JUNE "All in St. Paul" Event Calendar


Welcome to Outdoor Music Season! St. Paul hosts free outdoor music nearly every day in the summer.  Email if you'd like the complete list in calendar form.  Get on out there!

Friday, June 1

Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Park Square Theatre, thru July 8. Neil Simon brings us colorful, wacky characters and classic Catskills humor in this backstage view of "The Max Prince Show"

June 2-3
Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, Ordway and Rice Park

Saturday, June 2

1934: A New Deal for Artists opens, MN History Center, thru Sept. 30.  56 pieces frawn from the Smithsonian American Art Museum Collection.

Circus Manuhai, Central Library, 11:30am.  Foot-juggling, acrobatics, two-person hand balancing and more.

Bill the Juggler, Central Library, 2:30pm.

Sunday, June 3

Grand Old Day, Grand Avenue.  Parade, 10am from Fairview to Dale.

Roger Waters,  Xcel Center.  “The Wall” revisited.

Wednesday, June 6

Sample Night Live, Minnesota History Theatre, 30 10th St. E., 7pm.  Act One 7pm, G-rated; Act Two 8:15, unrated $20, $5 off a full-price ticket by typing the code word “members” when you order tickets online. You can also get up to four free tickets by reserving online using your St. Paul Public Library card number. www.samplenightlive.com  Theater, dance, music, puppetry, improv, and poetry slammers.

Thursday, June 7

Haydn’s The Seasons, Ordway, 7:30pm. SPCO

Music in Mears Park, 6-9pm. Annie Lawler Band, The Crossing Guards, Dan Israel & the Cultivators.

Friday, June 8

Haydn’s The Seasons, Ordway, 8pm. SPCO


Quicksilver, Central Library Kellogg Courtyard, dusk. Movie celebrating Bike Week.

June 9-10 Northern Spark, no St. Paul Locations this year. www.northernspark.org for details.

Saturday, June 9

Haydn’s The Seasons, Ordway, 8pm. SPCO

Bug-a-wocky, Central Library, 11:15am. Stories and activities with live, BIG bugs from the Como Conservatory.

Tuesday, June 12

FELA! opens, Ordway, 7:30pm, thru June 17.  A new musical directed and choreographed by Tony Award-winner Bill T. Jones, in which audiences are welcomed into the extravagant, decadent and rebellious world of Afro-beat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

Thursday, June 14

Music in Mears Park, 6-9pm. Caleb Hawley, Sans Souci Quartet, Communist Daughter.

Ordway Summer Dance Series, RicePark, 5:30 concessions, 6pm dance demo, 7:15-10pm dance to live music. Reggae/Afro-beat; New Primatives.

Wednesday, June 20


Back to the 50s rally, Rice Park, 11-2.  Lunch with a preview of the classic cars.


Thursday, June 21


Social Science, Science Museum, 21+ game night - play the new Amazing Spiderman game before it is released! $15, $10 members.

Music in Mears Park, 6-9pm. John David & the Jerks, The Small Cities, Joey Ryan &the Inks.

Ordway Summer Dance Series, Rice Park, 5:30 concessions, 6pm dance demo, 7:15-10pm dance to live music. 50s & 60s Rock& Roll; White Sidewalls.


Friday, June 22

Back to the ‘50s Weekend, State Fairgrounds

Saturday, June 23

Swedish Folk Tales, Central Library, 11:15am.  Presented by the American Swedish Institute.


Honoring Women Worldwide Garden Party, State Capitol Suffrage Garden, 10am-noon (vendor fair starts at 8:30am) Brunch and speakers www.honoringwomenworldwide.org for registration.

River’s Edge Music Festival, Harriet Island, $99 for two-day admission wristband increase closer to the event. Dave Matthews Band and Tool headline.

Back to the ‘50s Weekend, State Fairgrounds

Sunday, June 24

Back to the ‘50s Weekend, State Fairgrounds

River’s Edge Music Festival, Harriet Island, $99 for two-day admission wristband increase closer to the event. Dave Matthews Band and Tool headline.

June 28-30 Twin Cities Jazz Festival; Mears Park and St. Paul Clubs.  Details www.twincitiesjazzfestival.com

Thursday, June 28

Jack Brass Band, Central Library (outside), 11:30am. Traditions of New Orleans jazz with old time blues, rock, hip-hop, pop, funk and reggae. FREE!

Music in Mears Park, 6-9pm. Vonnie Kyle, Heartbeats, the Idle Hands.

Ordway Summer Dance Series, RicePark, 5:30 concessions, 6pm dance demo, 7:15-10pm dance to live music. Cuban; Malamanya


Saturday, June 30


Pinocchio opens, Steppingstone Theater, thru July 29.

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