RFD TV's Midwest country singer and yodelerMaggie Mae and The Heartland Country Bandare back at the Paramount Theater by popular demand. The concert at the Paramount Theater will feature some of the best traditional country music and yodeling music you'll ever hear. Maggie travels all over the Midwest performing, and she even hosts barn dances at her farm.
Tickets are $19 on the main floor, and $17 in the balcony. Groups of 20+ receive $1 off the admission.
Singers Justin Moore and Josh Turner will be performing on Saturday in the Amphitheater at Grand Casino Hinckley. They will be taking the stage at 7:00 p.m. Moore has three albums to his name including his latest "Off The Beaten Path". Turner has five albums with his latest being "Punching Bag". Turner also released a new single last year called "Lay Low". Josh Thompson will also be performing at the show.
Rollies Rednecks & Longnecks will be the place to be tonight (Thursday). It's a Tinville Jammin' Country show featuring Confederate Railroad and Restless Heart. Gates for these two shows open at 5:00 p.m. Confederate Railroad has 18 charted hits and over five millions albums sold since they hit the country music scene in the early 90's. Restless Heart has been playing for over thirty years and have 25 charted hits, and four of their albums have been certified Gold by the RIAA. They will also be inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame on October 16th 2015.
Tickets for these shows are $30 in advance or $40 at the gate. There is also a VIP Package available for $100. Call Rollies at 320-255-0912 for details.
The Music in the Gardens series is starting to come to an end this year. This Sunday's concert will feature the musical talents of Monday Night Jazz. The group is led by Jeff Engholm and Muggsy Lauer who play and sing jazz classics. You can also catch this group in The Veranda Lounge every Monday night. Monday Night Jazz will take the stage at 3:00 p.m. It will be near the Gazebo in Munsinger Gardens. Remember to bring your lawn chair, and as always root beer floats will be sold for $1. This is a free event to attend.
A note about the schedule, the August 9th performance by Dennis Warner has been rescheduled for August 30th, 2015.
There are two shows for your to catch one of Minnesota's favorite musicians, Tim Mahoney. He, along with an all-star band, will be playing some of the hits from the band U2. Songs like "Bad" and "Desire" are just some of the songs you'll hear. In fact Mahoney played U2 during his first ever performance at Minnetonka High School.
Tickets for this show are $30 in advance and $33 at the door. The first show hits the stage tonight, with the second show tomorrow.