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Week of June 14, 2010 – free outdoor concert sites

Peavey Plaza… next to Orchestra Hall in downtown Minneapolis Peavey Plaza is in full swing with Tunes at Noon and Alive After 5 through June, then Sommerfest in July… pick up food in the food tents or bring your own and relax, munch and enjoy the music…

Northrop Plaza… U of M launched their 56th annual Summer at Northrop free summer concert series this week showing the best in a wide range of local talent… at Northrop Plaza weekdays 12-1, plus several evening concerts… also serving lunch at Northrop Grill…

Lake Harriet Bandshell… with concerts daily throughout the summer in a picturesque setting Lake Harriet Bandshell is the signature venue for free summer concerts… concession stand, nearby swimming beach, walk around the lake… 2010 concert schedule

Mears Park… home of the Twin Cities Jazz Festival which starts June 17 in St. Paul's Lowertown… free concerts Thursdays throughout the summer, with movies after the concerts July 22-August 26… peaceful downtown neighborhood square with waterfall and stream… St. Paul Music in the Parks 2010 concert schedule

Father Hennepin Bluffs Park… on the NE side of the Stone Arch Bridge by St. Anthony Main has free concerts every Monday & Wednesday… this weekend continuous music on 4 stages for the annual Stone Arch Festival of the Arts


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Centennial Lakes Park… not only does Edina's Centennial Lakes Park offer free daily concerts and entertainment Monday-Thursday throughout the summer (plus Thursday night movies after the live entertainment), they also have a backup plan in case of bad weather… if it rains, most performances move from the Maetzold Amphiteather to the nearby indoor Edinborough Park amphitheater, which hosts free concerts and entertainment throughout the winter…


About Sharlene Hensrud

I love what I do! Highly insightful, analytical and creative, there is nothing I love more than helping you find the right solution for your real estate transition. My mission is to serve my clients with honesty and integrity, exceeding their expectations in service and support… and to help others by donating a portion of every transaction to Habitat for Humanity.

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