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Address201 E Fourth Street
Saint Paul, MN 55101
Located at 201 E. 4th Street in St. Paul, Minnesota; Station 4 is the city's premier venue for rock! The venue is open nightly from 3pm - 2am and is always looking to book the area's favorite local rock acts and aspiring groups. All genres are welcome on the Station 4 schedule, which is jam packed with all your favorite local artists and national touring acts. The full bar features several local craft beers and is a recognized Wild Turkey establishment. Check out the Station 4 concert calendar for age restrictions, show times, and ticketing information. Whether its a local act or and out of town band that you are dying to see, the Station 4 schedule has it all. Don't miss out when your favorite band is scheduled on the Station 4 concert calendar. Register with Eventful and receive weekly updates and to purchase tickets for all your favorite events on the Station 4 schedule!Links
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