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Cabooze On The West Bank

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917 Cedar Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55404
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(612) 338-6425
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Cabooze On The West Bank - Minneapolis, MN

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Cabooze keeps the acts hot with March Fourth Marching Band on Sun 5/8. It is an incredible mix of marching band, circus, burlesque, punk rock, stilt walkers and fire dancers, and...

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GO SEE MARCH FOURTH MARCHING BAND 5/8 5/3/2011

Cabooze keeps the acts hot with March Fourth Marching Band on Sun 5/8. It is an incredible mix of marching band, circus, burlesque, punk rock, stilt walkers and fire dancers, and lots of fun. It will be the best show you see this year and you'll keep talking about it. I'm not even affiliated with the band, but I want everyone to get to enjoy them too!! more

Haven't played there since 2000 3/21/2009

Every time we check out the Cabooze its a good night. Love the staff. The bands we catch are always a treat. Sometimes we even get invited on stage for a tune or so. Very friendly. Great place. Pros: Workin Man's LIve Music Get Funky Bar Cons: We don't get down there enough more

On Track For A Good Time 1/4/2003

We've gone to the Cabooze on numerous occasions for concerts and have always had a great time. It's crowded, it's smoky, it's a little rough around the edges...but the bouncers are amazing at weeding out the occasional idiot, the staff is extremely efficient, the crowds generally are friendly and if Dave Wakeling is playing -- it's the best bar in town. more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Sitting across Cedar from an expansive railroad yard, this concert space is shaped like an enormous railroad caboose, with the stage located in the far corner of the room. Sightlines and acoustics are good almost everywhere. The Cabooze always feels as if it's just a working-class hangout where music happens to be on the bill. The crowd tends to be all over the map, but all seem to have a rabid appreciation for music.

  • 9/4/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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    Seward, Longfellow

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