Departure time listed is from former K-Mart 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.
​Mall of America
There will be other travelers on the bus that are going to Mystic Lake Casino. The bus will drop off at the Mall first and then go to the Casino where it will depart at 3:30 pm. Pick up at the Mall is 4 pm. Estimated arrival back in Alexandria is 6:30 pm. 
Thursday, May 7
Leave at 7:45 am
Cost: $35 (per person)

Troupe Vertigo: Cirque Dances with the Minnesota Orchestra 
at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis
Imagination soars when the Minnesota Orchestra is joined by Troupe Vertigo, a circus-dance-theater ensemble, for a performance of aerial artistry and symphonic excitement. Beloved works including Mussorgsky’s galloping Night on Bald Mountain and Stravinsky’s rapturous Firebird. 
Troupe Vertigo co-founder says, “Our works are very much about putting a theatrical sensibility on top of circus to make the extraordinary somehow touchable.” 
The Los Angeles Times raves that Troupe Vertigo’s “…dizzying acts defy gravity and leave its lucky audiences in awe.”
Saturday, May 9
Leave at 8:45 am
Cost $100 per person (includes buffet lunch at Golden Corral in Maple Grove before the 2 pm show) 

The Bikinis
 at DayTrippers Dinner Theatre in Bloomington
Back together for the first time in 20 years, these 'Jersey Girls will deliver sun, fun and a rockin' good time that will have everyone dancing in the aisles! This girl-group re-unites to raise money for the good folks at Sandy Shores Mobile Home Beach Resort on the Jersey Shore (where one of them grew up). Join these four best friends, as they relive the past with hits; including...IT'S IN HIS KISS, YELLOW POLKA DOT BIKINI, HEAT WAVE, UNDER THE BOARDWALK, THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN, THE TWIST, WHEN WILL I BE LOVED, MIDNIGHT BLUE, I'M EVERY WOMAN, I WILL SURVIVE...and many more! This musical beach party will have you laughing, crying, and maybe even doing the limbo!
Wednesday, June 3
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $75 per person (includes buffet meal before the 1:15 pm show)

Stars of Branson Country featuring Melody Hart Family and Friends
at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud
From the television and radio show, Branson Country USA, Melody Hart is bringing an all-star lineup of entertainers from the top shows in Branson! Melody is a fiddler; her husband Wayne Massengale, also a fiddler and worked with the legendary Roy Clark; their 19-year old son Garret is a drummer, and their 15-year old son Dilon is a country vocalist! This show will feature classic country, bluegrass western, swing, and rock n roll.
Tuesday, June 9
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $70 per person 
(includes buffet lunch at the 400 Club before the 1:30 pm show)

Annual MN Quilters' Show
in St. Cloud
Thursday, June 11
Leave at 7 am
Cost: $40 per person (includes admission)

June is Dairy Month – Farm tour at Riverview Dairy
 in Tintah, MN
The 2-hour tour will cover the milking parlor, calving, hoof trimming, specialty milking, feeding; as well as explain how they operate the dairy farm. The viewing areas are free of manure and are temperature controlled. We will stop for lunch at the Knotty Pine in Elbow Lake after the tour; lunch is not included. 
Thursday, June 18
Leave at 8:45 am
Cost: $25 per person

The Music Man
at Chanhassen Dinner Theatre
In 1957, this musical became a hit on Broadway, in 1962 it was adapted for film, and in 2003 again adapted for television. The plot revolves around Harold Hill, a con man who poses as a boys' band organizer and leader and sells band instruments and uniforms to naïve Midwestern townsfolk, promising to train the members of the new band. Harold is no musician and plans to skip town without giving any music lessons. Prim librarian and piano teacher Marian sees through him. However, Harold helps her younger brother overcome his lisp and social awkwardness and Marian begins to fall in love. Harold risks being caught to win her. 
Wednesday, June 24
Leave at 8:45 am
Cost: $95 per person 
(includes dinner at Chanhassen before the 1 pm show) 
Rehearsal sneak peek video

The Duttons
at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud
The Duttons are a family of three generations of musical performers. Committed to family appropriate, quality entertainment. The Duttons are dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in their musicianship, as well as their businesses. The Duttons have a theatre in Branson, Missouri as well as one in Mesa, Arizona (where they perform during the winter months). They also tour extensively with their music show and are featured on several national and international television specials. Their latest endeavor, “The Duttons Through the Years” is a weekly series on RFD-TV that covers the 30-year career of the family as well as featuring some of their latest recordings and music videos.
Monday, July 20
Leave at 9:15 am 
Cost: $75 per person 
(includes buffet lunch at Coyote Moon Grille before the 1:30 pm show)

Ole & Lena in Ole Runs for Office
at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud
It’s time again when Muskrat Lodge 3412 elects officers and Ole has decided to throw his hat in the ring and run against longtime nemesis, Knut Knutson, lodge president for the past 20 years. Knutson, proprietor of Knutson’s Heating, Air Conditioning and Live Bait Shop is one of Potsdam’s “shakers and movers” and has been a thorn in Ole’s side since they were kids in school. Ole and Sven have already decided that they need to put together a sneaky, tough, and no holds barred campaign if Ole is ever going to ever have a chance of winning. Lena says Ole spends far too much time at that smelly old lodge already and thinks this is one of the most hair brained ideas Ole has ever had. Will Lena talk Ole out of the political limelight or cave into the glamour of being “first lady of the lodge”? Can Ole and Sven make it through the election without causing an international Muskrat lodge investigation looking into dirty campaign tricks? Be a part of all the craziness yourself when you, the audience, determines the outcome in this laugh riot “Ole Runs for Office”!
Tuesday, Aug 11
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $70 per person 
(includes buffet lunch at the 400 Club before the 1:30 pm show)

Naomi Bristow, David Church, Terri Lisa and Straight Up Country with a special appearance from The Kenaston Family 
at Midwest Country in Sandstone
Naomi Bristow has done a variety of television shows over the years including being a regular on the Midwest Country Show on RFD-TV and three seasons of the Shotgun Red Variety Show on RFD-TV. At a young age, Naomi has made some impressive contributions to the industry which include opening for Gene Watson, David Frizzell, Moe Bandy, Rhonda Vincent, Charlie Daniels, Jason Aldean, Marty Stuart, Jim Ed Brown, Bobby Bare and many others. 
David Church, along with his wife, Terri Lisa, are a dynamic couple that have been lighting up TV sets as they capture the hearts of millions on Saturday nights on RFD-TV. David Church is recognized recognized by music historians, celebrities, and family members as the "#1 tribute to Hank". 
The Kenaston Family has been performing traditional country, bluegrass, Gospel and dance music for five generations. They have performed in Branson, Missouri as well as numerous appearances on RFD-TV. 
Thurs, Aug 13
Leave at 10 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes buffet lunch at Coyote Moon Grille in St. Cloud before the 3 pm show) 

The Piano Man
 at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington
The Piano Man is a melodious salute to the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, through the classic songs of Jerry Lee Lewis, Elton John, Billy Joel, and more! Get ready for a fun-filled musical trip down memory lane. Hands will fly across the keyboard to tunes such as Great Balls of Fire, Rocket Man, Benny and the Jets and of course Piano Man!
Wednesday, Aug 19
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes lunch at the Ives before the 1 pm show) 

Come From Away
at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis
This remarkable true story is based on actual events that took place on September 11, 2001 and the days that followed. The musical tells the true story of what transpired when 38 planes were ordered to land unexpectedly in the small town of Gander in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, as part of Operation Yellow Ribbon. The characters in the musical are based on real Gander residents as well as some of the 7,000 stranded travelers they housed and fed. Cultures clashed and nerves ran high, but uneasiness turned into trust, music soared into the night, and gratitude grew into enduring friendships. Don’t miss this breathtaking new musical -- it will take you to a place you never want to leave!
Sunday, Aug 23
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $97 per person (includes buffet lunch at Golden Corral in Maple Grove before the 1 pm show)

Million Dollar Quartet
 at Old Log Theatre in Excelsior
Celebrating their 80th year, Old Log Theatre is bringing back their most popular and requested show, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. 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. This show brings that legendary night to life, featuring a score of rock hits.
Wednesday, Sept 9
Leave at 9 am
Cost: $77 per person (includes buffet lunch at Golden Corral in Maple Grove before the 1:30 pm show) 

Man in Black - The Music of Johnny Cash
Expect this concert to be jam-packed with hits! Johnny Cash's sound will be embraced in country music, rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This band will perform hits such as: Ring of Fire, I Walk the Line, Get Rhythm, Folsom Prison Blues, and so much more. 
Wednesday, Sept 17
Leave at 8:30 am 
Cost: $85 per person (includes lunch at the Ives before the 1 pm show)

A Bench in the Sun
at DayTrippers Dinner Theatre in Bloomington
Part "Grumpy Old Men," part "The Odd Couple," the script is rich with one liners, tender moments, musings about the seasons and the sacrifices one makes in life, and reflections on the way the world is changing. Mel Brooks calls the play "Very wise, very moving, but most of all, very funny." 
Wednesday, Oct 14
Leave at 9:30 am
Cost: $75 per person (includes buffet meal before the 1:15 pm show)

 Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
 at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington
This musical comedy is set at a Catskills resort in 1960 and is the sweetly comic story of Lois and Marge, two friends from Brooklyn in search of good times and romance over one wild Labor Day weekend. The score showcases 18 Neil Sedaka classics, including “Where the Boys Are”, “Sweet Sixteen”, “Calendar Girl”, “Love Will Keep Us Together”, and of course, the chart-topping title song.
Wednesday, Nov 4
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes lunch at the Ives before the 1 pm show) 

 at Chanhassen Dinner Theatre in Excelsior
For the first time ever on Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ Main Stage, see Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella! This magical Tony Award®-winning musical is the treasured story you know and love, reimagined for the stage and designed for every generation.
Ella acts as a servant for her austere stepmother and stepsisters. Covered in dirt and cinders, Ella’s bright imagination takes her on the most daring adventures. By sheer chance, Ella and Prince Topher meet in the town square and the spark of romance is instantaneous. When it is announced that the prince is throwing a ball, Ella’s selfish stepmother and stepsisters leave her behind. But with the help of a fairy godmother, glass slippers and a little bit of magic – Ella is on her way. However, her fairy godmother’s magic dissipates when the clock strikes twelve. Ella hurries away, left only with memories of a splendid night. With the help of an unexpected ally, a determined prince and a purposefully planted shoe, Ella might just turn impossible dreams into possible realities!
This lush and dazzling production features incredible orchestrations and some of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s (South Pacific, The Sound of Music, Oklahoma!, The King and I) most beloved songs, including “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible/It’s Possible,” “A Lovely Night,” “Stepsisters Lament” and “Ten Minutes Ago.”
Witness the magic of impossible!
Saturday, Nov 28
Leave at 7:30 am
Cost: $110 and $95 for ages 12 and under (includes lunch at Chanhassen and a backstage tour before the 1 pm show) 

Over the River and Through the Woods
 at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington
Nick is a 32 old single Italian-American man who dutifully has dinner with both sets of his grandparents every Sunday. When he announces he's leaving New Jersey to take a job in Seattle, his grandparents pull out all the stops, including matchmaking, to keep him home.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Leave at 8:30 am
Cost: $85 per person (includes lunch at the Ives before the 1 pm show)
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