Twin Cities-based GLBTA concert, jazz, and marching band with concerts throughout the year. See video clips on their website.
March 2, 2014. At the Chatterbox Pub, St. Paul, Oscar Party with trivia contest and ballots so everyone can vote. Winners with top three most correct choices win fun movie prizes. Coming next: May 28, 2014, Sister Act the Musical Broadway show - the feel-amazing musical comedy smash, at Orpheum Theater, Minneapolis. See website for details:
March 15, 2014, and every third Saturday, 7-10pm at the Saloon, Minneapolis. Come out for a raucus time with special musical selections. Enjoy the real wood dance floor with plenty of space. Burger or chicken baskets with fries or tator tots for $3.50 - $4.50 + all the beer or pop you can drink for $5. No cover for NSGRA members, $5 cover for non members.
June 4-8, 2014 annual event at The St. Anthony Main Theater, Minneapolis. A provocative annual festival showcasing Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer filmmakers.
Mid-June each year. Events in 2013 included: Electrical Play Group, Knights of Leather Motorcycle Ride, MSDB Rope Demo, "Adventures in Fetish" show and bootblack party, Leather Journey Wookshop, PEPRMT Bicycle Ride. Details for 2014 online closer to the event date.
June 28-29, 2014 - annual festival & parade down Hennepin Avenue wraps up two weeks of events including art show, concert, art show, foam party, dance parites, drag shows, boat cruise, picnic; Sunday Block Party at Saloon; and Sunday brunch buffet.
August 2-3, 2014, annual two-day event at 3400 15th Avenue South, Minneapolis. Set in a pastoral, 66-acre city park, Powderhorn Art Fair features 184 regional & national artists of varied disciplines, as well as a Community Showcase & Group Exhibitors from the Powderhorn area.
September 14, 2014, annual event since 2007, tour around lakes and along banks of the Mississippi River; 14 or 36 mile routes. beer garden, water stations, restrooms, medical and mechanical pit stops along the way.
Late September, 2014 (tentative). The Mill City Museum and the Mill City Farmers Market team up to provide the tastes, smells, sights and sounds of Germany. Activities take place inside the museum, outside in the Ruin Courtyard, and in the Farmers Market area within the Train Shed, and at Chicago Mall next to the Guthrie Theater.