It's spring and weirdness is in the air. I feel it in the water. Much that once was has changed.
Ty Segall is dressing like a large baby with an umbilical cord that looks like a really really long
Or see it live: catch him and the rest of the Muggers at First Avenue
tonight! Yes, tonight!
In other business news: Being a student has it's perks, at least where the Minnesota Orchestra is concerned.
Two things you should know (well, three actually):
- $12 Advance Student Rush tickets are available online for a wide range of concerts.Details
- $15 Walk-Up Student Rush available at the Box Office one hour prior. Not sure if a concert is eligible? Call us at 612.371.5656 to find out the day of the concert.
- One valid student ID required for every two tickets purchased. (Perfect for a date night)
You know when it would be awesome to take advantage of such a great opportunity? This:
Inside the Classics: And Bach Begat…
Fri Mar 11 8pm
He had 21 children of his own, but J.S. Bach’s musical “offspring” are innumerable with 250 years’ worth of composers, including Beethoven.
Best of the Beatles
with Rajaton and the Minnesota Orchestra
Sat Mar 12 8pm / Sun Mar 13 2pm
Symphony in 60: Stravinsky's Petrushka
Thu Apr 14 8pm
…and more! See full listing of eligible concerts Here
and remember as a student, your tickets to these concerts are always $12 when you order online. #themoreyouknow
And finally - it wouldn't be spring without this shameless plug for our Spring Pledge Drive. Here is a picture of me . . . without you.
Now get in your car, roll down the windows, turn up the Radio K and party like it's March.