2022 - 2023 Season

We'll be announcing concerts throughout the year rather than an entire season. And, each time we announce, Members have a week advance chance to purchase before they go on sale to the public. So watch for updates and check back often.



Tuesday - Friday: 12 - 4 PM

Saturdays of Concerts: 3 - 8:30 PM


Online 24/7

Day of Concert Hours:

  • Online ticket sales close at 4 PM
  • Phone ticket sales close at 6 PM
  • Tickets may be purchased in person up to the concert time

Concerts begin at 8 PM. There is a cash bar in the Lobby beginning at 7 PM to allow for social time and an opportunity to enjoy the current art exhibits before the concert. Doors to the performance theater open at 7:30 PM. 

For more information about our refund and exchange policies, parking, and more, visit: CONCERT INFORMATION & TICKET POLICIES

Website Banner Rodney Crowell 10.1.22

Rodney Crowell  (Word for Word Tour)  

October 1st, 2022 at 8 PM

The Center welcomes Rodney Crowell back as part of his Word for Word tour promoting his newest book. Audience members are invited to a rare experience as Rodney reads from his new book, Word for Word, shares stories, and performs the songs that have made him a renowned and prolific songwriter. With two Grammys and fifteen number-one hits, Rodney Crowell has been recognized as one of the preeminent wordsmiths of modern country music and Americana. His expressive lyrics and inspired orchestrations have led him to work alongside Emmylou Harris, Rosanne Cash, Vince Gill, Tim McGraw, and many more. (Americana/Singer-Songwriter)

Standard : $44   Economy: $34   Member: $39/$29 


Website Banner Charlie Musselwhite 10.22.22

Charlie Musselwhite 

October 22nd, 2022 at 8 PM

GRAMMY award winner Charlie Musselwhite’s journey through the blues was from his birth in Mississippi to Memphis, Chicago and California. Arriving in Chicago in the early sixties, he was just in time for the epochal blues revival. In 1966 at the age of 22 he recorded the landmark Stand Back! to rave reviews. A precipitous relocation to San Francisco in 1967, where his album was being played on underground radio, found him welcomed into the counterculture scene around the Fillmore West as an authentic purveyor of the real deal blues.

More than 20 albums later he is at the top of his game, a revered elder statesman of the blues nowhere near ready to hang up his harps, his depth of expression as a singer and an instrumentalist unexcelled and only growing deeper. In an era when the term legendary gets applied to auto-tuned popstars, this singular blues harp player, singer, song-writer and guitarist has earned and deserves to be honored as a true master of American classic vernacular music. (Blues Harp Legend) 

Standard: $68   Economy: $58   Member: $63/$53 


Hopkins Center for the Arts events are made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

Have 5 minutes? 

If so, we'd love your participation in a brief anonymous survey: SURVEY