Minneapolis' much-loved 380-person capacity Triple Rock Social Club will be shutting its door for good at the end of November after 19 years. (For a little NYC perspective, it opened the same year as Bowery Ballroom.) The venue posted this earlier today on its Facebook:

After 19 years of business, The Triple Rock will be closing after November 22nd.

We are proud to have been part of an amazing time in the Twin Cities Music scene. We have had more than our fair share of legendary performances and events, watched numerous local artists get their start on our stage, and hosted the Minneapolis debuts of countless national acts.

We want to thank all the customers, bands, and artists who have been a part of this place over the years.

Most of all we want to thank our current staff and those who have worked here in the past. We could not have done it without you!

We still have a lot of great events coming up, so come on down and celebrate The Triple Rock!

Triple Rock Social Club, it's sad to see you go. The Club's remaining calendar is pretty stacked with shows, though, including The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die, Craig Finn, Girlpool, Ted Leo, and more.

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