MINNEAPOLIS – Find great local Twin Cities events for the month of September in 2017. We curated some of the most interesting events we could find from a variety of local sources on the Internet to provide you with an update on events in the Minneapolis area this upcoming month. There are plenty of great happenings in Minnesota to look out for and we have all the great transportation options in our custom fleet to make your Tour de Twin Cities all the more memorable.
See Garrison Keillor, who is set to turn 75 this year, at the Minnesota State Fair! He will host his famous broadcast variety show.
If shopping is your thing, don’t miss out on this one of a kind sale in the twin cities. more
Showroom is hosting their bi-annual Switch Sale for the end of the summer. Learn more.
Sep 1, 2017 7:45 PM
Minnesota fans of great music can enjoy four days of this great event. Battle of the Bands at Prince’s famous Paisley Park. more
Jul 6, 2017 – Oct 22, 2017
Enjoy country music hits and culture from some of the most influential characters in the genre. Learn more
Gridiiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Minnesota Historical Center
Sept. 24 through Jan. 15
Learn about the history of the gridiron. This is a traveling exhibit and is produced by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. There will be more than 200 rare pro football artifacts and photos, as well as audio-visual exhibits.
A Different Way of Seeing
American Swedish Institute
Aug. 27 through Oct. 30
“A Different Way of Seeing spans more than a century of distinctively Swedish art from 1877 to 1990, highlighting paintings, mixed media and additional works from artists including modernists Lena Cronqvist and Sven ‘X-et’ Erixson. These and other artists paved the way for the groundswell of talent coming out of the Nordic region today. Many had studied in Paris and returned with new skills and avant-garde ideas that fired a commitment to renew Swedish art. The exhibition is on loan from the acclaimed Sam and Ann Charters Collection of Swedish Art housed at the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, with support from Julie Hohman.”