Things To Do In The Twin Cities

Looking for something to do this week or weekend in Minneapolis & St. Paul? Below are some ideas to get you out and about in the Twin Cities!

Things To Do This Week in Minneapolis & St. Paul

Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival
The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival continues this week! Ticket pricing varies, with individual screenings at $15, there is also opportunities to buy multi-pack tickets, and all-access passes. Screenings will take place at the newly reopened MSP Film at the Main in Minneapolis, the Capri Theater in Minneapolis, the Landmark Center in St. Paul, and the Gray Duck Theater in Rochester. Check out the website for all films and events and parties – the festival will be running through May 19th.

Minnesota Twins vs Houston Astros
The Twins will be playing the Astros starting on Tuesday and wrapping up with the final game of the series on Thursday. The Twins are coming off of a sweep of their series with the Athletics, and both the Twins and Astros are near the top of their divisions. Wednesday is Star Wars T-Shirt day as well. Check website for tickets and pricing.

Things To Do This Weekend in Minneapolis & St. Paul

Minneapolis Vintage Market

Twin Cities Auto Show
The Twin Cities Auto Shows rolls into the State Fairgrounds starting this Saturday and running through Sunday, May 22nd. Monster trucks crushing cars, classic cars, luxury cars, fun cars, trucks, electric vehicles, and State Fair food will all be at the show! Tickets are $15 online, and $20 at the show.

Minneapolis Vintage Market
Vintage clothing, accessories and home goods vendors all in one spot! Plus food, beer, and coffee available for purchase as you get your vintage fix in, along with a photo booth and a DJ spinning during the market. The market takes places at the St. Louis Park ROC on Saturday – tickets are free for General Admission after 12pm, but you can buy an early bird shopping pass for $10.

The Nordly Live!
The Nordly, known for satirizing Minnesota culture and politics, is going live! The Nordly editors will host a night of comedy featuring some of Minnesotas best stand-ups. Tickets are $10 in advance, or $15 at the door, with the show taking place at Bryant Lake Bowl.

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