Join us at our booth near the corner of Judson and Nelson! We have some fantastic programming for you from singing to science, from food to music. Plan to stop by:
9am - 10am: Classical MPR Choral Sing-Along with Tesfa Wondemagegnehu
11am – Noon: MPR News Podcast Taping: Brains On!
1pm - 2pm: MPR News Taping: Kerri Miller Foodie Roundtable
3pm – 7pm: The Current Live In Booth Broadcast with host Mark Wheat
4:30pm: Live performance - Haley Bonar
September 15, 7:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets
October 25, 7:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets
November 6, 7:00pm | Minneapolis, MN | Tickets
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