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Fans who have been living on a prayer can now rest a little easier. Bon Jovi is returning to take the stage in the Twin Cities.
Tomorrow night, music legend and Minnesota native Bob Dylan will take over the Xcel Energy Center. When a big act plays at “The X” the venue typically gives them a thank you gift, as a way for the artists to remember the Twin Cities.
What makes Madonna such a compelling artistic force? First and foremost, her blond ambition, which throughout her career has usually reared its perfectly-coiffed head most decisively during the moments everyone has been primed to finally write her off as passé.
Xcel Energy Center continues to land big names for concerts in the early part of 2013, and they’ve added another popular band to the list.
The voice of a generation, and one of the most critically-acclaimed musicians to ever emerge from Minnesota, will perform in concert this November.
They don’t call him The Boss for nuthin’…Bruce is the last guy to leave the office!
The Material Girl is obviously still into Material Things…otherwise her ticket prices wouldn’t be comparable to a 1992 Corolla.
Madonna will be at Xcel Energy Center on Saturday, November 3rd
With the August 11th Coldplay show sold out, it was announced today that[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”] Coldplay[/lastfm] has added a second Xcel Energy Center show on Friday, Aug. 10, preceding the previously announced concert on Aug. 11th. […]
Playing the Xcel Entergy Center this week, Dave Matthews Band finds themselves in this week’s JACK FM Artist Spotlight. Formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1991, the band is probably best-known for its annual summer-long tour […]