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Mall of AmericaAs the nation’s largest retail and entertainment complex, Mall of America® hosts over 400 events. MOA® has earned a national reputation for entertaining guests with celebrity appearances, musical performances, charitable initiatives, product launches, book signings and movie premieres.

Featured Events

  1. Maryellen's Swingin' Sock Hop

    Tuesday, October 13 and Wednesday, October 14
    5 - 7 p.m.
    American Girl®

    Join us for a rock-n-rollin’ good time and bop to the music of the fabulous ’50s at Maryellen’s Swingin’ Sock Hop! Get dressed up in fun 1950s-style fashions, then come to the store and learn to dance the most popular dances of that era. Take some great photos using a hip diner backdrop, decorate a Maryellen-themed goody bag filled with take-home gifts, and enjoy a special treat, too! Tickets are $10 per person. Note: prepaid event reservations are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Reservations required. Call toll-free at 877.247.5223. For girls ages 8 and up.

  2. Barnes & Noble Presents: Jesse Ventura Book Signing

    Saturday, October 24
    2 p.m.
    Barnes & Noble

    Jesse Ventura is a former professional wrestler, actor, political commentator, naval veteran and politician who served as the 38th Governor of Minnesota. Ventura will be making a special appearance in Barnes & Noble in October to sign copies of his latest book, "American Conspiracies." Be sure you mark your calendars for this great event!

    For more information, please see the Official Event Guidelines.

  3. Ballroom Dance Showcase

    Wednesday, October 28
    7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
    Rotunda

    Come and watch some of the best ballroom dancing in the Twin Cities on Wednesday, October 28!  USA Dance-MN will sponsor an all-star showcase of ballroom dancing from waltz, tango, and foxtrot, to swing and many formation team performances by dancers of all ages!  A fun-filled evening highlighting the talents of many local competitors!  You just might want to get up and dance too!

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