The Northrop Auditorium is a concert venue part of the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus. The building was constructed by Clarence H. Johnston, the same architect who designed the brownstones on Summit Avenue where F. Scott Fitzgerald lived for years. The auditorium was named for former University of Minnesota president, Cyrus Northrop, who held the post for almost 30 years until 1911. Northrop Auditorium Tickets are on sale today!
Over the years, the Northrop Auditorium has been home to ballet performances, jazz recitals, comedic acts, and modern music concerts. Past performers include everyone from k.d.lang to the Goo Goo Dolls, Nora Jones, Dolly Parton, and Louie Anderson, a former Minnesotan himself. One of the Northrop's biggest parts is its historic organ which was built in the 1930s and is completely unaltered and in prime original condition for the past 75 years.
The Northrop Auditorium is bringing acts like Sheryl Crow, Flamenco Dance, and the Russian National Ballet to its stages. Whether you are in search of fine cultural performances or popular radio hits, the Northrop Auditorium will meet your needs. To purchase Northrop Auditorium tickets, click on the "Buy Tickets" button and view the complete Northrop Auditorium Events Calendar. Purchase Northrop Auditorium Tickets today! Northrop Auditorium Tickets go fast!
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