Saturday, August 28> 4 p.m.
Today: Visit the zoo and 4-H building for programs and judging events. For a complete schedule, check out the Daily Schedules at Fairgrounds or at mnstatefair.org.
In addition to butter, barn and corn dogs, here they are…
Three to see
Smart dogs – Minnesota 4-Hers show off their dogs in peaceful demonstrations during the day at the Pet Pavilion from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
A new crop of artists -As the epidemic closes the 2020 State Exhibition, fans of the famous crop art at the Ag-Hort building are given the opportunity to create their own race scenes at home. Those people are invited to enter this year’s competition. You can see how they did it in the crop art show.
Admire the octagon – On your way, check out the building itself, to visit a crop of pumpkins or a giant pumpkin or to find a frozen apple pop in an agricultural garden building. This rectangular building hosts contests, exhibitions, exhibitions and discounts related to agriculture, horticulture and bee culture. A.D. It opened in 1947, and its architecture reflects the light of the 4-H building and the modified shapes.
Music at the exhibition
In the supermarket; The current annual music-on-stick show at the MPR Indy Rock venue features two acts in heavy swing. Lake Street Div plays pop music inspired by the forces, jazz and R&B by the Beatles. Native Tigers have spent the last five years building fans and recently hit No. 1 on the current table show “Catch Love.” 6:30 p.m. $ 38-28.
Free on show; The Gear Daddies, who are best known for their “Zamboni” hit, will remain a strong environmental figure and should attract a large and unassuming crowd. 8:30 p.m. Leinie Lodge Bandshell.
A total of 61,983 attended the fair on Thursday.
On the opening day of the exhibition attendance record In 2019, it was 133,326.