Sundays at Landmark

Sundays at Landmark is a series of cultural and art events that are designed to entertain, enrich, and celebrate the diversity within our community. Most programs begin at 1 pm and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

All dates are subject to change. Please check website for current schedule updates.

2023/2024 season

Sept. 17, 1-3 pm: Mid-Autumn Moon Festival
Celebrate this Southeast Asian tradition with crafts, music, dance, food, storytelling, a lion dance, and lantern parade in Rice Park. Co-presented with the Vietnamese community of Minnesota.

Sept. 24, 1-3 pm: Top of the Tower Tour Off-limits areas are open for exploration throughout the building. With the North Tower as the main attraction.

Oct. 15, 1-2 pm: Taiko Drummers Witness high energy musicality of the beautiful Japanese drums, performed by TaikoArts Midwest.

Oct. 22, 1-3 pm: Saint Paul Civic Symphony Concert During the first concert of its season, the beautiful sounds of the Saint Paul Civic Symphony will fill the Musser Cortile.

Oct. 29, 1-3 pm: Great Pumpkin Halloween Festival Enjoy the community favorite Halloween festivities at Landmark Center with live entertainment, crafts, treats, and a costume parade.

Dec. 10, 1-3 pm: Santa’s Workshop Come for a free photo with Santa, and stay for games, gift making for loved ones, and classic children’s Christmas stories.

Dec. 17, 1-3 pm: Minnesota Mandolin Orchestra Enjoy the music of this old world string instrument in a concert of pops, classical, and more with the Minnesota Mandolin Orchestra.

Jan. 7, 1 & 3:30 pm: Minnesota Boychoir Winter Concert Members of the Minnesota Boychoir perform their annual Winter concert. Two concerts will be performed.

Jan. 21, 1-3 pm: Urban Expedition: Argentina The 2024 Urban Expedition season begins. Enjoy authentic music, dance, and crafts during this immersive program favorite.

Jan. 28, 2 pm: Saint Paul Civic Symphony Concert The Saint Paul Civic Symphony will perform “Hot & ‘Cool’ Classics!” celebrating the 2024 St. Paul Winter Carnival.

Feb. 11, 1-3 pm: Urban Expedition: Australia and New Zealand Enjoy authentic music, dance, and crafts during this immersive program favorite.

Feb. 18, 12-4 pm: Mosaic Festival: Dance and Music of World Cultures $4/$6 Experience the music, dance, language, foods, costume, and arts & craft traditions of countries from all over the world, brought to you by Ethnic Dance Theatre and Landmark Center.

Feb. 25, 1-3 pm: Urban Expedition: France Enjoy authentic music, dance, and crafts during this immersive program favorite.

March 10, 1-3 pm: Urban Expedition: Brazil Enjoy authentic music, dance, and crafts during this immersive program favorite.

March 16, 10 am-5 pm: St. Patrick’s Day Irish Celebration* $7/$9 March 17, 11am-5pm: An Irish Day of Dance $7/$9 Experience all things Irish at two events featuring Celtic music, dancing, and authentic vendors. Produced by Irish Arts Minnesota, and hosted by Minnesota Landmarks. * St. Patrick’s Day Irish Celebration is held on Saturday

April 7, 1-3 pm: Urban Expedition: Ivory Coast Enjoy authentic music, dance, and crafts during this immersive program favorite.

April 14, 1-3 pm: Skylark Opera Theatre Join Skylark Opera Theatre as they perform songs from their repertoire.

April 21, 2-3:30 pm: Light in the Well A multi-sensory music event, weaving together symphony movements and the real-life stories of people with disabilities. Reservations required.

April 28, 12-6 pm: BandWidth Community Band Festival Listen to marches, pop, Broadway, and jazz music performed by the top volunteer-based bands in Minnesota.

May 12, 1-3 pm: Saint Paul Civic Symphony Concert The annual Mother’s Day concert is the perfect way to spend time with the mothers in your life.

Sundays at Landmark series is supported by Ecolab, the Xcel Energy Foundation, Hubbard Broadcasting Foundation, Ramsey County and Travelers. Please give financial support for Landmark Center’s programs and activities!


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