Music in Minneapolis Parks for the 2014 Summer

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Music in Minneapolis Parks for the 2014 Summer

Every summer the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board organizes free concerts at different parks placed throughout Minneapolis. Starting Memorial Day week and ending Labor Day week, Twin City music lovers get the opportunity to relax and enjoy a variety of music at these shows.

The venues and times are:

Lake Harriet Bandshell on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays concerts will be held at 7:30 pm. Also Sundays at 2 pm and 7 pm.

Nicollet Island Amphitheater will hold concerts on Mondays at 7 pm.

Father Hennepin Bluffs Park will have concerts every night at 7 pm.

Music in Minneapolis Parks 2014 Summer

Minnehaha Park Bandstand concerts will be Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 7 pm.

Bryant Square Park will have Tuesday and Thursday concerts at 6:30 pm.

Theodore Wirth Park has a new venue. Concerts will be held on June 10, July 15, and August 29.

This tradition has been a part on Minneapolis’s agenda since 1892. Over 120 years the summer city nights have resonated in music for all to attend. Multiple genres of music will be played. Bring your blankets or chairs, and join others to be a part of a series of events that embellish Minneapolis’s wonderful character.

 

Photos via: Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board

 

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Angie Newgren

Angie is a student at St Thomas University graduating May 2014 with a Bachelor's in English, minoring in Music. She was born, raised, and still lives in St Paul. She plays the violin and recently picked up the trumpet. Angie enjoys traveling the world. Being in her early 20s she has a lot to cross off on her endless bucket list of cities to visit, but still makes time to continuously revisit Paris. She has two pets, a dog and a bunny, who roam the house as if it were their kingdom. Angie has always cared about the environment and has a goal to continue to educate herself and others about worldly issues we can help change as individuals. Angie enjoys analytical discussions on music, movies, food, and books.

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