Minneapolis City Pages May 4, 2016 : Page 28

A-LIST CONTINUED FROM FRIDAY natural phenomena can be expressed through dance. In addition, visual artist Alyssa Baguss will showcase her work, folks from Café Scientifique will give a presentation, and Romantica will provide live music. The ExploraDome will be open for planetarium shows, there will be DIY shadow puppetry, and a food truck and cash bar will offer libations. $15. 7 to 10:30 p.m. 10 SE Church St., Minneapolis; 612-624-7083. —SHEILA REGAN PA R T Y Rupert Angeleyes, and Transmission. Meanwhile, special cocktails, beer and wine, s’mores, and bonfires will keep stomachs full and revelers outside toasty. Buy tickets early, as these events tend to sell out. $20/$25 at the door; $50 VIP. 7 to 11 p.m. 2600 Park Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-871-4907. —JESSICA ARMBRUSTER FE S T IV A L C OCK TA IL S AT T HE C A S T LE AM ERIC AN SWEDISH INS TITUTE This Friday, ASI hosts another one of its fab garden parties, as Cocktails at the Castle returns. This installment pays homage to psychedelic art and twinkling lights. Think Lite Brite-inspired activities, live glass-blowing demonstrations, and neon art from Philip Noyed. Water is another theme for the evening, as guests can play with watercolors, and folks from the Water Bar will be sharing info on water resources and sampling H2O. Live music will be provided by Sofia Jannok, SAT UR DAY, M AY 7T H , 2 0 1 6 AT 8:00P M $20.00 | 18+ | WITH SPECIAL GUEST: CHASTITY BROWN Photo by Shelly Mosman 28   CITYPAGES.COM   MAY 4–10, 2016 ▲ W IZ A RD WORLD C OMIC C ON MIN NE APOLIS CONVENTION CENTER Back in town for its third year, Wizard World Comic Con descends on the Minneapolis Convention Center for three days of celebrity panels and photo ops, cosplay contests, creative sessions, yoga adventures, and more. Take a moment to shop from vendors selling T-shirts, posters, and collectibles. Stop by the artists’ alley and commission some work for your walls. Get your picture taken with the Green Power Ranger. Other celebrities stopping by include Gotham villains (Corey Michael Smith, Robin Lord Taylor), TV vampires ( True Blood ’s Kristin Bauer and Buffy ’s James Marsters), icons (Barry Bostwick from The Rocky Horror Picture Show ), The Bell celebrates its upcoming move. IMAGE COURTESY THE BELL MUSEUM a hobbit (Billy Boyd), and cartoon voice actors (Jeremy Shada from Adventure Time ). Wear comfortable shoes, bring an energy drink, and get ready to stand in line for the big guests (it’s totally worth it). For more info and tickets, check wizardworld.com/comiccon/ minneapolis. $35-$45 single day admission; $75-$85 three-day pass; VIP packages available. 3 to 8 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. 1301 Second Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-335-6000. Through Sunday —JESSICA ARMBRUSTER FE S T IV A L A NIMINNE A P OLIS 2 0 16 HYAT T REGENC Y MINNE AP OLIS While Wizard World tends to cover multiple bases, AniMinneapolis prefers to geek out primarily over anime arts

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