Mar 25, 2022 - Things to Do

9 things to do in the Twin Cities this weekend

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πŸ˜‚ Spend your Saturday at Fearless Fest, a nonstop comedy marathon at Phoenix Theater from 10am to midnight. Shows include a comedy fight, epic lip-sync battle and the "Sea Shanty Challenge." Free, donations suggested.

🌱 Prepare for spring gardening with the help of the Seed Swap and Giveaway at Powderhorn Park on Saturday afternoon. Free, but registration is required.

🌢 Taste your way through Midtown Global Market at the annual chili cook-off on Saturday, with 11 unique chili "interpretations" by market chefs. Pre-orders required. $20.

🌹 Kick off flower season at Como Zoo and Conservatory's Spring Flower Show opening in the Sunken Garden on Saturday. Free, but reservations required.

πŸ‘„ Watch midnight movie staple "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" at the Parkway Theater Saturday night, then stay up for additional live performances on stage. $10.

πŸ’ Planning the (rescheduled) big day? The Colorful Weddings Fair this Sunday hosts vendors that specialize in diverse, multicultural wedding services. Free.

🌍 Celebrate cultures from around the globe at the Minneapolis International Festival on Saturday, featuring a variety of music, dancing, art and educational booths. Free.

🍻 Drink behind the scenes at Indeed Brewing Company's brewery tour on Saturday. Beer samples and a complimentary glass included. $20.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ Support Ukraine relief efforts at a fundraising concert by the Isles Ensemble this Sunday, spotlighting classical pieces by Ukrainian composers. All proceeds go to the Eastern Europe Crisis Response. Free, donations encouraged.


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