Voice Daily deals is offering tickets to the 2013 City Pages Beer Festival on June 1st for $15 (50% off).
Goldstar also has discount tickets for $15-18 + $4 fee (Reg. $30).
The City Pages Beer Festival hits the streets of the Theater District for its 21st annual edition, featuring a stellar array of imported and domestic varieties to sample, along with a bevy of live music to accompany a fun night out for you and your friends. This outdoor event also includes mechanical bull riding, food vendors, pull tabs from the St. Paul Jaycees and great people watching. This general admission offer includes all beer samples and live musical entertainment from Viva Knievel, accordionist Bill Koncar and the ever-popular Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band. A portion of proceeds from the tasting will also benefit Finnegan’s Community Fund.
Saturday, June 1, 2013
Located Near 10th & Hennepin
Grand Old Day, Saint Paul’s first rite of summer, is where to go when you’re looking for things to do in the Twin Cities. It’s the kick off to Minnesota festivals season, and is the largest one-day festival in the Midwest.
Mark your calendars for the first Sunday in June, because you don’t want to miss out on Grand Old Day – one of the biggest and best Twin Cities events of the summer!
Fun for Everyone!
Grand Old Day is one of the best Minnesota festivals for people of all ages and interests. The only requirement is that you like having fun!
Whether you’re looking for the best summer parades in Minnesota (complete with candy, of course!), Minnesota music festivals to jam out to, some of the best fair foods Minnesota has to offer, or just some good old Minnesota family fun activities in the sun – St. Paul’s Grand Old Day is the place to be!
The festival features 4 “districts,” along Grand Avenue, stretching from Fairview Avenue to Dale Street. With the Family Fun Activites District, the Art District, the Sporting District, and the Entertainment District, it is one of the best Twin Cities events for people of all ages and tastes.
Sunday, June 2, 2013
Along Grand Avenue in St. Paul MN from Fairview Ave to Dale St.
Grand Old Day is FREE to attend.
To gain admittance to the live music festival gardens, a wristband/ticket is required, and festival garden guests must be 21+. Wristbands are available for purchase on the day of the festival for $8 at Wristband Booths located near each festival garden. Your wristband gets you into all 6 live music festival gardens.
Transportation: Click here
Weather permitting, every Tuesday and Sunday night at dusk – May through September – Solera hosts its popular Rooftop Movie Night. Enjoy a glass of sangria and sample our new rooftop menu while sitting under the stars and watching a favorite movie with friends. You’ll understand why Solera’s Rooftop Movie Night was voted a Best of the Twin cities experience.
To view a copy of the movie listings, click here.
There is no cover charge to view the movies but as Solera is a restaurant, you want to plan on purchasing food and drink. Click here to view a menu.
900 Hennepin Ave.
Join the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra’s club2030 for post-concert happy hours! Club2030 is a group of over 4,000 people, 18 to 39 years old, who get $10 best available seats to SPCO concerts. There will be appearances by guest artists and SPCO musicians and complimentary wine thanks to Solo Vino)! The club 2030 happy hour events are completely free, you just need a ticket to the concert to get in.
Click here to join club2030.
The next concert is 8pm on Friday, May 24th at The Ordway and will feature music from Mendelssohn, Debussy and Pintscher.
Kick off the start of music in the parks with a free concert from Charanga Tropical.
Charanga Tropical is a nine-piece salsa ensemble that performs classic and modern salsa music – with the unique Cuban “charanga” instrumentation.
Monday, May 27, 2013
Lake Harriet Bandshell
Come sweat out hunger at STEELE Downtown this Saturday, May 25th from 1:30-2:30pm. Just bring 5 non-perishable food items to participate! All food will be donated to friends Second Harvest Heartland!
1206 Harmon Place
May 25th marks the opening of the mini-golf course at the Science Museum! Best of all, it’s only $5 per person between 5pm and 10pm and you don’t have to purchase museum admission!
The Big Back Yard includes a nine-hole EarthScapes miniature golf course that provides a fun—and challenging—way to learn how water moves from mountains to oceans and shapes the landscape along the way. With water hazards like you’ve never seen before, this 30,000 square-foot course demonstrates that rivers and streams are alive and ever-changing!
The Science Museum of MN – Big Backyard
Make the most out of your trip to the fair by planning ahead. The free entertainment schedule was just released. See Hanson, Blue Oyster Cult (if only for the cowbell), Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles, Tonic Sol-fa and others for FREE with your fair admission.
Click here to see the schedule.
NE MPLS’s newest sandwich shop Nuff is offering $20 to spend for $10 with this Voice Daily Deal. I’ve been to Nuff once and thought it was very good. They focus largely on homemade sauces, extremely fresh bread and in-house slow cooked meats. Give this place a shot!
2851 Johnson St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
Looking for a father’s day gift that’s made locally? Here are my top picks under $50! Click each image for more information and to purchase.
Card by Dude and Chick $5
Seersucker tie by Amanda Floyd $39
Minimalistic Slim Bi-fold Leather Wallet by PittsLeatherCo $45
Vino Trasporate for Bicycle by Steve Rose $29
Minnesota Muskie Fish – Recycled License Plate Art by DimeStoreVintage $20