Shakopee Area Happenings: January 11 – 13

There is always something fun and exciting happening in the Shakopee area. Check out some of the great things going on January 11 – 13:

Regional Snocross

January 12 & 13 – Canterbury Park

Canterbury Park is hosting another exciting weekend of snocross racing. Bundle up and take in the action for only $15.00 per day or $25.00 for a weekend pass.

Brian McKnight

 January 11 – Mystic Lake Casino

McKnight has earned a spot in contemporary music history by releasing 19 albums over the past 25 years, selling more than 30 million albums worldwide. See him perform at the Mystic Showroom at 8pm.

Home Improvement and Design Expo

January 12 – Canterbury Park

Visit up to 150 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services to help you turn your dream home into a reality, including:

  • Architects
  • Lawn and garden experts
  • Remodelers
  • Interior designers
  • Bathroom pros
  • Exterior Contractors
  • Financing Experts
  • General contractors

Admission is $6 or free with a donation of a non-perishable food item.

Human Nature: Jukebox – The Ultimate Playlist LIVE!

January 13 – Mystic Lake Casino

Human Nature, along with their band and world-class dancers, take fans on a journey through decades of musical genres. The Las Vegas headliners effortlessly blend retro cool with contemporary hits to bring audiences the ultimate jukebox party.

Dangerfield’s Comedy: Darlene Westgor & Alvin Irby

January 11 & 12 – Dangerfield’s Restaurant

Dangerfield’s Comedy is known for the most intimate comedy and dinner show in the Twin Cities, bringing national acts to make you laugh out loud, and include an exceptional dining experience.

Holiday Inn

Through February 23 – Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

Enjoy a wonderful dinner from a variety of menu options before seeing Irving Berlin’s delightful musical, Holiday Inn.

Pink Floyd’s The Wall: A Rock Ballet

January 11 – 13 – Ames Center

Twin Cities Ballet’s original, full-length Rock Ballet Pink Floyd’s “The Wall”, with live music from Run Like Hell, returns to the Ames Center stage. The event features an incredible collaboration of local artists: choreographers, dancers, and musicians, and demonstrates TCB’s artistic vision, innovation, and its dancers’ versatility.

Click HERE for our full list of area events.


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