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Ritz Theater
345 13th Ave NE Minneapolis, MN 55413
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We went to a weekend show, and they have parking arranged in the lot across the street from the Ritz Theater. Follow to the signs through the first lot to the back lot.
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We brought Anchor Fish and Chips into Dangerous Man's tap room. Great idea!
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"Up From the Delta"
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attended Nov 18 2011

Boys N the Barrels were excellent. The Frogs croaked. Poorly prepared. Sound system manaement was bad. Overall, it was OK.

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Visit the websites of the Fattenin’ Frogs , The Boys ‘N’ the Barrels and Javier & The Innocent Sons .


In 2001, O Brother Where Art Thou and producer T-Bone Burnett won the Grammy for Best Album, beating out the likes of U2 and Bob Dylan. The album is credited with bringing bluegrass and blues back to the main stage and has inspired everyone involved with Up From the Delta.

Berek Awend of The Fattenin’ Frogs sums up the impact of the album and the movie, “‘O Brother, Where Art Thou introduced me to the roots of American music. It made me dig deeper and learn about the roots of blues, country, gospel and bluegrass. For a Jewish kid from St. Louis Park, these were topics that required a guide. The Coen Brothers and O Brother [Where Art Thou] were the guides that provided a common thread to find people to play music with and play music for."

About the Ticket Supplier: The Directors

Loring Theater is operated by The Directors, LLP, which produces and presents performing arts along the Directors Network of venues in second and third tier markets across the Midwest. This network includes operations at Loring Theater in Minneapolis. We also operate The Directors Studios in Northeast Minneapolis, a rehearsal and development space for artists and organizations in the Twin Cities.