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. Read more about Resistance and Resilience presented by One Voice Mixed Chorus
Arts & Performance
The Jazz Women All Stars will be at Crooners Supper Club on June 21 at 7:30. Featured women are Mary Louise Knutson-piano, Joan Griffith-bass, Sheila Earley-drums, Mary Petrich-sax, and welcoming back Patty's sister and special guest, Linda Peterson. Tickets are on sale now. Join us and celebrate these incredible women during TC Jazz Fest Time! Read more about Patty Peterson Presents Jazz Women All Stars During TC Jazz Fest - June 21
The Eden Prairie Players will hold auditions for their 2019 Collection of One Acts June 25 and 26. They are looking to fill 22 roles, all adults except for one teenage girl and one preteen girl (actors age 9 and above will be considered).
Auditions are by appointment. Click here to fill out an audition form. Read more about Eden Prairie Players 2019 One Act Auditions
Rodgers and Hammerstein's State Fair is coming to the Staring Lake Amphitheatre, courtesy of the Eden Prairie Players. Read more about Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'State Fair' at the Staring Lake Amphitheatre
Head to the Arts Consortium of Carver County Friday, June 7 to celebrate the talented songwriters and musicians of the area. The consortium will host a CD release party for Volume V ofThe Songwriters and Musicians of Carver County.
Performing at the concert will be Bob Mueller, Holly Holldorson, Tara B, Ted Hajnasiewicz, Tom Bright, Tanecsha Jones, Yvette Nelson and Blue Skies Band. Read more about CD Release Concert: 'The Songwriters and Musicians of Carver County' Volume V
Light up the night at this peaceful, yet memorable outdoor event. Design your lantern and set it free on the still water, delve into delicious food from a range of local food trucks, jam to music and more. Read more about Twin Cities Water Lantern Festival
The natural world has always inspired art. The Minnetonka Center for the Arts will exhibit works for the garden or inspired by gardens, from sculpture to paintings. Purchase a new garden piece or be inspired by these homages to nature. Read more about Art of the Garden
Celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in the heart of Loring Park with nearly 400 exhibitor booths, 40 delectable food vendors and four stages equipped with a live music and a variety of performances. Read more about Pride Parade and Festival
On the north shore of Lake Minnetonka, see not only over 100 art vendors but also enjoy food trucks, beer and wine and sailboat rides as part of the Lake Minnetonka Summer Splash event. Read more about Wayzata Art Experience
Catch dozens of performances in Mears Park and surrounding downtown venues. Headlining this year’s Twin Cities Jazz Festival are saxophonist James Carter, Grammy-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon, modern Cuban pianist Jorge Luis Pacheco and many others. Attend youth performances, clinics and masterclasses—all for free! Read more about Twin Cities Jazz Festival