This Sinister Story Behind This Popular Minneapolis Club Will Give You Chills

Since 1970, First Avenue & 7th St. Entry has been a spot for the coolest people in all of Minneapolis to come together. First Avenue has survived numerous owners, name changes, and even bankruptcy, but has stood the test of time. Some of the biggest artists in the world played in First Ave’s Mainroom, such as U2, The Replacements, and Prince. First Ave has a lot of history, but not all of it is pleasant; rumor has it that some seriously sinister events happened here that has left the music venue haunted today.

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Concertgoers have had run-ins with First Avenue’s ghosts for decades. The young woman’s suicide has haunted the venue for a very long time, and she may haunt it for the rest of eternity. Have you ever seen any ghosts in the Twin Cities? Let us know in the comments below.

If you’re fascinated by the paranormal, read 8 Disturbing Cemeteries Around Minneapolis-Saint Paul That Will Give You Goosebumps.