Tickets may be purchased in person up to the concert time
Mainstage concerts begin at 8 PM. There is a cash bar in the Lobby beginning at 7 PM to allow for social time and an opportunity to enjoy the current art exhibits before the concert. Please note, beverages (other thanbottled water) are not allowed in the performance theater. Doors to the performance theater open at 7:30 PM.
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The Squirrel Nut Zippers(SNZ) are bringing their joyous, raucous Christmas Caravan Tour back this season and, this year, they’re performing all of the hits from Christmas past!
This show is a must-see for any true music lover. Inspired by 1920s jazz, klezmer and vaudeville, SNZ’s endlessly curious and innovative leader Jimbo Mathus has concocted a sound truly unique and original. No other artist of his generation has embraced and synthesized eclectic influences in such a seamless, authentic manner. This unique blend is on full display with the Christmas Caravan show.
The Squirrel Nut Zippers began their musical journey in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in the mid 1990’s, as a musician’s escape from the cookie cutter world of modern rock radio at the time. Jimbo Mathus along with wife Katherine Whalen and drummer Chris Phillips formed the band as a casual musical foray playing for friends and family around town. It wasn’t long before the band(which had grown in size) developed a reputation for pioneering a quirky mix of jazz chords, folk music, and punk rock leanings and attracted a national audience.
Hopkins Center for the Arts events are made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
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