Twin Cities Calendar for September
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September is the Minnesota State Fair, the Minnesota Vikings, Wacipi (powwows), Booya (stew), and school.
Watch for school buses and their riders.

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1   Minnesota Show

Minnesota State Fair

Minnesota State Fair 
3    Aventurera

Minnesota State Fair

  Labor Day
     Sam Hunt

Minnesota State Fair
5   Brockhampton 6   full moon

Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' Band, State Theatre  
   full moon  
7    Conor Oberst 8   Everclear
     Joan Osborne
     John Prine
     Trophy film
     U2 with Beck
U2 at USbank Stadium
9    Energy Fair
      Firefighter Block
      Monarch Fest

Monarch Festival at Lake Nokomis Park
10   Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama at Beth El Synagogue
11   Vikings

Minnesota Vikings football at USBank Stadium
12   Oh Wonder
       Samantha Fish


14   John Mulaney
15   Kard

Aladdin opens at the Orpheum Theatre
16   Gopher football
       Matchbox 20
& Counting Crows

U of M football at TCF Stadium
17   Apocalyptica
       TV - Emmys
       TV - Vietnam War
18   19    Orchestra (outside) 20  Gorillaz
      Rhiannon Giddens
Gorillaz, Roy Wilkins
21    Rosh Hashanah
        Wild hockey
22   Fall begins (90° ?!?)
Dan Wilson
       Dark Tranquillity
       Kenny Rogers
23   Booya
       FinnFest Women
       Political Trauma Stress
  Wild hockey

24   Vikings

Minnesota Vikings football at USBank Stadium
25 26    The Buffalo Show 27  St Paul Mayoral Candidates
      Stuff You Should Know
28    Charles Bradley
29   Mavericks30    Yom Kippur
        35W closed (94-62)
        Gopher football
        Wild hockey

U of M football at TCF Stadium

Twin Cities Calendar for September  2017

Friday, September 1

Minnesota State Fair     State Fair - day 9 record attendance: 187,066

Marvel's Inhumans (IMAX, TV)

Minnesota Show with Garrison Keillor, Grandstand, State Fair (7:45p, $28+)

Sza, First Avenue (6pm, $25, sold out)

Sep 1, 3: Lynx basketball, Xcel Center

Sep 1, 2, 22, 24:  Gopher Volleyball, Sports Pavilion (Maturi Pavilion?!?)

Saturday, September 2

   Minnesota State Fair

Sunday, September 3

   Minnesota State Fair     State Fair - day 11 record attendance: 242,759

Aventurera, State Theatre (6pm, $69+, in Spanish)

Monday, September 4

Labor Day

   Minnesota State Fair
Sam Hunt, Grandstand, State Fair (7p, $58+)

Tuesday, September 5

Brockhampton, First Avenue (6pm, $18, sold out)

Wednesday, September 6
full moon   full moon

TajMo: Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' Band, State Theatre (7:30pm, $49+)

Thursday, September 7

Conor Oberst, Palace Theatre (7pm, $35)

Friday, September 8

Everclear, Cabooze (7:30pm, $35)

Joan Osborne, O'Shaughnessy (7:30pm, $22+)

John Prine, Northrop, UofM (8pm, $63+)

Trophy film
Trophy film

U2 with Beck, USbank Stadium
U2 with Beck, USbank Stadium (7:30pm, $93+)

Yes, Treasure Island Casino (8pm, $47+)

Sep 8-10: Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Wacipi, St Peter's Church, Mendota, MN ($5)

Saturday, September 9

Firefighters Block Party for Operation Warm, Fulton Brewery Taproom, 414 6th Av N, Minneapolis (5pm, $10) 

Monarch Festival at Lake Nokomis Park
Monarch Festival, northeast corner of Lake Nokomis Park, Mpls (10am-4pm, free)
     E Nokomis Parkway, E Minnehaha Park, & Woodlawn Boulevard

Prof Outdoors, Cabooze (4pm, $25+)

Sep 9-10: Dakota Gathering & Homecoming Wacipi, Wapasha Prairie, Unity Park, Winona, MN

Sep 9-10: Energy Fair, Harriet Island Park, St. Paul (Sat 9a-11p, Sun 9a-5p)

Sunday, September 10

Michelle Obama at Beth El Synagogue
Michelle Obama, Beth El Synagogue, St. Louis Park (7pm, $100+)

Monday, September 11

Minnesota Vikings football at USBank Stadium
Vikings football v. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, USbank Stadium (noon, Fox-9)

Tuesday, September 12

Oh Wonder, First Avenue (6pm, $30)

Samantha Fish, The Cedar (7:30pm, $18, standing)

Thursday, September 14

John Mulaney, Northrop, UofM (7pm & 10pm, $25+)

Friday, September 15

Kard, State Theatre (8pm, $59+)

Sep 15-16:  Shyamali: Sprouting Words, Ananya Dance Theatre, O'Shaughnessy (7:30pm)

Sep 15-17:  Nativity County Fair (for kids), 1900 Stanford Av, St. Paul

Aladdin at the Orpheum Theatre
Sep 15 - Oct 8:  Aladdin musical, Orpheum Theatre

Saturday, September 16

U of M football at TCF Stadium
Gopher football, TCF Stadium

Matchbox 20 & Counting Crows, Treasure Island Casino, Prairie Island Mdewakanton, Welch MN (7pm, $62+)

Sunday, September 17

Apocalyptica, Pantages Theatre (8pm, $30+)  -  Metallica by 4 Cellos

Best of the Wurst, Sociable Cider Werks, 1500 Fillmore St NE, Minneapolis (2-6pm, $35+)

Emmy Awards, WCCO-CBS (7pm)

Vietnam War, TPT-PBS (7pm)

Tuesday, September 19

Minnesota Orchestra (outside), Commons, 425 Portland Av S, Minneapolis (6pm, free)

Wednesday, September 20

Gorillaz, Roy Wilkins
Gorillaz, Roy Wilkins (7:30p, $70+)

Insane Clown Posse, Cabooze (5:30pm, $30)

Rhiannon Giddens, O'Shaughnessy (7:30pm, $27+)

Thursday, September 21

Rosh Hashanah

Wild hockey, Xcel Center

Friday, September 22

Fall begins  
90° ?!?

Dan Wilson, Fitzgerald Theater (8pm, $46+)

Dark Tranquillity, Cabooze (7:30pm, $20+)

Kenny Rogers, Grand Casino - Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, Onamia, MN (7pm, $55+)

Sep 22-24: Mahkato Wacipi, Dakota Wokisuye Makoce (Land of Memories Park), Mankato, MN ($7)

Saturday, September 23

Booya, Sherwood Lounge, 1418 White Bear Av N, St Paul (9am-noon, $4-bowl or $8-quart)

FinnFest Women, O'Shaughnessy (7:30pm, $30)

Journey tribute, Cabooze (9pm, $10+)

Political Trauma Stress, Irene Greene Growth & Training, 2100 S 1st Av (south of Franklin), Minneapolis (8:30am, $25 registration)

Wild hockey, Xcel Center

Sunday, September 24

Minnesota Vikings football at USBank Stadium
Vikings football v. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, USbank Stadium (noon, Fox-9)

Weeknd, Xcel Center (7:30pm, $40+)

Tuesday, September 26

The Buffalo Show, Bryant-Lake Bowl (7pm, $10) 
Oyate Hotanin (“Voice of the People”) with Strong Buffalo & The Custard Kid

Wednesday, September 27

St Paul Mayoral Candidate Forum, Hallie Q. Brown Community Center, 270 Kent St N, St Paul (7pm-8:30pm)

Stuff You Should Know, Pantages Theatre (8pm, $25+)

Thursday, September 28

Charles Bradley & Extraordinaries, Fitzgerald Theater (8pm, $38+, cancelled)

Xenophobia - Evelyn Nakano Glenn, Northrop's Best Buy Theater, U of M (3:30pm, free)
Settler Colonial Legacies: U.S. Racial Formation, American Exceptionalism and White Nationalist Xenophobia

Friday, September 29

Mavericks, State Theatre (8pm, $54+)

Sep 29-30: Marathon Health & Fitness Expo, RiverCentre

Saturday, September 30

Yom Kippur

35w closed from I-94 to 62-crosstown (Friday, Sep 29-early Monday, Oct 2)

U of M football at TCF Stadium
Gopher football, TCF Stadium

Somali American Community Dinner - Strengthening Our Relationship, State Capitol  (7:30p)

Wild hockey, Xcel Center

Ask Twin Cities Calendar: What is Booya?  booya
Booya is thick soup or thin stew, cooked in giant kettles. Boil-ya?  It's a harvest mix of everything the cook decided it should be. A recipe for booya calls for throwing the recipe book into the kettle. Slurp! Mmmm, nothing tastes better than the printed page.

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