Join us for a night of delicious food and live music with Tyler Herwig at Plate on Main, 5:30pm on February 29th, 2024!Come join us for an incredible evening of live music with Tyler Herwig one of the mid-west's favorite acoustic artists, at Minnesota's very own Plate on Main in Prior Lake. Get ready for an evening filled with great music, great food, and unforgettable memories as Tyler Herwig Music takes the stage and captivates you with his soulful voice and energizing performance.Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to experience Tyler Herwig's incredible music live. Grab your friends and family and get ready for an evening you won't want to miss!Can't wait to see you there!F or more information on Tyler Herwig Music, visit https://www.tylerherwigmusic.comThis is a free entertainment event. No ticket necessary. Seating, food & beverage available for purchase through venue. We thank you very much and hope you have a wonderful time!
Ali Gray and Joe Beier are an acoustic cover song duo from Minneapolis. With their fun banter and a song list that spans many genres from Sinatra and Elvis to The Killers and The Cranberries, they are sure to entertain all night!
Dinner and drinks service starts 1 hour before showtimes. Music Theater Join these dynamic duos of Twin Cities musical theater performers (with two at the keys) as they wrestle with the passions, dilemmas and frustrations of life, love and the clinging-to-hope pursuit of happiness. In an evening of Broadway duets, “It Takes Two” features the diverse works of songwriters Leonard Bernstein, “Fats” Waller, Jeanine Tesori, Jason Robert Brown, and Stephen Sondheim, to name a few. Joey Clark voiceTimothy De Prey pianoBradley Greenwald voiceAnna Hashizume voiceMelody Mendis voiceJerry Rubino piano MacPhail Center for Music‘s faculty: in addition to their teaching at MacPhail, the members of the cast are active performers in the community. MacPhail.org
Join us at 6:30 pm for The Bistro Showcase Hosted by Jun Sugiyama Featuring Ruby Blu (Red Eye Ruby) & Liam Vance For more information visit our Events & Music Facebook page
Date & Time THU FEB 29, 2024 • 7PMDOORS • 5:30PM Cost $25/20/15
@ Erin Livingston and an all star 10 piece band of some of the Twin Cities best musicians, play Helen Reddy’s original arrangements in a tribute to her top hits from composers such as Leon Russell, David Castle, Carole Bayer Sager, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Paul Williams, Kenny Rankin, Harriett Schock, and more! Helens song stylings of such tunes as This Masquerade, Delta Dawn, and Candle on the Water, made her a super star. Her self composed I Am Woman..made her a legend. Dubbed “The Queen of Housewife Pop”, Helen Reddy was the first Australian born performer to win a grammy. She also went on to sell more than 15 million albums and 1 million singles. Register on Eventbrite Add to calendar Google Calendar iCalendar Outlook 365 Outlook Live
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★ LOCAL SHOW ★ DOORS OPEN 7PM SHOW STARTS 7:30PM AGES 18+ ADVANCE $12 DAY OF SHOW $15
Dinner and cocktail seating and service begins 1 hour before showtimes. Tap Dance, Swing, Jazz An evening of tap dance, original music and the spirit of jazz. Sarah Reich tapEnrique Rosario tapDavid Feily guitarKavyesh Kaviraj pianoGreg Byers bassChris Rochester saxJake Baldwin trumpetL.A. Buckner drums Sarah Reich (performer, choreographer, teacher, composer) has emerged as one of the new leaders in the art form of tap dance. Sarah has become one of the art form’s pop culture ambassadors, thanks to her appearances in world tours and videos with Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, which have garnered millions of views on YouTube. Sarah is developing new and exciting works with her company Tap Music Project, including her debut tap jazz album titled “New Change” and her Tap Music Project Intensives that educate young dancers to collaborate and compose with musicians. Sarah is currently producing her original TV series, “It’s Tappening” highlighting the global tap dance community. “Brilliant.” –Sting SarahReich.com
The Washington Post described John as folk music’s “Rustic Renaissance Man,” a moniker flawed only by its understatement. “Calling John McCutcheon a ‘folksinger’ is like saying Deion Sanders is just a football player…” (Dallas Morning News). Besides his usual circuit of major concert halls and theaters, John is equally at home in an elementary school auditorium, a festival stage or at a farm rally. He is a whirlwind of energy packing five lifetimes into one. In the past few years alone he has headlined over a dozen different festivals in North America (including repeated performances at the National Storytelling Festival), recorded an original composition for Virginia Public Television involving over 500 musicians, toured Australia for the sixth time, toured Chile in support of a women’s health initiative, appeared in a Woody Guthrie tribute concert in New York City, gave a featured concert at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, taught performance art skills at a North Carolina college, given symphony pops concerts across America, served as President of the fastest-growing Local in the Musicians Union and performed a special concert at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS Tickets are $25 – $30 depending on seating. Show starts at 7:30pm Doors open at 6:30pm ALL SALES ARE FINAL
The vibrancy of African rhythms meets The Cedar's dancefloor when Cheikh Ibra Fam, invites us to come together and dance on Ayitaria!
FEATURING SIR PSYCHO (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS TRIBUTE) • FOOL FIGHTERS (FOO FIGHTERS TRIBUTE) • DISSIDENT (PEARL JAM TRIBUTE)★ LOCAL SHOW ★ DOORS OPEN 7PM SHOW STARTS 8PM AGES 21+ ADVANCE $12 DAY OF SHOW $15
★ LOCAL SHOW ★ with WHY NOT DOORS OPEN 7PM SHOW STARTS 8PM AGES 18+ ADVANCE $18 DAY OF SHOW $20 RESERVED BALCONY $35