Departure time listed is from Slumberland in Alexandria, MN. Departure from Parkers Prairie is typically 45 minutes prior to the listed time. Additional pick up locations are available along I-94, please inquire for the one most convenient for you.
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All You Need Is Love
at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington
All You Need Is Love celebrates the music of the Fab Four with the ‘Fools’ singing their way through the most unforgettable works of Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starr. You’ll hear early hits such as She Loves YouI Want to Hold Your Hand, and Yesterday, and later releases from the Beatles studio years including: When I’m Sixty-Four and Something. Enjoy an atmosphere of fun, romance, incredible music, and BEATLEMANIA!​
Wednesday, Feb 15
Leave at 9 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes lunch at the MN Masonic Heritage Center before the 1 pm show)

Shen Yun 2023 
presented by MN Falun Dafa Association
at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis
Through the universal language of music and dance, Shen Yun weaves a wondrous tapestry of heavenly realms, ancient history, and modern heroic tales; accompanied by live orchestra! Embark on a journey to witness a lost culture portrayed by the incredible art of classical Chinese dance, a unique blend of stunning costuming, high-tech backdrops and an orchestra like no other. See legends come to life and be prepared for a theatrical experience that will take your breath away! Shen Yun, a premier classical Chinese dance and music company established in New York, unveils the extraordinary depth and breadth of China’s magnificent 5,000 years of civilization, reviving traditional Chinese culture that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world—not even in Communist China. 
Learn more at ShenYun.com/MN
Saturday, Feb 25
Leave at 9:30 am 
Cost: $180 per person (includes lunch at Golden Corral in Maple Grove before the 2 pm show)
Preview: video

Winter Dance Party
at Jackpot Junction Casino in Morton, MN
In January of 1959 Buddy Holly, Dion and the Belmonts, Ritchie Valens, the Big Bopper and Frankie Sardo set out on a twenty-four-day tour of the mid-western United States. The tour for Holly, Richardson and Valens would end in disaster on February 3, 1959. All three would die in their charter plane crash on the way to the tour's next stop. The Winter Dance Party is characterized "As the Day the Music Died" in Don McLean's song "American Pie."
Enjoy this tribute show on our overnight casino trip. Show is at 2pm on Sunday, February 26 and tickets are $40 each (lunch can be added for an additional $20 pp). Our package is transportation and hotel room and $50 free slot play; show tickets are extra and are not refundable. 
Sunday, Feb 26 - Monday, Feb 27
Leave at 8:45 am
Cost is $150 per couple or $100 single. 

Tina – The Tina Turner Musical
 at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis
There is only one. Her voice is undeniable. Her fire is unstoppable. Her triumph is unlike any other. This new musical reveals a comeback story like no other, of a woman who dared to defy the bounds of racism, sexism and ageism to become the global queen of rock ‘n’ roll. This musical is a celebration of resilience and an inspiration of triumph over adversity. Turner is one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time. She has won 12 Grammy Awards and her live shows have been seen by millions, with more concert tickets sold than any other solo performer in music history. ​
Sunday, Mar 5
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $100 per person (includes lunch at Golden Corral before the 1 pm show)

The California Songbook
at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud
SONGBOOK LIVE! brings the sunshine to the stage with THE CALIFORNIA SONGBOOK, a tribute to the sounds of The Mamas & The Papas, Joni Mitchell, Carpenters, Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, Jefferson Airplane, Fleetwood Mac, & more. In the mid-'60s, the music business migrated from Tin Pan Alley and the Brill Building in New York City to Los Angeles, California. The Beatles, the British Invasion performers, and Motown artists dominated radio airwaves, but a new sound was brewing in Laurel Canyon. Folk, country, pop, mysticism, rock, & even show tunes – blended together, and every record executive was on the lookout for that new folk/rock sound. And that's just the beginning of the stories and sounds born in California.
Tuesday, Mar 14
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $90 per person (includes lunch at Olive Garden in St. Cloud before the 1:30 pm show)

Pirates of Penzance
Performed by New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players
at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud
Everyone has pretended to be a pirate at some point. Set sail with this classic comedy that boasts one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history. On the coast of Cornwall, a band of tenderhearted pirates celebrates the coming of age of Frederic, who was mistakenly apprenticed to the pirates until his 21st birthday. Now, Frederic has vowed to devote his life to the extermination of piracy - until a ludicrous leap year snag threatens to keep him apprenticed to the pirates for life! Throw in a bevy of beauties, a brash Pirate King, the delightfully stuffy Major-General Stanley and you’ve got what The New York Times calls an endearing production with high musical standards and spirited performances.
Sunday, Mar 19
Leave at 10:45 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes brunch at Coyote Moon Grille before the 3 pm show)

​Memphis & the Meantimes—Songs of the Grand Ole Opry & Sun Records
at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington
Celebrate the music from the Grand Ole Opry and Sun Records that changed the world! This is the stuff new Country can only dream of being. Featuring songs from Cash, Haggard, Lewis, Orbison, and many others, MEMPHIS AND THE MEANTIMES have been thrilling audiences for years by providing them with an 8-piece powerful presentation. This show is the best of American popular music.
Thursday, Mar 23
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes lunch at the MN Masonic Heritage Center before the 1 pm show)

Church of Cash
at Le Musique Room in St. Michael
The BEST Johnny Cash Tribute Anywhere. All Johnny. All Afternoon! The Church of Cash is the winner of the 2021 and 2019 Midwest CMO “Best Tribute Act” Award, the 2021 Inductee to the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame, has played over 1000 shows, and currently tour nationally in the USA and EU.
Wednesday, April 12
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $85 (includes a plated meal at Coyote Moon Grille before the 2 pm show)

Hamilton
at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis
Hamilton is the story of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary. Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s biography of Hamilton. This show is recommended for ages 10+. Please note the performance runs 2 hours and 45 minutes and does contain some strong language and non-graphic adult situations. Strobe lights, fog, haze, gun shots and cannon booms are used in this production.
• Tuesday, April 4 - 7:30 pm show (leave at 2:45 pm)
• Saturday, April 15 - 8 pm show (leave at 3 pm)
• Saturday, April 29 - 2 pm show (leave at 9 am)
Cost: $195 per person for any date and includes a buffet meal at Golden Corral in Maple Grove before the show.

​Hamlet
at the Guthrie in Minneapolis
Hamlet, the prince of Denmark, returns home to mourn his father’s death and begrudgingly attend the wedding of his mother, Queen Gertrude, to his uncle Claudius, who has all too willingly taken his brother’s throne. When the former king’s ghost appears and cries murder, Hamlet’s grief turns to obsessive revenge as he seeks to uncover evidence and unmask Claudius. Tension builds and plots spiral out of control, leading to a deadly final showdown.
Saturday, April 22
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $115 per person (includes buffet lunch at Golden Corral before the 1 pm show) 

Splish Splash! The Music of Bobby Darin
at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud
Celebrating the music, life and times of the legendary teen idol, singer-songwriter, movie star and nightclub performer; Ron Gartner will perform finger snappin Darin hits like Mack The Knife, Splish Splash, Dream Lover, and Beyond the Sea with a 6-piece band. In addition, he will share fascinating stories about the entertainment phenom who learned at an early age that he was doomed to die an early death and was determined to do it all before he expired. A NYC entertainment agent and showman, Gartner honors the Bobby Darin legacy in a show that covers everything from Darin’s rock n roll days to his Evening at the Copa. 
Tuesday, April 25
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $90 per person (includes lunch at Olive Garden before the 1:30 pm show)
Preview: video

Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help
 at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington
Take a trip back to 1973 with the Irish Catholic O’Shea family... this boisterous and moving new play introduces us to young Linda, as she recalls a week she’ll never forget. When Linda’s mother instructs her to tell her sister about the birds and the bees, things quickly snowball into a potential crisis after the conversation is overheard by the parish priest. Secrets are unintentionally revealed, and a quick-witted group of women realize what really matters as they work to protect their family reputation and each other. This wild and tender comedy explores the foolishness of first love and ultimately, the power of family. Broadway World says, it’s a family comedy that will keep audiences laughing from start to finish; whether they grew up Catholic or not.​
Sunday, May 7
Leaves at 8 am
Cost: $90 per person (includes bunch at the MN Masonic Heritage Center before the 1 pm show)

Tribute to Buddy Holly
at the Le Musique Room in St. Michael
Buddy Holly's music will live forever as a classic rock and roll legend. David K rocks Buddy’s style, utilizing piano and guitar, videos and his eclectic voice. Enjoy historic tidbits between songs. This show is like a heartfelt museum tour of musical memories. David is originally from Eden Prairie, MN but has lived in L.A., New York and Nashville pursuing his music endeavors. 
Wednesday, May 17
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $85 (includes a plated meal at Coyote Moon Grille before the 2 pm show)

The Defeat of Jesse James
at the History Theatre in St. Paul
1876—It’s the last gig for Jesse James: a one-night-only farewell concert starring America's most notorious desperado. Join Jesse as he re-enacts his dramatic rise and fall in this mix of Honky Tonk Cabaret and Wild West Show, with a Grand Finale at a place called Northfield, Minnesota. Featuring special guest stars and a few surprises - even for Jesse.
Sunday, May 21
Leave at 10 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes buffet lunch at Pizza Ranch in Monticello before the 2 pm show)

Murder on the Orient Express
at the Guthrie in Minneapolis
Passengers aboard the opulent Orient Express awake to frightful news: Overnight, an American business mogul among them was stabbed to death behind locked doors. Thankfully, a debonair detective is on the train and on the case. He promptly begins interviewing suspects, securing alibis and forming theories about the killer, who remains at large and could be closing in on the next victim. As the plot thickens and the travelers grow restless, the detective presents two viable scenarios about who murdered the mogul and why, taking the audience on a wildly glamorous crime-solving ride.
Wednesday, May 31
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $90 per person (includes buffet lunch at Golden Corral before the 1 pm show)

Million Dollar Quartet
at the Old Log Theatre in Excelsior
Old Log celebrates their 83rd anniversary by bringing back their most popular Musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. 
Expect 21 hit songs by 4 legends! 
This Tony Award musical is inspired by the true story set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought ELVIS PRESLEY, JOHNNY CASH, JERRY LEE LEWIS and CARL PERKINS together at Sun Records for one the of the greatest jam sessions ever. 
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET brings that legendary night to life, featuring a score of rock hits including Blue Suede ShoesFeverThat’s All RightGreat Balls of FireWalk the LineWhole Lotta Shakin Goin OnWho Do you Love?Sixteen TonsFolsom Prison BluesHound Dog, and more.
Thursday, July 20
Leave at 7:30 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes buffet lunch at Golden Corral before the 1 pm show)

MN Twins vs White Sox
at Target Field in Minneapolis
Game is 7:10 pm
Seats are in The Deck (Club Level, Section S, Rows 1-5)
Friday, July 21
Leave at 3:30 pm
Cost: $95 per person (includes Club Level Seat; all you can eat hotdogs, burgers, chicken tenders, popcorn and chips; and all you can drink soda, water, juice, and milk)

​MN Twins vs Angels
at Target Field in Minneapolis
Game is 1:10 pm
Seats are in The Deck (Club Level, Section S, Rows 1-5)
Sunday, Sept 24
Leave at 9:30 am
 Cost: $95 per person (includes Club Level Seat; all you can eat hotdogs, burgers, chicken tenders, popcorn and chips; and all you can drink soda, water, juice, and milk)
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