Things to Do
Here are five things to do in the Twin Cities over Memorial Day weekend.
🎸 Spend the night at a music festival! Minifest, a 7-hour evening of live entertainment, gets underway at 6pm on Friday in Minneapolis. $25.
The first Minnesota Aurora game kicks off Thursday night with a sold-out stadium and a mission: Prove women's soccer can succeed at the local level.
Why it matters: The new team brings more hype and excitement around a growing movement to boost women's sports, and creates an opportunity to see rising stars before they hit the big leagues.
Going out is fun, but who doesn't like a deal? Here are three spots to check out during happy hour in the Twin Cities.
On weekdays from 3-5:30pm, get $2 wine shots, $5 martinis and cosmos, $5 draft beer, and discounted appetizers, including $10 lobster fried rice.
Need a new way to flex your brain? The Twin Cities has plenty of trivia opportunities, and we've found one for every night this week.
Construction on a new pavilion and concession stand at Minneapolis' Bde Maka Ska is set to start this week.
What's coming: Two new buildings, a performance space, bathrooms and seating, including some that is covered.
These aren't your grandma's playgrounds.
The big picture: We asked Axios Twin Cities readers to share their favorite places to take the kids in their lives as the days get longer and lighter. You didn't disappoint!
It's summer party season. Here's what's on tap this weekend in the Twin Cities.
The weather is warm and summer farmers markets have returned to Minneapolis.
- If you want to support local farmers and pick up some fresh produce, check out these markets open now.
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