The Spark Festival features a variety of diverse art and performance spaces in and near the University of Minnesota's West Bank campus. This year's venues include:
Located at 1407 South Washington Avenue, the "Love Power Church" building is an historic and iconic presence on the West Bank. This is the central venue for SPARK concert programming and Night Life.
Please join us at the Love Power venue for dinner starting Wednesday and lunch starting Thursday, thanks to of the Jewel of India.
The Regis is home to the University of Minnesota's art department. It hosts a number of gallery spaces and workshop facilities, and has featured some the Spark Festival's most physically grandiose works.
The Barbara Barker Center for Dance is a facility for both instruction and public dance performances, the building plays an important role in the development of a dance program and the University's arts district on the West Bank Campus.
A rising star in the West Bank grassroots and collaborative arts scene, the "1419" is among the most innovatively conceived art spaces in the Twin Cities area. This unique building hosts the Festival's noise concerts.