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Canterbury Concert Series

All Shows: Gates open 6:00PM; Show 7:00PM
Concerts are Rain or Shine

Canterbury Park is bringing National Top Music Acts back out to the Track for the 2022 Canterbury Concert Series!

Our intimate, outdoor venue offers a perfect backdrop for summer music in Minnesota. Enjoy your choice of reserved seating, VIP table service and First-Come, First-Served General Admission.

Pit access for VIP and reserved seating ticket holders only!

Canterbury's Outdoor Concert Venue Features:
  • Comfortable Fixed Individual Seating
  • Outstanding Sightlines & Acoustics
  • Close Proximity to the Stage
  • Stage-Front Dance Area
  • Indoor Restrooms
  • Ample Food & Bar Service
  • Unique Trackside Setting & Views
  • VIP Seating Tableside Cocktail Service
The main entrance for Concert Series Shows will be located by the Canterbury Card Casino.

2022 Concert Line Up
Friday, July 29: Everclear + Special Guest The Brevet
Friday, August 5: Anderson East + Special Guest Aaron Raitiere
Tuesday, August 9: Melissa Etheridge + Rett Madison
Friday, August 12: Marc Cohn + Randall Bramblett
Tuesday, August 16: Gov't Mule
Friday, August 19: Cloud Cult + Superior Siren
Friday, August 26: Martina McBride + Special Guest Emily Haavik
Friday, September 2: St. Paul and the Minneapolis Funk All Stars + Special Guest Purple Funk Minneapolis
Friday, September 9: Yonder Mountain String Band + The Lil Smokies
Friday, September 16: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue + DJ Brian Engel of Hipshaker

All Shows: Gates open 6:00PM; Show 7:00PM



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Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
That sense of excitement and liberation is palpable on Lifted, Trombone Shorty’s second release for Blue Note Records, which opens with the addictive “Come Back.” Fueled by a bottom-heavy rhythm section, buoyant keys, and bright flashes of brass.

KWIK TRIP VIP SECTION

Located on the Main Level
Kwik Trip VIP ticket holders will receive admission to the Concert, a premium table or high-top seating in the reserved area on a deck right in front of the stage. VIPs will also be able to enjoy tableside cocktail service throughout the concert, a full cash bar, as well as restaurant menu options.


CUTWATER BALCONY

Cutwater Balcony Ticket Holders will receive admission to the Concert and a high table for four on the Top of the Grandstand Balcony, providing an excellent view of the stage and easy access to the bar. Cutwater Balcony Tables include a complementary four-pack of Cutwater Can Cocktails

Reserved Seating

Our reserved seating section offers comfortable, private seats in our grandstand balcony with easy bar access and amazing site lines and sound quality.

Reserved seating ticket holders have access to the stage-front dance area when open.

Reserved Seating located on Mezzanine Level which can be accessed through the escalator to 2nd Floor.

General Admission

General admission ticket holders will have access to select grandstand seating sections on a first come first serve basis (No lawn chairs are allowed).

GA tickets do not include access to stage-front dance area.

Reserved Seating located on Mezzanine Level which can be accessed through the escalator to 2nd Floor.




TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE

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Take a listen to Lifted, Trombone Shorty’s second release for Blue Note Records, and you’ll hear that same ecstatic energy coursing through the entire collection. Recorded at Shorty’s own Buckjump Studio with producer Chris Seefried (Fitz and the Tantrums, Andra Day), the album finds the GRAMMY-nominated NOLA icon and his bandmates tapping into the raw power and exhilarating grooves of their legendary live show, channeling it all into a series of tight, explosive performances that blur the lines between funk, soul, R&B, and psychedelic rock. The writing is bold and self-assured, standing up to hard times and loss with grit and determination, and the playing is muscular to match, mixing pop gleam with hip-hop swagger and second line abandon. Wild as all that may sound, Lifted is still the work of a master craftsman, and the album’s nimble arrangements and judicious use of special guests—from Gary Clark Jr. and Lauren Daigle to the rhythm section from Shorty’s high school marching band—ultimately yields a collection that’s as refined as it is rapturous, one that balances technical virtuosity and emotional release in equal measure as it celebrates music’s primal power to bring us all together.

Featuring Special Guest:
DJ Brian Engel of Hipshaker
One of the Twin Cities most preeminent DJ’s and vinyl experts, Brian Engel has been spinning rare funk and soul grooves about town for over two decades now. Brian has been a resident DJ at virtually every club in the Twin Cities and has been a part of the Hipshaker dance night (celebrating 20 years) as well as Hotpants and Worldwide Discotheque.

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
That sense of excitement and liberation is palpable on Lifted, Trombone Shorty’s second release for Blue Note Records, which opens with the addictive “Come Back.” Fueled by a bottom-heavy rhythm section, buoyant keys, and bright flashes of brass.
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