Arts & Performance

New York Voices

This year marks New York Voices’ 25th year as a jazz vocal ensemble, and with a Grammy win tucked under their belts, they are celebrating. The group is known for their unique arrangements and standout vocal blend.  Read more about New York Voices

Maiden Dixie

Country rock band Maiden Dixie first hit the Minnesota music scene in 2011. They’ve played at every Minnesota club hotspot, opened at fairs and festivals, and performed with several national acts. Maiden Dixie’s musicians include two Iraq war veterans, six music and composition majors and a Division I basketball player. The band effortlessly blends country, rock and blues. Catch them on Mainstreet before they hit it bigger Read more about Maiden Dixie

Willy Wonka Jr.

You’ve got the golden ticket! Rediscover the magic of the classic Roald Dahl tale. See Charlie and Gramps float their way to the top, Violet balloon like a blueberry, the Oompa Loompas bob up and down and Willy Wonka’s shenanigans. Sing along to the well-known hits and dream of gooey Wonka chocolate bars. Read more about Willy Wonka Jr.

Magician Matt Dunn

See magician Matt Dunn as he performs a new family-friendly show weeknights at Big Thrill Factory in Minnetonka. Billed as his “biggest magic show to date,” Dunn says guests can expect sawing in half, levitation, new live animals and more at the dinner and magic shows.  Read more about Magician Matt Dunn

Youth Art Month Show: Hopkins School District K–12

Many young artists itch for a space to showcase their masterpieces. In its youth art show, the Hopkins Center for the Arts features work by artists from the Hopkins School District. Ranging in ages from kindergarten through senior year, each artist has something powerful to offer. Exhibitions are held during center hours; visit the website for more information. 952.979.1111. Read more about Youth Art Month Show: Hopkins School District K–12

Young People’s Concert

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Music Association of Minnetonka, which performs nearly 100 concerts each year. For the inaugural performances of 2014, the Minnetonka Symphony collaborates with young artists for the Young People’s Concert. The group also performs February 23 at Minnetonka Methodist Church. Visit the website for more information. 952.401.5954. Read more about Young People’s Concert

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