Fine Line Music Cafe
Release parties in blues, indie rock, R&B and inspirational with benefits featuring singer-songwriters own remarkable genres. "Red Clay Revival" on February 13, 2014 and "Transformation Volume 2: for the love of music" on February 14th, 2014 are two featured guests. Visit www.finelinemusic.com for upcoming events and tickets. $10 tickets at the door.
Broadway compilations, jazz essentials, Vocal Essence, Cello concerto in fine melodies for harmonic interpretation, Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 2, Stranvinsky Suite from "The Firebird," emphatic Ravel "Bolero" all available for inspiring relief. Please visit www.minnesotaorchestra.org or call 612-371-5600 for concerts and ticket information.
Music in the Park
Lake Harriet Band Shell, Bryant Square Park, Father Hennepin Bluffs, Minnehaha Falls Park, Nicollet Island Amphitheater, offers Latin, jazz, Big Band and folk several evenings during the summer. Free. Please visit www.mplsmusicandmovies.com for a concert schedule and performance times.
Music in the Zoo
Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Joan Baez, Pat Benetar, are some of the highlights that have added sound to the zoo. Please visit www.suemclean.com/zoo or http://mnzoo.org/ for concert and ticket information.
Jazz, Flamenco guitar, open mic, folk, slide guitar blues, Matt Yetter, Scott Mateo, Zacc Harris Trio, Overtones Jazz Trio, Coffee House Allstars available for visitors to enjoy the sounds of singer-songwriters in genres for every taste. Please visit www.theriverview.net for a schedule of free and event tickets.
Several venues offer jazz tones with innovative style that calms the extravagance in every day life. An evening stroll in any park during summer months gives busy visitors and those needing a vacation a few hours of enjoyable entertainment to focus on living more of life's essentials.
Many concert halls offer folk particular to any countries preference. Many singer-songwriters give elegance to their style in coffee shops and formal venues alike. With the classical interpretations from Orchestra Hall to rock folk and indie pop at the Riverview Café, artists give way to any summer festival.
As headliner names give way to major crowds at the Minnesota Zoo and Fine Line Music Café, the venue ambiance speaks generously as artists gather to give their hits' collection distinguished honor while audience patrons relax into entertainment that gives back in only ways singer-songwriters can establish.