General Admission (standing room only) and VIP Mezzanine Seating available. Prices include $3 Facility Fee. This event is for ages 21 and above. Please bring your ID.
Grab your friends! This VIP package is sold in tables of 4 for the mezzanine level of this beautiful space. Each VIP ticket-holder will receive: Early Entry to a Pre-show Party and Meet & Greet with The Suburbs (6PM), Reserved Seating at your 4-top table, 2 Complimentary Drink Tickets per person, dedicated cocktail service throughout the night, and signed Artist merch.
Often described as a Midwest Roxy Music, The 'Burbs have been making their unique punk-pop-art-dance records and performing off and on ever since the ‘Minneapolis Sound’ heyday.
Founded in 1977, The Suburbs are recognized worldwide as among the original heroes of the "Minneapolis Sound”; a historic music era that saw the emergence of other bands like The Suicide Commandos, Prince, The Replacements and Husker Du.
Led now by original keyboardist and singer Chan Poling, original drummer Hugo Klaers, and longtime saxophonists Max Ray (also of The Wallets), they are augmented by a supergroup of newcomers: Stevie Brantseg and Jeremy Ylvisaker on guitars, Steve Price on bass, Janey Winterbauer on backup vocals, Rochelle Becker on Bari Sax and Stephen Kung on horns and keys.
Voted among the "100 Most Influential Minnesota Musical Entities of the Twentieth Century" by The Minneapolis Star Tribune, with dance-club hits like “Waiting” and ”Music for Boys", and radio hits like ”Life Is Like”, “Rattle My Bones”, and the 2013 Marriage Equality Anthem, "Love Is The Law”, The Suburbs could be forgiven for resting on their laurels. But the music and accolades keep on coming. "Turn The Radio On" from their 2013 album “Si Sauvage” was voted "Song Of The Year" by a poll of local music critics in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, and The New Yorker magazine, praising their last release “Hey Muse!”, wrote; “The ensemble maintains its quirky spunk and funky pop energy”.
The Suburbs continue to entertain at the highest level and remain one of the most creative and vital bands out there today, honoring their past and blazing into the future.
Cindy Lawson began her rock and roll career in Minneapolis in 1985 with her all-female rock band, The Clams. Over the years, she has played in several bands in Minneapolis and New York City, but then took a break starting in the late 90's. She returned in full force with a new band in 2021 and has been playing to enthusiastic Twin Cities audiences. Her latest record, New Tricks, available on Boston’s Rum Bar Records, has been getting airplay both nationally (on Little Steven’s Underground Garage and on Little Steven’s Coolest Songs in the World) and internationally, garnering rave reviews in publications across the globe.
She’s backed by longtime collaborator and inventive guitarist Jerry Lefkowitz (of The Young Nashvillians, Something Fierce, Whoops Kitty, and Fauna, among others), bassist and multi-instrumentalist Dave Randall, whose rock bonafides include The Spectors, The Boot R&B, The Silent Treatment, Kinda Kinky, and many more, and on the drums is Mark Devaraj, who’s kept the beat going in bands High on Stress, Whiskey Rock and Roll Club, The Heavy Sixers, as well as dozens of other Minneapolis bands.