Well, that's disappointing. Where are we supposed to go to see an indoor soccer tournament or a Swedish juggler? Sad, just sad.
Yes, City of Minneapolis, they did THAT too.
Hopefully the building owner can get up to code/get the right permits so these venues can be used for more art events. Cross your fingers!
Garrison Dakota Grouse (Event Manager of Love Power) released the following statement last night:
"As a representative of the Love Power and 1419 venues I would like to state that the allegations brought against these two venues are propagated under unjustified rumors. Causing copious amounts of slandered publicity towards one of Minneapolis' respected and cherished arts/culture/music venues. We have held some of the Twin Cities most appreciated artists for performances in this venue, and continue to book them for shows at Love Power. We also host a series of Vegan and Comedy events. As a proprietor of music and culture events, and as a resident of Minneapolis; Love Power and its associates do not condone illegally solicited acts, such as: drug usage/ indecent sexual public acts. We are currently looking into the legal issues pertaining to both Love Power and 1419. Love Power is our immediate concern, and will be reopened as soon as possible, to continue arts/music events. At which time we will solicit a statement regarding 1419."
Via @SecretsCity and @ArtsOrbit.
Submitted by @marrina.