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Live Streaming Performance Schedule

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our spring season is going virtual—performances are at noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays in May and June

Normally, this time of year we are gearing upprepping the little red wagons, booking musicians and other performers and getting ready to launch the Street Show season downtown. Since we can’t be out there on the street for you, we want to bring you a bit of joy over lunchtimes in May and June with a live streaming version of Street Show featuring some of our regulars (and a few special guests). So whether you are working remotely, or one of our essential downtown workers, we hope you’ll tune in.

12 noon  |  Tuesday, May 5  |  Courtney Yasmineh

12 noon |  Thursday, May 7  |  Xibaba

12 noon  |  Tuesday, May 12  |  Reuben Correa

12 noon  |  Thursday, May 14  |  Phlo Real the Poet

12 noon  |  Tuesday, May 19  |  Really Spicy Opera

12 noon  |  Thursday, May 21  |  Roe Family Singers

12 noon  |  Tuesday, May 26  |  The Advice People

12 noon  |  Thursday, May 28  |  Debbie Moore [Cancelled]

More performances to be announced soon…

Meet some of our performers

The Advice People

The Advice People is a blend of street theater, very cheap “therapy,” and compassionate community building. Modeled after Lucy van Pelt’s “Psychiatric Help” stand, from the Peanuts comic strip, the Advice People offer advice for a nickel, or whatever you think it’s worth.  Customers can step up, toss whatever coins they’d like in the can, and share their question, problem, issue or dilemma. The two advisors collaborate (or disagree!) on a suggestion of what to do. They’ve been called “eerily intuitive,” “incredibly helpful” and “worth way, way more than a nickel.” Website:

Jarrelle Barton

At age 14, Jarrelle Barton (Chinese name: Jie Ao, 杰遨) began learning guzheng from master Li Jiaxiang (李嘉骧), a former musician of the Beijing Dance Academy (北京舞蹈学院) From Li, Barton learned traditional pieces, particularly those from the Teochew and Hakka schools of southern China, as well as modern-style guzheng solos. Now 26, Barton is in constant demand for events throughout the Twin Cities. He was selected for a 2018 Minnesota Emerging Composer Award (MECA). Website:

DJ Mickey Breeze

Mickey Breeze is a DJ, artist, and teacher. He started playing instruments at the age of 5 and now plays trumpet, drums, piano, violin, and cello. He began producing music electronically at the age of 8 and started DJing at 10. Breeze uses a drum pad controller to add percussion and transitions over the top of the tracks he plays and adds a unique live performance layer to his sets. His sets include everything from hip hop to EDM, from R&B to lo-fi beats. As a musician, he likes to work in his own edits, remixes, and original productions. Website:

Reuben Correa

Reuben Correa is an internationally acclaimed professional harpist, composer, recording artist, and online harp instructor. He has entertained audiences with his Celtic/Classical sound throughout the U.S. and in countries as far away as Singapore. Website:

Beverly Cottman

Beverly Cottman is an interdisciplinary artist creating at the intersections of literary, visual, and performance art. As Auntie Beverly the storyteller, she shares stories, folktales, and fables from the African Diaspora with audiences young and old. Prepare to be entertained, educated, enlightened, empowered, inspired, and even encouraged to ‘join in’ the telling of some old tales with a modern twist. Website:

Machinery Hill

This Minneapolis-based band takes their name from the Minnesota State Fair’s large display of farm equipment. Their original style mixes Americana with Rock, Ska, Blues, Rockabilly, Irish and touches of irony. Three members of Machinery Hill- Bill Lee, Brian Handeland and Datta Hartman- can often be found busking on Nicollet Mall when the weather is nice. Website:

Debbie Moore

Debbie Moore is a multidisciplinary musician, writer, and teacher who is new to the Twin Cities music scene. After relocating to Minneapolis in late 2017, Debbie played violin at open mics, leading her to performances at the Ordway, Guthrie, and Capri theaters, teaching at the Billingsley School of Music and Art, and more, demonstrating the art of creativity which flows from the soul. She is in the beginning stages of planning and producing her own album and performing on various stages throughout the Twin Cities area.

Phlo Real

Phlo Real is a scribe working to accurately portray the intricate layers of earth healing itself through every moment. Some call this poetry. Others, science. A few, magic. In any case, all three require a willingness to listen for the quietest sound in the room, so you can trust they’ll be working from this skillset.

Really Spicy Opera

Singer-pianist Basil Considine is the artistic director of Minneapolis-based Really Spicy Opera. His long and spicy career in music includes singing for composer John Williams, recording multiple albums, and touring internationally. Website:


Roe Family Singers

Wife and husband Kim and Quillan Roe are the Roe Family Singers, a good-time, old-time hillbilly band from Kirkwood Hollow, MN. This award-winning duo mixes original music and contemporary takes on old-time, traditional, and gospel tunes into one roiling & rollicking river of fresh yet familiar American music. Every performance raises a ruckus. Website:



Hassan Shahidi is a self-taught musician and singer-songwriter. Shahidi aspires to use his music to connect with the community and also convey his perspective & emotions in his slow soothing lyrics over the acoustics guitar. He mixes up the platform by doing classic 2000’s music covers from a wide variety of artists and genres. Shahidi is currently looking to grow as a recording artist. Website:

Courtney Yasmineh

Courtney Yasmineh has been writing songs, making albums, and touring all over America and Europe for twenty years. She calls Minneapolis her home and earns her living from her music and writing. Website:



Multi-instrumentalists Mira and Tom Kehoe are a creative and versatile duo, playing and improvising in Brazilian jazz, bossa nova, samba, world music and originals; vocal and instrumental. With their band, Xibaba (she-BA-ba), they play Brazilian jazz at summer festivals, private parties, concert venues and clubs. Website: