Two cute kids, a criminal grandma and one stay-at-home dad is a recipe for both disaster and the humanity of parenting in Stinkers. Writing and directing are Josh Tobiessen and Sarah Rasmussen, the duo behind 2017’s small-town comedy Lone Star Spirits.
Arts & Performance
Larger-than life greats of rock, pop and country will shake Shakopee’s Canterbury Park for a crazy three-day weekend of summer jams. Lineup includes Aerosmith, Tim McGraw, REO Speedwagon and Soul Asylum. Go for a day or sing to the tunes all weekend.
Get ready to benefit the preservation of our historic Basilica by rocking its socks right off. The positive and poppy Jason Mraz, Scottish electro-pop stars CHVRCHES and Semisonic of “Closing Time” fame promise an eclectic but fully danceable weekend.
Kick off the week of celebrations with Minnesota’s largest nighttime parade along Hennepin Avenue, marvel at the Twin Cities River Rats as they perform entertaining tricks on the water, up your fitness game and partake in the Torchlight 5k or sit back and watch in awe at one of the top five annual firework displays in the nation on Saturday evening. With a wide range of events, there is something fit for all shapes and sizes.
MacPhail Center for Music presents Sonomento on a Summer Night! Music from American Choral Composers and more …
Thursday, June 27, 7:30 PM
MacPhail Center for Music
Adults: $15 ~~ Youth and Students: Free
Craig Fields, Music Director
Miryana Moteva, Pianist
Featuring music by Barber, Bernstein, Carnahan, Floyd, Forrest, Hella-Johnson, Lauridsen, Martin, Menotti, Mozart, Paulus and more …
And featuring the solo voices of:
The Taste of Greece runs Friday and Saturday, September 6-7, from noon to 10 pm, and Sunday, September 8, from noon to 6 pm. Early Bird Specials on Friday noon - 4pm.
Taste of Greece will feature authentic Greek food, and handmade Greek desserts. The Levendes and the Chris Kalogerson Band will provide live Greek music, and the St. Mary’s Hellenic Dance Troup will perform authentic Greek folk dances.
One Voice Mixed Chorus presents Resistance and Resilience on June 29 and 30 at the Ordway Concert Hall. Through song and spoken word the concert portrays the strength of spirit and toughness that has been so fundamental to the struggle for human rights in the LGBTQ+ and African American communities.
9x22 is a monthly opportunity for three choreographers of varying styles to present their work and discuss it with an informed and engaged audience. Each piece is followed by a discussion moderated by choreographer/curator Laurie Van Wieren. June’s choreographers: Clare Driscoll, Michelle Kranicke, and Hope Grathwol.
Featuring the original works of exciting new singer-songwriters, Neo- Voices will take you on a compelling journey through the contemporary musical canon. Exploring the ever-present challenges of identity, love, crisis, and more, Neo-Voices is a night of music you will not want to miss.