What to do on Monday at the Minnesota State Fair

August 30 – Monday, August 30> Seniors’ Day

Today’s Deals – Discount Receipts – Seniors (65+) $ 11. Special trips and game promotions are offered throughout the day at Power Midway and Kidway. Many grocery stores and caterers offer special deals for all fair visitors.

Minnesota State Security Day at the North End (from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) – At the North of Minnesota State Patrol Day, travelers can see what amazing K-9s can do. New and old team vehicles will be displayed, and troops from various special services will highlight some of the special services provided by the Minnesota State Patrol. This is a time for visitors to meet with state troops and answer questions.

Mental Health Awareness at Dan Pache Park (8 am-6pm): This is a day full of interactive, engaging, educational and fun activities for guests of all ages to explore mental health resources and information. Event organizers host more than 50 organizations from across Minnesota to provide the most up-to-date information on mental health and mental health. There will be a variety of stage performances for a wide range of audiences, including children’s programs, cultural performances, youth shows, musicians and therapy. There will be a joint art project that anyone can help as they walk through the event. Presented by NAMI Minnesota and Minnesota State Advisory Council on Mental Health and Children’s Mental Health Subcommittee.

The full daily program is available at the State Fair Information booth or online at mnstatefair.org. In addition to butter, barn and corn dogs, here they are …

Three to see

Garbage – Loves the so-called “garbage” stage. In today’s parade, two demonstrations must deliver the fruits of wisdom – “Corn – Row to Show” at 4pm and “Corn Flour Bags – It’s in the Bag” at 5 p.m.

Find Comfort – Fresh Food and Meat Bread. What is the best comfort food in Minnesota? There will be a bakery contest in the Cambrian kitchen from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Love the parade: have a drink and find a place to watch the daily parade at the festival every day at 2 p.m.

Music at the exhibition

In the supermarket – the riders They came back in 1954, but in the ’70s, “I’ll be close,” “I may have fallen in love,” “You came from there,” “games,” people would play, “Rubberband man,” and “my way back to you.” Retro rock acts are also accounted for by little Anthony and the Imperial and grass roots. 7 p.m. $ 31.

Exhibition Free: New Super Team Ezra Ray Hart: Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray), Kevin Griffin (Better than Ezra) and Emerson Hart (Tonic). 8:30 p.m. Leinie Lodge Bandshell.


On Saturday, 129,984 attended the fair.

On the first Saturday, the exhibition attendance record was 222,194. In 2018, it was 209,105.

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