Pop, hip-hop and gospel music fans can't find much better to soothe their appetites than Toby McKeehan's Momentum Tour, which performs in Brainerd's Tornstrom Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Longtime front man for DC Talk, McKeehan is basking in the glory of the group's recent Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album, "DC Talk Solo," which featured individual performances by each of the three band members.
McKeehan's tour is designed to promote his solo career, and he's added Out of Eden and John Rueben, who will warm up Friday's audience for the hip-hoppers performance. Tickets are $20 at the gate.
Hey, Comedy Central fans, it's time to party. The cast and staff of "Let's Bowl," the cable channel's bowling-related game show, are hosting a free, public-is-welcome party Monday night to celebrate the premiere of the program's second season.
You'll be able to hobnob with the show's on-air personalities, including 1975 Brainerd High School grad Steve Sedahl. It all gets cranking at 6 p.m. in the Suburban World Theater at Hennepin Avenue and Lake Street in south Minneapolis.
Brainerd Dispatch ©2013. All Rights Reserved.