Treasure Island Resort & Casino to hold summer concert series

June 20, 2024
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Local and nationally known artists will take the stage starting in July.

Treasure Island Resort & Casino has released its summer concert schedule. The resort will host several shows at its Treasure Island Amphitheater starting on July 27.

Treasure Island will host an outdoor music festival, Music by the Mississippi, which will showcase only local artists. The festival kicks off July 27 and will feature performances by BoDeans, Gear Daddies, GB Leighton, The Cactus Blossoms, Marcy Playground and Tony Williams.

During August, Treasure Island will welcome country music stars Brooks & Dunn, along with a performance by special guest Terri Clark. The show will be on August 10.

The following week, 90s rock band Creed will take the stage. Other acts for the August 17 show will include Finger Eleven and 3 Doors Down.

Lynyrd Skynyrd and ZZ Top will finish off the summer concert series with a performance at the Amphitheater on August 30.

Casino resort General Manager Mike Heavner commented, "Summer at Treasure Island Resort & Casino is all about creating unforgettable experiences.

“With our diverse lineup of events and activities, we're excited to offer something for everyone to enjoy. Come and make the most of your summer with us!"

"Treasure Island Resort & Casino prides itself on being an entertainment destination," concluded Heavner. "We are looking forward to a fun-filled summer!"

Treasure Island Resort & Casino is owned and operated by the Prairie Island Indian Community. Its gaming flooring offers both video poker and video keno machines, as well as 44 table games and more than 1,800 slot machines.

The casino features a poker room and a high-stakes bingo hall that can seat up to 500 people.

The destination is home to an outdoor concert venue, marina and family-friendly water park in addition to its casino and 788-room hotel. Treasure Island is southern Minnesota’s only casino and is located along the Mississippi River.

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