Dancing at the Minnesota History Center

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In the summer of 2001, the Minnesota History Center sponsored a series of outdoor dances—each in a different style—to celebrate its exhibit, "Sounds Good to Me: Music in Minnesota". The series was called "9 Nights of Music Fun", and the Roseville Big Band played for the swing dance on July 17, entertaining a crowd of 462 dancers and spectators.

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Click here for the list of songs the band played at the dance.
Click here for a complete list of the Roseville Big Band's performances in 2001.

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