Pioneer Place To Host Centennial Bash
ST. CLOUD — The Pioneer Place on Fifth Theatre building is turning 100 years old on August 3rd and Takin’ It To The Streets.
The building was built in 1913 originally as Elks Club. Since then it has been home to four other businesses.
The current owners, Mark Barth and Dan Barth bought the building in 1998.
Dan Barth says he couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate the building’s anniversary than throwing a street dance.
The St. Cloud City Council approved the Pioneer Place’s request at last night’s (Monday) meeting to close off part of Fifth Avenue South for the centenial street dance.
Four of Central Minnesota’s biggest bands are set to perform at the anniversary bash including; The Fabulous Armadillos, Collective Unconscious, Anthony Shore as Elvis Presley and Justin Floof and the Throwbacks.
The event will include food and beverage vendors from Nick’s Third Floor, House of Pizza and more. For early bird ticket information visit Pioneer Place’s website.