FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

RESCHEDULING FOR 2021: THE TUBES featuring Fee Waybill and SMITHEREENS with guest vocalist Marshall Crenshaw

Doors - 7:00 pm / Show - 8:00 pm This event is 21+
Adv. General $37, Silver $47 & Gold $52 (Does Not Include Tax and Fees)

THE TUBES’ WEBSITE

SMITHEREENS’ WEBSITE

We are working on Rescheduling this show for 2021.  We will email ticket holders once we know the new date.  Please Call our Box Office at 763-478-6661 if you have any questions.  Thank you!

 

*Must Present a Valid ID for Admittance. Tickets are Not Refundable.

For GOLD and SILVER Seating – You are assigned to a specific Table, but not a specific seat. Seats at that table are on a first come, first serve basis. No Standing Allowed in the Gold or Silver Sections.

For GENERAL Seating – Tables and Chairs on the Outside of Dance Floor. Not Assigned Seats and First Come, First Serve.

  • This show is 21 Years and Older.
  • Tickets are $5 More Day of Show.
  • Ticket Price Includes a $4 Facility Charge.
  • Free Parking!

For Questions email us at Medina@MedinaEntertainment.com or Call the Medina Box Office 763-478-6661. All Dates, Prices, Times, and Bands are Subject to Change. Medina Inn 763-478-9770.

The San Francisco band, THE TUBES, pioneered theatrics in rock ‘n’ roll long before MTV and music video made it fashionable. Led by lead singer Fee Waybill – known for an array of characters which include iconic, glam-rocking, stacked-heel vocalist Quay Lewd and punk parody Johnny Bugger – The Tubes’ current line-up also includes original members; drummer Prairie Prince, guitarist Roger Steen and bassist Rick Anderson along with longtime keyboardist David Medd.

Founded in New Jersey in 1980, The Smithereens have been creating electrifying, original rock’n’roll for 39 years. As The Smithereens’ fame escalated, they were in heavy rotation on MTV and appeared on The Tonight Show, Conan O’Brien, and Saturday Night Live.  The Smithereens’ take no prisoners sound has resonated with fans worldwide over the course of 17 albums and 2500+ live shows. And with the 2017 passing of Pat DiNizio, the surviving members decided to persevere and carry on their musical legacy with guest vocalists Marshall Crenshaw.