrup King Building, talk with the artists, listen to the music and try your hand at an interactive art activity.