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Final Four

Final Four Series Lineup

Final Four Series Lineup

Emily Beckmann

Final Four Series Lineup

Emily Beckmann

Emily Beckmann

Final Four Series Lineup

Emily Beckmann, Writer

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The tournament is coming and so are the Jonas Brothers

The Final Four tournament is a big deal for basketball lovers around the world. This year, the NCAA Men’s basketball final four concerts will be held at The Armory in Minneapolis on Saturday, April 6, and Monday, April 8. The Final Four is bringing several exciting events to the Twin Cities. There will be parades, open practices, autographs and signings and the games themselves. A majority of these events are free to the community 18 years and younger. the Final Four Fest is at the Minneapolis Convention Center all taking place on April 5.  There will be a sports-filled experience, including:  interactive games, special celebrity and athlete appearances and more.

One thing that the Final Four weekend provides is the free March Madness Music Series. On Friday, April 5 The Chainsmokers will be performing a concert at The Armory singing hit song closer. The Jonas Brothers will also perform a free concert from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, April 6 singing their hit song Sucker. Singing hit songs Fireworks and Roar, The last performer will be Katy Perry and Zedd, performing from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on April 7.

All of these concerts will be performed at The Armory and are free of charge. The armory is located at 500 South 6th St, Minneapolis. Madi Flynn said, “I am pretty excited to see The Jonas Brothers perform together again and it is pretty cool that it is free.”  Tailgating throughout the weekend will be along Nicollet Mall and is free and open to the public all weekend. There will be several activities, a giant ferris wheel, the main stage, samples of food and beverages and a Buffalo Wild Wings sports lounge. Being a Minnesotan around the Twin Cities area pays off when one of the biggest events is being held just an hour away.

 

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