Barry Manilow to Perform 'Last St. Paul Concert Ever' in August

Barry Manilow, the 80-year-old pop music legend, has confirmed his first Twin Cities concert in eight years, which will reportedly be his last time performing in St. Paul.


Barry Manilow's Last St. Paul Concert

Barry Manilow, the iconic singer/songwriter from the '70s, is set to perform his 'last St. Paul concert ever' at the Xcel Energy Center on August 2. This concert marks his first time in town since his previous 'last' concert in 2016.

During his illustrious career, Manilow has given us hits like 'Mandy,' 'Copacabana,' and 'I Write the Songs.' His music has become a staple on playlists and continues to resonate with fans of all ages.

Tickets for the concert will go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. Prices will be announced soon.

The Final Tour

Barry Manilow's upcoming concert is part of a larger tour that includes seven other cities. He will be performing in Green Bay, Wis., on July 29; Omaha on July 30; and Milwaukee on Aug. 3, among other locations.

The tour is being promoted as 'his last St. Paul concert ever,' suggesting that this might truly be the end of Manilow's live performances in the city. Fans have eagerly awaited this announcement and are excited to see the pop music hero grace the stage once again.

Manilow expressed his gratitude for the love and support he has received throughout his career, stating that the journey has been incredible.

A Prolific Career

Barry Manilow's last performance in Xcel Center was in 2016 as part of his One Last Time Tour. Since then, he has focused on performing in Las Vegas, regularly entertaining audiences there.

With his upcoming concert in St. Paul, fans have the opportunity to witness a living legend live on stage. It's a chance to relive the magic of Manilow's music and be part of a memorable musical experience.

Barry Manilow's music has left an indelible mark on the music industry, and this concert is a testament to his enduring popularity and talent.