MINNEAPOLIS (CelebrityAccess) — Three weeks after a ceiling collapsed on concert-goers, the main room of the iconic First Avenue music venue in downtown Minneapolis has re-opened for business.
The club has been shuttered for repairs and cleanup since the August 12th concert when a ceiling collapsed, leaving five people injured.
The historic venue relaunched on Friday, hosting a party by local hip-hop group GRRRL PRTY.
"We're beyond excited to announce we will be open tonight for GRRRL PRTY. An immense thank you to our incredible staff, all of the crews who have worked day and night to get us up and running, and for the support of YOU, our community. We couldn't do what we do without you," a spokesperson for the venue said in a press release. – Staff Writers