Sep 24, 2021 - Things to Do

8 things to do in the Twin Cities this weekend

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Looking for things to do this weekend? Here's what's happening around the Twin Cities.

🥩 At the Improv Comedy Meat Raffle at Finnegans Brewing Co. Friday night, members of Danger Boat Comedy will give away cuts of meat between improv sets. All proceeds from raffle tickets benefit Firefighters for Healing. Free to attend, $2-$3 per raffle ticket.

🎶 Friday's Minneapolis miniFEST is a small(ish) version of a music festival, featuring over a dozen artists in a socially distanced space. $20 at the door.

🍸 Listen to live music all day at The Borough Block Party in North Loop Saturday. Plus, plenty of food & drinks from Borough & Parlour. Free.

🎴 Board game lovers, unite! The Tabletop Market Saturday has plenty of gently used board games, RPG books, miniatures and more for sale, plus hourly giveaways. Free.

🚲 Want some bike-themed art? Artcrank has hundreds of pieces from local and national artists at Fulton Brewing tomorrow afternoon. Free.

🌽 Corn Fest 2021 at Centro tomorrow celebrates all things corn. Stop by for elote and corn ice cream, plus live performances and custom corn hole games. Free.

💵 The Pay Gap Festival takes over the State Fairgrounds this weekend with pay-what-you-can live entertainment, a marketplace, silent auction and food trucks. Free entry.

🎨 The Solidarity Street Gallery brings a three-day arts and cultural festival to St. Paul’s East Side. This year focuses on Indigenous sovereignty and environmental justice. Free.

We're experimenting with an extended version of our weekly events calendar. Let us know what you think and send future events our way! Email Audrey at [email protected]


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