Over the past three decades, The Original Gabe's by the Park's proximity to Target Center, along with the eatery?s 20 high-definition televisions, have encouraged fans to drop in for pre- and postgame meals. Beneath a trellis of wooden rafters, darts and raucous cheers fly to a soundtrack of hand-plucked TouchTunes jukebox jams. On an American-themed menu, snacks of nachos prelude entr?es such as crusted new york strip steaks, and signature burgers?aptly titled to celebrate the kitchen staff?s forge-proof condiment designs.
Although it’s known for comedies such as the two-man, 24-character A Tuna Christmas, Actors Theater of Minnesota also places a significant emphasis on education and corporate training. At The Creative Institute, the ensemble trains students how to work theatrical media such as improv and writing into their everyday problem-solving skills.
For 24 years, The American Craft Council Show has invited reputable artists in different trades to gather and showcase their craftily crafted bounty of aesthetically pleasing goods. In the RiverCentre convention facility, over 240 jury-selected artists will present their handcrafts and footcrafts to the public. The show will include exhibits such as Green Craft (art from found, recycled, or eco-friendly materials), Handmade Under $100 (unique crafts at affordable prices), a lawn-and-garden showcase, and a showcase of crafts for kids. Awestrike yourself with a plethora of eye-catchers such as handmade jewelry, clothing, furniture, toys, home accessories, sculptural and functional works of glass, ceramics, and decorative fibers.
• For $31, you get a seat in section 203–219 (a $47.50 value before fees, or up to a $61.88 value online, including all ticketing fees). • For $52, you get a seat in section 105–115, C4–C9, or C23–C29 (an $87.50 value before fees, or up to a $103.39 value online, including all ticketing fees). • For $83, you get a seat in section 102–104, 116–118, FLR R, FLR C, or FLR L (a $147.50 value before fees, or up to a $165.65 value online, including all ticketing fees).
The Minnesota Wild put up a 25-12-4 record at the Xcel Energy Center last season, giving crowds plenty of reason to cheer, chant, and toast each other. With goal-focused pucksmen Mikko Koivu and Martin Havlat leading the way this season, the Wild are poised to bury the Predators and the Red Wings—both Western Conference rivals and 2010 Stanley Cup playoff teams—in a hailstorm of supersonic slapshots and seamless shift changes. Your suite seating will let you watch the sub-zero spectacle of your choice from within the confines of a fan-friendly pod of sheltered luxury. The Xcel Energy Center will fuel your full-throated cheering and creative high-fiving throughout the evening with a hot dog, chips, a cookie, and a soda or water.
The season finale of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra comes to a dramatic Deutschlandic conclusion, with a showcase of classical German music spanning three centuries. Join conductor, ivory tickler, and SPCO artistic partner Christian Zacharias, who has conducted both the Los Angeles and New York Philharmonic orchestras, as he begins the evening with an elegant performance of Piano Concerto in D Minor by C. P. E. Bach. Zacharias will then resume vertical posture to conduct Schumann's Spring Symphony, a piece composed from Schumann's fast-flowing heart and mind during his honeymoon period with pianist wife, Clara Wieck. Enjoy this evening of joyous classical music, and attend the SPCO before the offseason starts.