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Built in 1932, the Legendary Roy Wilkins Auditorium has hosted some of the most recognizable performers and memorable performances in entertainment history. The Grateful Dead, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan are just a few legendary acts whose sounds have graced the walls of the 44,800 square foot hall.
While big name acts are great and the memories of those events will last forever in the minds of Roy Wilkins patrons, it's the intimate experience that will have a profound effect on the music and entertainment-lovers. With its comfortable and retro feel, the building serves to make downtown St. Paul an entertainment destination for all different ages and backgrounds. This makes it an ideal setting for rock, hip-hop, jazz, country, comedy and folk audiences.