North Loop Green is partnering with local businesses and event organizers to bring more than 100 events to its 1-acre green space this summer.

Starting on June 4, the Green will host year-round outdoor programming including movie nights, live music, fitness classes, local markets, seasonal festivals, and other events, according to a Tuesday announcement.

These are the weekly events happening in the Green from the beginning of June through mid-September:

  • Tuesdays: Yoga classes with Annie Hayes Wellness & Yoga at 5:30 p.m.
  • Wednesdays: HIIT classes with Grind MPLS every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. and movie screenings on select Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
  • Thursdays: North Loop Night Market featuring a lineup of local vendors from 5-8 p.m. 
  • Fridays: Cycle rides with Grind MPLS at 5:30 p.m.
  • Saturdays: Classes combining strength conditioning, cardio, and mindfulness with Barre3 on select Saturdays at 9:30 a.m.

A community block party will take place in the Green on June 23, with music, food, and activities, a few weeks after North Loop Green opens.

The Children’s Theater Company will offer monthly Music in Motion and Story Theater classes in the Green on June 9, July 14, and Aug. 11. 

Totally Rad Vintage Fest, a traveling vintage market that’s come to the Minneapolis Convention Center and the Mall of America before, will set up shop in the Green on July 6, Aug. 3, and Sept. 7, the first Saturday of each month.

Located across the street from Target Field, the Green will also screen some Minnesota Twins games, as North Loop Green tries to position itself as a go-to spot for fans.

A rendering of what the Green could look like in the winter

North Loop Green is a two-tower residential and office development with 450 apartments and about 350,000 square feet of office space. Three restaurants will occupy ground-floor commercial spaces: Hope Breakfast Bar, Salt & Flour, and Bassett Hound.

North Loop Green was co-developed by Marquee Development, a Chicago-based firm centered around entertainment, hospitality, and sports. Its projects include Gallagher Way outside of Wrigley Field, a similar green space that hosts movie screenings, concerts, movie screenings, markets, and other events.

Marquee Development’s goal is “to enrich communities by creating inclusive spaces that become neighborhood favorites,” according to Megan Cantwell, SVP of Marketing and Events for Marquee Development.

"We're thrilled to announce this unique lineup of activities for all ages, highlighting local businesses and amplifying the distinct characteristics of the North Loop neighborhood," she said in a statement.