See Stars on Stage This Winter
Some of today's biggest names in entertainment are coming to Minnesota this winter. From Grammy-winning musicians to legendary comedians to touring Broadway shows, you're sure to see an incredible performance on a Twin Cities stage this season.
The must-see show this month is Jerry Seinfeld, performing Jan. 17 at the Orpheum Theatre. Country music fans can check out Keith Urban at Target Center on Jan. 11 and Jason Aldean at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Jan. 17. The Fab Four, a Beatles tribute band, will be at the State Theatre on Jan. 25.
One of the hottest acts around, Justin Timberlake will take the Xcel stage on Feb. 9. On Feb. 23, Paul Simon and Sting will perform there together, and Christian performing artist TobyMac will serenade the crowd on Valentine's Day. At Target Center, comedian/ventriloquist Jeff Dunham brings the laughs on Feb. 5, and pop country trio Lady Antebellum will play their hits on Feb. 7. Trey Anastasio of Phish will draw his loyal fan base to the famous First Avenue on Feb. 4.
The fourth annual Welcome to Minnesota Tour, headlined by locally grown hip-hop duo Atmosphere, hits multiple cities this month. Catch it at Mankato's Verizon Wireless Center Feb. 12, Duluth's Clyde Iron Works Feb. 13, Rochester's Mayo Civic Center on Valentine's Day, or First Avenue in Minneapolis on Feb. 17.
The Xcel Energy Center will host five big shows this month: country star Luke Bryan on March 2; the now infamous Miley Cyrus on March 10; platinum-selling rock band Imagine Dragons on March 12; Celtic Woman on St. Patrick's Day; and singing sensation Demi Lovato on March 18. Rock fans won't want to miss Kings of Leon on March 6 and Arcade Fire on March 8, both at Minneapolis' Target Center.
Find more performances in our Arts & Exhibits Events section.