Kings of heavy metal, Judas Priest and Saxon obliterated The Armory in Minneapolis during a huge blizzard that made its way through the Twin Cities. What a brutal way to start off April 2018!
Hippo Campus completed their Winter 2018 tour on February 17th with a sold-out show at the Palace Theatre in their hometown of St. Paul, Minnesota.
Neck Deep’s “The Peace and The Panic” Tour hit the Minneapolis, Minnesota venue First Avenue on Tuesday, February 13th.
Portugal. The Man played the first of two sold-out shows at the Palace Theatre on Friday, February 9th in St. Paul, Minnesota, along with openers Twin Peaks.
Jessica Lea Mayfield played to a packed show at the 7th Street Entry on Saturday, November 11th in Minneapolis, Minnesota with openers Blank Range.
Rise Against stopped by Minneapolis, MN playing at the Skyway Theatre along with Pierce The Veil and White Lung on September 23rd.
Did Ghost sell their soul for fame and fortune? Perhaps. Either way, the guys put on a terrific performance and were perfect openers to warm up the crowd ahead of Iron Maiden.
The atmosphere was immensely epic at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota before the almighty Iron Maiden took to the stage to destroy everything in sight.
One of the most elite bands in black metal decimated Minneapolis this week. This is a short and sweet, black and white gallery to truly capture the band’s essence. Minimal, but powerful.
The atmosphere was perfect for this Saturday night concert and the Peppers went out and did what they always do – KICK ASS!
Opening up for the biggest metal band in the world, Volbeat had a tough job to do, but did extremely well given the circumstances.
On Saturday August 16th, 2016 an event of historical significance took place in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Metallica were fucking PHENOMENAL and the sold out crowd could not have asked for a better performance!
This young yet passionate band has a unique style of black and death metal and show great potential within the local scene in Minnesota.