great!. Hands down the best club in minneapolis! Everything about this place is great! If you go here you will be happy and leave happy! Be sure to go upstairs for drinks!
ubercool. Fisrt Ave is by far the best Dance club in the TC. From the employees to the music this club is uberfun.
first ave is past its prime. I have memories of going to First Ave when I was younger, I've seen a lot of shows there. But I've also seen the decline of the building and staff. It's definately lost the appeal it once had.
GRUNDGE. Don't dress up honey...cause you're gonna be full of dirt and alcohol. OKAY???? I love First Avenue..though they need to clean up the joint...it's truly a place you can be yourself..whoEVA you are and enjoy the hard techno crap they play. BARELY any hip hop, however they're open later than all clubs in the TC...because they allow 18+ after 1AM. If you don't mind pierced, overly tattooed, 18+, 40+, all types...of people...Check out First Ave.
Hey I know You!!!. First off (no pun)...First Avenue is the main spot for all up a comming musicians..who just love to hang out ...the place is a great place to meet that special..special!!!...come on down to First av...it wont be your first..and it will not be your last!!!..rock on garth..
Enter late at the Entry. I love this place for a show...but it's tough on a weeknight for a working person over 30...headliners rarely start before 11pm...even on a Monday...Come On. Why? Start the music earlier please. There is not much else to do there but stand and drink (which I am sure is why they start so late) and wait and wait...makes me not attend a lot of weeknight shows here...
The Best Music Club in the World. I have never been disappointed in a show at First Avenue, even when the band has been bad or there are too many people. This is THE must-see attraction in the Twin Cities.
the legendary. they've had them all play there. the mats, soul asylum, husker du and prince. they all have their roots there. who can claim that?
Refreshing. Provides a bit of origionality is this often monotonous city. I saw Steve Kimock in the end of March and the performance was etherial. Because of the atmosphere of the venue, you are able to get up close and personal with the performers and still have easy access to the bar.
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