September "All in Saint Paul" Event Preview

Friday, September 1
Lynx vs. Chicago Sky, Xcel, 7pm.
Saturday, September 2
Bars, Bootleggers & Booze Bus Tour, MN History Center, 1-4pm. Stops include 11 Wells distillery, the restored Commodore Bar & Restaurant and Du Nord Cocktail Room. Samples included. $50/ $49 members
Sunday, September 3
Lynx vs. Washington, Xcel, 3pm.
Monday, September 4th LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
Thursday, September 7
Conner Oberst, Palace Theatre, 8pm.
Friday, September 8
We Can Be Heroes, The David Bowie Tribute Show by Collins Live, Ordway, 7:30pm.
Saturday, September 9
Selby Avenue Jazz Fest, Selby Avenue, 11am-10pm.
American Legion and Red Cross, MN History Center, 10-11:30am. $16/$12 members. Forgotten Stories is a new series that brings together nationally known historians to explore forgotten WW1-era stories of the individuals and organizations who made modern America. Look for additional lectures offered each month through November.
Sunday, September 10
Saint Paul Classic Bike Tour, 7:30am start. The Saint Paul Classic is a showcase for the handsome parks and parkways of Saint Paul. Riders can choose a 15, 32, or 47 mile route.
Sundays at Landmark: Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Landmark, 4-6pm. FREE. Crafts, music, food samples and other children’s activities that are centered around this Asian festival.  Each person will have the chance to make a lantern to use as part of the parade around Rice Park at the end of the festivities.
Tuesday, September 12
In the Heights opens, Ordway, thru Sept.24. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s four-time Tony Award-winning musical tells the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood.
Thursday, September 14
Talking Volumes with Sherman Alexie – Hosted by Kerri Miller, Fitzgerald, 7pm.
Friday, September 15
Nativity County Fair, Nativity School, 1900 Stanford Avenue. A mini state fair perfect for families!

St. Paul Oktoberfest, Schmidt Brewery, 4-10pm.
Spoon, Palace Theatre, 8:30pm.
Landmark Live: Dakota Dave Hull, Landmark, 8pm; $20/$25. Dakota Dave Hull’s guitar style spans a wide musical geography to create an infectious, uniquely personal blend of jazz, ragtime, folk, blues, Western swing, and vintage pop.
Henry and Alice into the Wild opens, Park Square, thru Oct. 22. The hilarious follow up to the smash hit Sexy Laundry! Your favorite married couple is back in the perfect, laugh-a-minute comedy. When Henry unexpectedly loses his job, he and Alice are thrown into a mid-life crisis and are forced to reconsider their dreams for a comfortable retirement. In an attempt to make the sparks fly again (and keep costs down), they forego their usual summer cottage for a humble campsite and a copy of Camping for Dummies.
Saturday, September 16
Nativity County Fair, Nativity School, 1900 Stanford Avenue. A mini state fair perfect for families!

St. Paul Oktoberfest, Schmidt Brewery, 10am-10pm.
Spoon, Palace Theatre, 8:30pm.
Sunday, September 17
Nativity County Fair, Nativity School, 1900 Stanford Avenue. A mini state fair perfect for families!
Wednesday, September 20
Gorillaz, Roy Wilkins, 7:30pm.
Thursday, September 21
Tech Fest, Rivercentre, 8:30am-4:30pm.
MN Wild vs. Winnipeg, Xcel, 7pm.
Friday, September 22
Words & Music by Dan Wilson, Fitzgerald, 8pm.
Saturday, September 23
MN Wild vs. Colorado, Xcel, 5pm.
Sunday, September 24
Weeknd, Xcel, 7;30pm.
Tuesday, September 26
Hello Fall, MN History Center, 6-8pm. FREE. MSP Hello is a quarterly celebration that highlights the seasonal best of Minneapolis-St. Paul for its newest residents. Enjoy music, drinks, activities, a meet-and-greet with local organizations and explore the museum while connecting with other newcomers and longtime residents. This season the event will highlight the Minnesota History Center’s "Renewing What They Gave Us" exhibit, featuring new work by Native American artists, inspired by MNHS collections.
Knitting Social, MN History Center, 6-8pm.
Wednesday, September 27
Talking Volumes with Jacqueline Woodson – Hosted by Kerri Miller, Fitzgerald, 7pm.
Glass Animals, Palace Theatre, 7:30pm.
Thursday, September 28
Friday, September 29
Adult Wizard Camp-In, Science Museum, 7pm-8am. 21+ Sleep over!
Saturday, September 30
Minnesota Spectacular Antiques Show and Flea Market, State Fairgrounds, 8am-5pm. 250 dealers exhibiting both indoors and outdoors. Dealers offer a unique blend of antique furniture, collectables and outdoor flea market items.
MN Wild vs. Dallas, Xcel, 7pm.
Fleet Foxes, Palace Theatre, 7:30pm.
Sunday, October 1
Minnesota Spectacular Antiques Show and Flea Market, State Fairgrounds, 10am-4pm. 250 dealers exhibiting both indoors and outdoors. Dealers offer a unique blend of antique furniture, collectables and outdoor flea market items.

Fleet Foxes, Palace Theatre, 7:30pm.

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