MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — For the first time in 492 days, iconic Minneapolis music venue First Avenue Mainroom will be reopening for a full concert this weekend.
The venue closed due to COVID-19 pandemic safety restrictions last March. To mark the reopening, a special ribbon cutting ceremony will be taking place prior to doors opening at 8:45 p.m.
“Event goers can expect comments from Dayna Frank, First Avenue owner and CEO, plus appearances from Flip Phone performers, Tygra and Priscilla Es Yuicy,” First Avenue said in a press release.
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Source: CBS Minnesota