‘Emblem3’ @ The Skyway Theatre



The guys of Emblem3 stopped by the Skyway Theatre last week and treated a mostly young female crowd to a fun and energetic show. Often playing guitar themselves, singing, or skating on the quarter pipe on stage, the guys if nothing else, looked like they were really having a good time.

Playing against a stage that was set to look like a Californian beach garage pad, complete with a couch, fridge, a lamp, and a giant E3 made of Christmas lights, the only thing missing was a game console. Even between the incredibly loud screams you could see a parent or two enjoying themselves.

Minnesota Connected got exclusive access to take some great shots from the photo pit. We hope you enjoy the pictures, they’ll give you a great illustration of what the show was like — instead of a lengthy write-up, I’ll let the photos do the talking.

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Photos by: PJ Mudd




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PJ Mudd

PJ went to his first concert at age 13. He's attended over 200 concerts and multiple music festivals including Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California, Lollapalooza in Chicago, and the inaugural River's Edge Music Festival in St Paul. He volunteers his time managing social media accounts for different artists. PJ is a First Avenue Member and was a staff member in college delivering their printed calendars to stores in order to earn free tickets. He has been contributing to his own live music experience blog, TotallyLiveAtPJs.com. He grew up in Eagan, lived in Columbus, Ohio, and now calls Minneapolis home.

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