Spring Break Concerts in Minneapolis
For many people, spring break is a time to work on homework, binge-watch Netflix, or catch up on sleep. Although lots of people use the time to travel, there’s plenty to do if you’re staying in Minneapolis too! Minneapolis has always had a great concert scene and spring break 2019 is no exception. If your busy schedule has kept you from seeing some of your favorite artists live, this could be the perfect opportunity. Here are some of the best artists coming to the Twin Cities.
Date: Monday, March 18th Time: 8:00 pm
Place: Xcel Energy Center (St. Paul) Cost: $65+
Known for his soulful Christmas album, Bublé has more to offer than just holiday cheer. If you’re looking for a more laid-back concert with soft pop music, then this is the concert for you. Don’t miss out on this chance to see a four time Grammy award winning artist live!
Date: Wednesday, March 20th Time: 8:00 pm
Place: State Theater (Minneapolis) Cost: $39-$55
James Bay was born in the United Kingdom and uniquely sings with a British accent. Bay’s Minneapolis concert was originally scheduled for October 2018, but he rescheduled his fall tour to give himself more time to perfect his new album, Electric Light. Go see Bay’s concert and you’ll have the opportunity to hear some of his newest singles live, including “Peer Pressure” and “Just for the Night.”
Quinn XCII - From Tour with Love
Date: Thursday, March 21st Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Myth Live (Maplewood) Cost: $28-$87
Mikael Temrowski, known to the music world as Quinn XCII, entered the music scene in 2014. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Temrowski just released his second album From Michigan with Love on February 15th. Check him out to hear his new album live and of course, his breakout hit, “Flare Guns.”
Date: Friday, March 22nd Time: 7:30 pm
Place: The Armory (Minneapolis, MN) Cost: $32.50-$42.50
For all of you country lovers (and non-country lovers!), this one is for you! After the release of their self-titled album last year, Dan + Shay have consistently topped the charts. They have recently released acoustic versions of two of their most popular songs, “Tequila” and “Speechless” after fans requested them on Twitter.