2022 - 2023 Season

We'll be announcing concerts throughout the year rather than an entire season. And, each time we announce, Members have a week advance chance to purchase before they go on sale to the public. So watch for updates and check back often.



Tuesday - Friday: 12 - 4 PM

Saturdays of Concerts: 3 - 8:30 PM


Online 24/7

Day of Concert Hours:

  • Online ticket sales close at 4 PM
  • Phone ticket sales close at 6 PM
  • 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. Doors to the performance theater open at 7:30 PM. 

After Dark Music Lounge concerts begin at 7 PM. There is a cash bar in the performance space and doors open for general admission seating at 6:30 PM.

For more information about our refund and exchange policies, parking, and more, visit: CONCERT INFORMATION & TICKET POLICIES

Please note: Tickets are non-refundable, however Booking Protect coverage is available for purchase when buying tickets. Please review their guidelines to understand what is covered as a refundable circumstance.

Booking Protect Terms and Conditions 



Mainstage concerts are reserved seats. All concerts begin at 8 pm, with an opportunity to enjoy current art exhibits, social time with your friends and a cash bar in the lobby beginning at 7 pm.

Website Banner Marty Stuart 3.4.23

Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives 

Saturday, March 4, 2023 at 8 PM

Five-time Grammy winner, platinum recording artist, and AMA Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Marty Stuart, has long been revered as one of the most accomplished singers in country music. From his beginnings as a 13-year old mandolin player in Lester Flatt’s band, to touring with Johnny Cash and solo country hits in the early 1990s, Stuart has mastered every conceivable musical style from gospel to bluegrass to hillbilly rock. With the talented Fabulous Superlatives along for the ride, this singer-songwriter celebrates American roots music and lights up the stage with rockabilly, honky tonk and traditional country music.

Standard: $71 Economy: $61 Members: $66/$56

Marty Stuart VIP Package / $201, includes:

  • One premium seat, with admission to a private pre-show event featuring a two-song performance by Marty and the Superlatives, along with a  Q&A storytelling session with Marty and band. 
  • One VIP Laminate and Lanyard
  • Crowd-Free Merchandise Shopping 
  • One 8X10 Personalized Photo


Website Banner Ruthie Foster 3.11.23

Ruthie Foster   

Saturday, March 11, 2023 at 8 PM

Ruthie Foster is a four-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter who mixes a wide palette of American song forms, from gospel and blues to jazz, folk and soul. Described by Rolling Stone as “pure magic to watch and hear,” her vocal talent was elevated in worship services at her community church. Drawing influence from legendary acts like Mavis Staples and Aretha Franklin, Foster developed a unique sound unable to be contained within a single genre. That uniqueness echoes a common theme in Ruthie’s life and career - marching to the beat of her own drum. Ruthie’s new album “Healing Time” is out November 18th.

Standard: $45  Economy: $35  Members: $40/ $30


Website Banner Pure Prairie League 3.18.23

Pure Prairie League

Saturday March 18, 2023 at 8 PM

Country rockers Pure Prairie League took their name from an obscure 19th century Temperance Union mentioned in the 1939 film, “Dodge City.” But this distinctly American band, with it’s 50 year career and long line of top hits, escaped obscurity long ago. Although fan favorites right out of the gate it took a number of years before PPL, formed by vocalist/guitar player Craig Fuller, had their first hit.

They couldn’t have picked a better way to start, and “AIMEE” not only put PPL on the map, but went onto become perhaps the most well-known and beloved country rock song of all time. Somewhere along the line Fuller left to replace Lowell George in Little Feat, but PPL continued to grow and prosper, with Mike Reilly as well as Country superstar Vince Gill, who was part of the band for a short time. Fuller eventually came back, and stayed for over a decade. Although Fuller is retired from full time touring, he sometimes joins the band for occasional shows. PPL continues to tour and treat their legions of loyal fans to music that sounds as good today as it did when it was first performed.

“People come to hear the music the way it was played back then,” Fuller says. “We may have improved on the fidelity, but when we do a song off one of our records, we do it just as it was recorded.”Whether they are “Pickin To Beat The Devil,” or taking you riding down a “Two Lane Highway,” PPL is a sure fire good time.

Standard: $50  Economy: $40 Members: $45/ $35


Website Banner After Dark Music Lounge Series

After Dark Music Lounge

An all new music series featuring Minnesota based musicians in an intimate setting. Concerts will be in the Black Box Theater. All tickets are general admission. $12 in advance, $15 at the door. Concerts at 7pm. Theater doors open and cash bar service begins at 6:30pm. 

Watch for more upcoming shows!

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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