Indoor concerts are returning in the fall with two blasts from the past — the Monkees and the Alan Parsons Live Project — headed to Minneapolis' State Theatre.
For the Monkees, it will be their farewell tour. Actually, it's just two original surviving members of the Prefab Four, Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith. They will perform Nov. 7 at the State.
They promise material ranging from 1966's eponymous debut album to 2016's "Good Times." Last year, they released "The Monkees: The Mike and Micky Show Live." They brought their duo tour to Mystic Lake Casino in 2019.
Original members Davy Jones and Peter Tork died in 2012 and 2019, respectively.
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. on May 14 at ticketmaster.com.
Parsons will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of his "The Turn of a Friendly Card" album, with a tour that will bring him to the State on Sept. 22.
A longtime studio wiz known for engineering projects by Pink Floyd and Wings, Parsons scored with his own albums, including 1977's "I Robot." He won his first Grammy in 2019 for best immersive audio album for "Eye in the Sky" (35th anniversary edition).
Tickets will go on sale at noon on May 14 at ticketmaster.com.
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