Coming to see ‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’? Here’s what you need to know!

First of all, where is the Underground?
It is on the east side of the Depot Building. Just follow the yellow line in along the Depot sidewalk, take a right at the sign, and you have arrived! There will also be big visible signs leading you to the Underground entrance.


Where can I park?
Parking lots can be found on both the left and right side of the Depot building. They are conveniently free after 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and on Weekends.

Will tickets be available for purchase at the door?
YES! (Assuming we’re not sold out, of course!)

They said my ticket will be at the Box Office… What does that mean?
We do not print out tickets for our Underground shows. If you purchased a ticket for one of our shows, go to the box office at the Underground and your name will be on the will call list for the night.

With Love, Loss and What I Wore, you will need to be checked in with your ticket before heading into the pre-show party. This is to ensure everyone who got a ticket has their spot inside to see the show!

Remember, there is Pre-Party each night before the show at 6:00pm!
Join us for private shopping at our Art in the Alley boutique, Happy Hour drink specials, appetizers by Blackwoods Catering, and live entertainment all three nights. Visit for details!

What is the Underground?
The Underground is a place of meeting for culture and conversation, for arts and education, offering diverse programming to foster the artistic and intellectual life of Northern Minnesota. We also hold our Underground season shows in this space.

The Underground is general admission seating with 120 seats. There is no visual obstruction, so like our Main Stage, there is no bad seat in the house.


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