Stone Arch Bridge Festival 6/14 and 6/15


The Stone Arch Bridge Festival is back and better than ever. There will be more than 250 visual artists, more than 40 musical acts, a family art park, the Father’s Day car show and a food market on the Minneapolis Riverfront, June 14-16.

The art and music will be spread out among several stages, with three performance stages near St. Anthony Main: Main Street, Water Power Park and Father Hennepin Park.

The best part? It’s free.

Friday, June 14

7:00 pm – Rockstar Storytellers

7:30 pm – Apollo Cobra

8:15 pm – Rockstar Storytellers

9:00 pm – Caroline Smith & The Goodnight Sleeps Continue reading


Van Stee – We Are – Album Review

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Van Stee’s New Release Definitely Note Worthy

Review By Kami-O Betzina

A year in the making Minneapolis’s own Van Stee has finally released its long awaited album We Are. Continue reading

Vam Stee “We Are” Album Release – 3/2 at Icehouse


Check out Van Stee as they celebrate the release of their new album We are.

Saturday, March 2nd – 10pm
Icehouse, 2528 Nicollet Avenue South.

Check out the new album –

Turning Rebellion Into Money – A Tribute To Joe Strummer

Turning Rebellion Into Money - A Tribute To Joe Strummer

Featuring: The 9/16s (Jeremy Ylvisaker, Janey Winterbauer, James Everest, Trent Norton, Matt Darling and Richard Medek), Adam Levy, Al Church & State, Blue Sky Blackout with Janey Winterbauer, BNLX+ with guest Jim McGuinn, Dylan Hicks, The Farewell Circuit, Haley Bonar, James Diers, Jim Ruiz Set, Kevin Bowe & The Okemah Prophets, Martin Devaney, Rob Skoro & Anonymous Choir, Rogue Valley, RuDe GiRL, Tambuca, Van Stee, plus spoken word by Guante and special guest DJs.

All proceeds from the night will be donated to Free Arts Minnesota in memory of Daniel Levy – artist, musician, Clash fan.

Feb 1st
7:30 pm
First Avenue Mainroom
$5 | $10

“Free Arts programs seek to interrupt the cycle of violence. Through painting, drawing, music, writing, drama and other creative outlets, the program serves as a catalyst to help children communicate and express themselves in new – and positive – ways.”