The Executive Director of the Paradise Center for the Arts in downtown Faribault will stop by the KDHL Studio today to give us details about events coming to town this month.

Kristin Twitchell has told us in previous shows they have a great year of events scheduled for 2018 and she wasn't kidding.

This Saturday Run Like Hell: America's Premier Pink Floyd Show hits the Paradise stage at 7:30 p.m.

The group of musicians recreates the unique sound and visual show that you would experience at a Pink Floyd concert.

January Thaw is Saturday, January 27th at 7:30 p.m. and features Dianna Park and the Wreck.

This is a collaboration featuring the Parks and Kleist Bands and Fred the Bear and will provide a variety of music.

I'm sure Kristin will touch on the visual and literary arts classes available at the Paradise Center for the Arts.

You can purchase tickets for any event online now at

Tonic Sol Fa will be in Faribault July 6th and Buddy Koopman's Orchestra performs April 28th, tickets will go fast for those events so you might want to purchase them now.

AM Minnesota starts 9:30 a.m. at 920 on the AM dial and can be heard online at or you can download the FREE Radio Pup app and listen on your favorite mobile device.

If you can't listen at the allotted time then go to and watch a video of the program uploaded to our YouTube channel.

The show is typically uploaded by mid-afternoon the day of the program.

Due to copyright laws unfortunately we had to edit out them performing a song. So go see the show, They are very good.

Paradise Center for the Arts
Horizontal Hero Performs at Paradise Center for the Arts.
Photo by Kelly Krage/Townsquare Media

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