The Fine Line Music Cafe is housed in the Consortium building, an historic site constructed in 1907 and located in the edgy Warehouse District of Minneapolis, Minnesota. More specifically, you can find the Fine Line Music Cafe at 318 First Avenue North. The Fine Line was first imagined as a swanky night club catering to sophisticated customers who sought to enjoy music in a unique atmosphere. The grand opening was held in 1987 and first owner, Ruth Whitney, found instant success in bringing her vision to the Twin Cities audience. Fine Line Music Cafe venue tickets sold quickly due to the quality of nationally known performers--Cowboy Junkies, Indigo Girls, Edie Brickel, and Mary Chapin-Carpenter that appeared on the original Fine Line Music Cafe Performance Schedule
Change occurred soon after the 1987 opening, however. Dario Anselmo, a local entrepreneur, purchased the Fine Line Music Cafe in 1993 and remodeled the facility to include an alley cafe and an expanded stage. This new expansion attracted stars, such as Sheryl Crow, to the Fine Line Music Cafe. Soul Asylum also performed to a packed house, which included President Bill Clinton.
After years of excellent music and atmosphere, however, the Fine Line Music Cafe endured a damaging fire in February 2003. Although the fire was a set-back for the business, it also opened new doors to renovation and reconfiguring space to continue the Fine Line legacy. After many upgrades to the sound system, lighting, venue seating chart, and stage, the Fine Line re-opened five months later. Big name bands such as The Pixies and Maroon 5 have graced the Fine Line's now famous stage.
In order to enjoy an evening filled with rocking music, delicious food, and smooth drinks, make sure to get your Fine Line Music Cafe tickets today! The Fine Line Music Cafe makes for a great date spot or group event and tickets for nationally-known acts go quickly. Make sure to purchase your Fine Line tickets today.