Nightlife in Minneapolis St. Paul centers on downtown Minneapolis St. Paul, Uptown Minneapolis St. Paul. The University of Minnesota campus has plenty of bars and entertainment, and Northeast Minneapolis St. Paul is popular with hipsters.
Performing arts are thriving in Minnesota. The Minnesota Orchestra plays in their custom technicolor Orchestra Hall building in downtown Minneapolis St. Paul. For dance and performance arts, the Northrop Auditorium is where to see modern and classical dance from national and international performers. An oft-quoted myth is that Minneapolis St. Paul has more theater seats per capita than anywhere else in the nation save New York.
The sapphire-blue Guthrie Theater is the largest and most well-known theater in Minneapolis St. Paul, there's a whole theater district on the west side of downtown Minneapolis St. Paul and another collection of theaters in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. The Minneapolis St. Paul Fringe Festival is one of the nation's largest. Children can get their dose of culture at In The Heart of the Beast puppet theater, who as well as traditional puppet shows, produce the annual May Day parade and festival, a free street art extravaganza and festival that draws a hundred thousand spectators and participants.
Other major annual events in Minneapolis St. Paul include the Aquatennial festival in July, the series of Holidazzle parades in December, and the Loppet cross-country ski festival and races in February. And there's the Minnesota State Fair in late summer that's one of the largest and one of the best in the nation.
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