• The Hook Mpls

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  • Built To Last Festivl

    Saturday, September 22 @ 4:20pm
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    3010 Minnehaha Ave S.

The Hook & Ladder

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Built To Last Festival IV

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September 22 @ 4:20 PM

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The Hook and Ladder Theater,
3010 Minnehaha Ave Minneapolis , 55406 United States
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Description

A multi stage festival event celebrating the music of The Grateful Dead featuring the legendary Peter Rowan, Minnesota’s hottest jamgrassers Kind Country, plus a gathering of the Midwest top Dead tribute bands! 
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Getting Here

  • Getting here by Light Rail
    The METRO Blue Line offers fast, quiet light-rail service between downtown Minneapolis and Mall of America. Dozens of bus routes connect with the train at the Lake St/Midtown station, making the Hook and Ladder very accessible thru Metro Transit.
  • Getting here by Bus
    Lake St.and Minnehaha Ave offer many bus route choices and connectivity points. Plan your trip to The Hook here at Metro Transit
  • Getting here by Car
    You’ll probably use your smart phone for directions, but this is what to expect when you get here. We have a small lot to the North & South of the venue available for parking. We also encourage street parking to the West on Snelling Ave. A casual walk through the 3rd Precinct driveway and you will arrive at the venue.
  • Parking
    The Hook & Ladder Theater has a parking lot on the south side of the firehouse. The theater also has a small number of designated parking spots along the north side of the building for use. There is also free parking along Snelling Ave, which runs parallel with Minnehaha, and many nearby parking lots are accommodating local businesses like The Hook by allowing evening event parking, such as the large Rainbow Foods lot just across Lake Street. 
  • ENTRANCE
    The Hook and Ladder has (2) glass-door entrances to the building, one on the north side and another on the south side of the building. The Box-offioce is just inside the hallway as you enter the theater lounge.

Concert Schedule

The Hook and Ladder presents a wide variety of ticketed concerts with the very lowest ticketing fees in the Twin Cities.

  • Date
  • Event
  • Description
    • Date
      September 14, 2018
      7:30 PM
    • Event
      ouTposT - Live Music & Storytelling
      $20
    • Description
      Do you like gripping poets? Snappy storytellers? Virtuoso musicians? How about ALL THREE in one place? This is your show! Outpost is a stage for travelers - a place where we hear eachothers' stories, both the uncannily familiar and the utterly new, and where we can restore ourselves for the journey ahead. Featuring musicians Sam Bergman, Roma Duncan, Rena Kraut, Sarah Grimes, Silver Ainomäe, Phala Tracy, Mabel Kwan, and Carrie Henneman Shaw and stage artists Steven Epp, Taiyon Coleman, and Brandi Brown.
    • Date
      September 16, 2018
      6:30 PM
    • Event
      Sonic Love Child - Music In The House Series
    • Description
      Sonic Love Child is: Dave Alderson: lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin, octave mandolin; Nicole Navratil: lead and harmony vocals, hand percussion; Mark Hoornbeek: lead guitar and mandolin, vocals; Shirley Fors: harmony vocals
    • Date
      September 20, 2018
      6:30 PM
    • Event
      Gilded Palace Sinners - Gram Parsons Tribute Show
      $7/10
    • Description
      The Gilded Palace Sinners perform the music of Gram Parsons, the International Submarine Band, Sweethearts of the Rodeo-era Byrds, the Flying Burrito Brothers, and the great duets Gram sang with Emmylou Harris. The 11-piece band features a bevy of talented musicians from popular Americana bands such as Urban Hillbilly Quartet, Platte Valley Boys, Beguine Brothers, Switched at Birth, Dead Pigeons, Wilkinson James, and Middle Spunk Creek Boys.
    • Date
      September 22, 2018
      4:20 PM
    • Event
      Built To Last Festival IV
      $15
    • Description
      A multi stage festival event celebrating the music of The Grateful Dead featuring the legendary Peter Rowan, Minnesota’s hottest jamgrassers Kind Country, plus a gathering of the Midwest top Dead tribute bands! 
    • Date
      September 23, 2018
      7:00 PM
    • Event
      HUMBIRD, Shane Leonard, Roscoe & Etta
      $8/10
    • Description
      Whee! FREE as a bird... Rail Tale Tour from Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon with a hometown stop in Minneapolis! HUMBIRD with special guest Shane Leonard and Roscoe & Etta (Maia Sharp & Anna Schulze)
    • Date
      September 27, 2018
      7:00 PM
    • Event
      Samuel & Davis - Soul Legends Show
      $15/18
    • Description
      Soul Legends Show featuring Samuel & Davis The Samuel and Davis show will feature songs such as “Soul Man”, “Hold On, I’m Comin” and many, many more. Jan and Cedric will be bringing the 60’s and 70's music alive in the new millennium.
    • Date
      September 28, 2018
      7:30 PM
    • Event
      Prohibition Swing Night
      $12/15
    • Description
      An evening of Prohibition-era swing and Gypsy Jazz with Mississippi Hot Club and The Gentlemen's Anti-Temperance League. Swing dancers and 1920s-30s costumes welcome.
    • Date
      September 29, 2018
      8:00 PM
    • Event
      Honey Island Swamp Band
      $18/22
    • Description
      Honey Island Swamp Band September 29 at The Hook and Ladder Theater Honey Island Swamp Band's music has been described as "Bayou Americana", with timeless songs from Wilkinson & Mulé, highlighted by Mulé's searing guitar, Wilkinson's sure-handed mandolin, and 4-part vocal harmonies, all anchored by the powerful groove of Price & Paul's Louisiana stomp rhythm section.
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