Last week, legendary Minneapolis music venue First Avenue announced its first show in a year.

Last week was an exciting one for Minnesota music enthusiasts. Following Governor Walz's news Friday that Minnesota music venues can reopen within guidelines, First Avenue announced its first show in a year and first of 2021.

"Getting through the anniversary of a tragedy is hard," First Ave posted on Facebook. "With COVID, it didn’t come to everyone on the same day, and we’ll all recognize different anniversaries. For First Avenue, we remember our last show on March 12, 2020 with Chelsea Cutler in the Mainroom. Considering the anniversary of this day, it feels extra special to announce new shows for this fall with Dinosaur Jr. and Purity Ring. It’s nice to have a moment of joy to share with you all."

While certainly news-worthy, First Avenue is hardly the first Minnesota venue to announce upcoming shows in 2021; both Xcel Energy Center and Target Center have been announcing rescheduled shows; the Minnesota State Fair has announced some of its Grandstand Stage performers for this year; Twin Cities Summer Jam has also revealed its rescheduled dates and full lineup for the three-day festival.

With all that in mind, here are nine Mix 94.9 artists/bands you can see perform in Minnesota this year:

Saturday, June 19 -- Justin Bieber

The "Lonely" singer is set to perform at Target Center in Minneapolis Saturday, June 19.

Saturday, June 19 -- 5 Seconds of Summer

The boyband 5 Seconds of Summer are set to take the stage at The Armory in Minneapolis Saturday, June 19.

Saturday, August 7 -- Maroon 5

Maroon 5 are scheduled for a show at Xcel Energy Center Saturday, August 7.

Monday, August 23 -- Green Day, Fall Out Boy & Weezer

Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer's Hella Mega Tour stop at Target Field has been rescheduled for Monday, August 23.

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Wednesday, September 22 -- Harry Styles

Former 1 Directioner Harry Styles is set to bring his Love on Tour to Xcel Energy Center Wednesday, September 22.

Saturday, September 25 -- Dan and Shay

The pop/country duo Dan and Shay will perform at Target Center Saturday, September 25.

Friday, October 22 -- Lauren Daigle

The "You Say" singer will take the Target Center stage Friday, October 22.

See a full list of Minnesota concerts for 2021 and 2022 at the Mix 94.9 Concerts page here.

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