Two more upcoming Myth concerts are moving to the State Theatre.
Snow Patrol (Sept. 10) and Marilyn Manson (Sept. 14) will perform at the Minneapolis theater, promoter Live Nation said Thursday, following the abrupt closing and ownership battle at the Maplewood mega-club.
Myth's owner, Michael Ogren, who has vowed to reopen the club by Sept. 1, has asked a judge to grant a restraining order against investor Steve Sadowski. Sadowski, who had taken control of the venue, has denied Ogren's claims against him.
Tickets for the two concerts can be exchanged on a first-come, first-served basis at the State Theatre box office. Since the theater has reserved seats, and Myth is/was general admission, it pays to exchange right away to get better seats. Neither show has outsold the State's smaller capacity, so new tickets can be purchased. Refunds can be obtained at the point of original purchase.
Regina Spektor's concert scheduled there Sept. 11 had already relocated to the State.