New Minneapolis music venue reveals 2020 opening concert lineup

New Minneapolis music venue reveals 2020 opening concert lineup Photo: Courtesy of Owl Marketing

Updated: October 15, 2019 09:06 PM

The Fillmore Minneapolis announced its opening lineup of performers and concert dates on Tuesday. 

According to a news release, the venue, currently under construction at 525 N. 5th Street in Minneapolis' North Loop, will open on Feb. 12, 2020. The opening weekend will be hosted by Brandi Carlile. 


The shows are listed as follows:

  • Feb. 12: Brandi Carlile (Trio performing)
  • Feb. 13: Brandi Carlile (Full band)
  • Feb. 14: Brandi Carlile (Full band performing XOBC)
  • Feb. 15: Motion City Soundtrack
  • Feb. 16: Motion City Soundtrack
  • Feb. 17: Ty Dolla $ign
  • Feb. 21: Yung Gravy
  • Feb. 22: $uicideboy$
  • Feb. 27: Buddy Guy
  • Feb. 28: Rüfüs Du Sol 
  • March 3: Hayley Kiyoko
  • March 4: Sublime with Rome, with Jon Wayne and The Pain
  • March 7: Three 6 Mafia
  • March 12: LANCO
  • March 13: The Revivalists 
  • March 20: The Floozies with SunSquabi
  • March 21: Dillon Francis
  • March 27: Yultron presents "RAVE PROM" with special guests
  • March 28: Hippie Sabotage
  • April 10: The Disco Biscuits
  • April 11: The Disco Biscuits
  • April 17: Jonny Lang
  • April 29: Citizen Cope
  • May 14: Evanescence

 Renderings for new Fillmore Music Hall in Minneapolis revealed

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