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The Historic Transformation of the Jeune Lune

The Theatre de la Jeune Lune is converted into one of Minneapolis’ chicest new wedding venues.

When the Theatre de la Jeune Lune closed its doors in 2008, Minneapolitans wondered what would become of the historic building. With its high ceilings, exposed-brick interiors and notable location in the Warehouse District, the theater was a real estate developer’s dream. After years of debate, the building’s doors finally re-opened and Aria at the Jeune Lune was born. Quickly, the space has become one of Minneapolis’ most sought after.

There’s more to Aria at the Jeune Lune than meets the eye. While the urban location is a major selling point, the interior of the building is what makes brides say “I do” to the venue. Expansive floor space and 34-foot ceilings make Aria at the Jeune Lune a blank canvas for brides. From vintage-inspired to contemporary, weddings of every type are well suited to the space.

The spacious venue can accommodate any size guest list. For brides desiring a large wedding, the building is big enough to host more than 1,000 guests. Almost magically, that same space can be transformed into a more intimate scale for smaller wedding parties.

When planning the reception dinner, brides can pick from among Aria at the Jeune Lune’s five approved caterers, including Chowgirls Killer Catering, Crave Catering, Create Catering, D’Amico Catering and Fabulous Catering—all of which promise to deliver an amazing culinary experience for your guests.