Experience history.

A National Historic Landmark

Located on the south end of Downtown Minneapolis, this newly renovated national historic landmark has been a home for local, national, and international entertainment since 1920. It is within walking distance of a multitude of dining options on Minneapolis’ world famous “Eat Street” on Nicollet Ave. The theater seats 437 people, split between a balcony level and main floor.

Then and Now

The nearly 16,000-square-foot 437 seat theater at 1407 Nicollet Ave. S. has been home to the hit show “Triple Espresso,” a comedy that started in 1995 and returned to the Music Box for several years during the holiday season. The century old theatre is now fully operated by Wooddale Church, and is located near the Minneapolis Convention Center. Wooddale’s vision is to use the Music Box Theatre to build a community-focused church and a diverse, positive, performance space for creatives to bring current and cutting edge arts to Loring Park and throughout the Twin Cities.

About Wooddale

Come Join Us

Looking for a place to worship? Check out Wooddale Loring Park, the full-time managers of the Music Box Theatre. Wooddale meets at the Music Box on Sundays and throughout the week offering many fun and impactful events, community groups, and worship services. Several large parking garages and ramps are located just a couple blocks from the theatre. There are numerous family-friendly restaurants within walking distance.

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Get In Touch

Event Information:

Julie Faltinson

Campus Coordinator


Wooddale Loring Park:

Trent Palmberg

Campus Pastor


General Information: