Explore Minnesota Weekly Events Update - June 27, 2018

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Explore Minnesota Weekly Events Update - June 27, 2018
Brown County Fair in New Ulm; photo by Carolyn Marti Smith

There are more than 90 Minnesota County Fairs, each with its own distinct flavor and personality. Carnival rides, agriculture and livestock displays, and plenty of food are among the many things that make these events fun outings for the whole family!

Other event highlights this week include:

June 29 - July 4, Elysian
Elysian 4th of July Celebration

June 28 - July 4, Roseville
Rosefest 2018

June 29 - July 1, Melrose
Melrose Riverfest

June 30 - July 1, Longville
Turtle Town Art Fair & Music in the Park

June 27 - July 1, Pine City
Freedom Fest


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Southern Minnesota

Now through Sept. 1 (Saturday evenings), Pipestone
Pipestone Ghost Walks
This walk will and stroll down Main Street and meander through alleyways while a costumed guide spins tales of the bizarre and unusual as well as providing some history of the area. A highlight of the tour is a local hotel which is a source of many paranormal activities and sightings. Pipestone County Museum. 507-825-2563

June 29 - July 3, Welch
Treasure Island Block Party 2018
The Island Block Party is back with carnival rides, live music including Vince Neil of Motley Crue, Cinderella's Tom Keifer and more, all leading up to the biggest fireworks display in southern Minnesota. Treasure Island Resort & Casino. 651-388-6300

June 29 - July 4, Elysian
Elysian 4th of July Celebration
In Elysian, the 4th of July is celebrated over multiple days with highlights such as a kid's fishing contest, grand & kiddie parades, dances, Sakatah Trail Sing-along, kids' carnival, flea market, car show, silent auction and fireworks display. Downtown Elysian. 507-267-4040

June 30, Faribault
FAB 6: All You Need is Love Beatle's Encore Show
FAB 6 returns to the Paradise stage after their sold out, standing-room only performance in 2017. In addition to Beatle's favorites from the 2017 show, FAB 6 will perform new Beatle songs, presented with aplomb and joy. This amazing show includes 6 highly talented musicians who are life-long Beatles fans. They are joined onstage by The Pepperland String Quartet, The Parlophone Singers and The Sun King Brass. The Paradise Center for the Arts. 507-332-7372

June 30 - July 4, Austin
Freedom Fest
Freedom Fest celebrates our independence over numerous days with lots of fun events and activities such as the Jaycees Street Dance, Parking Lot Party, arts & crafts show, car show, live music by numerous bands, SPAM Town Disc Golf Tournament, Mini-Piggy Fun Run, 25-mile bike ride, kids' fishing contest, parade, fly-in Breakfast, water wars, 5-mile jog, ice cream social, raffle and more. Band Shell Community Park. 507-437-4561

July 2-22, Winona
Minnesota Beethoven Festival
Celebrate the music and legacy of Ludwig van Beethoven at the MN Beethoven Festival. Enjoy 11 concerts by nationally and internationally recognized artists at various venues throughout Winona. This year's headliner is Sarah Chang! 507-474-9055

July 4, Waseca
Lakefest Music Festival
Celebrate Independence Day by the lake during the Lakefest Music Festival. Highlights include the Lakefest Freedom Run, live stage entertainment by 5 bands, a boat parade, root beer float specials, food vendors, beer garden, face painting, airbrush tattoos and crazy hair, inflatable rides, kiddie train and fireworks show at dusk. Clear Lake Park (with playground equipment and public beach). 507-461-2604

July 6-8, North Mankato
North Mankato Fun Days
North Mankato Fun Days delivers 3 days of fun for people of all ages including Grande and Kiddie parades, carnival games & midway rides (special needs carnival on Sunday), dancing & live music, petting zoo, kids' pedal tractor pull, bingo, car show, food concessions, and more. Wheeler Park. 800-232-6909

July 6-21 (Fridays & Saturdays), Walnut Grove
Wilder Pageant
The Wilder Pageant is a family-oriented outdoor drama based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder in Walnut Grove. This nightly live performance includes all characters from the Walnut Grove area. Laura narrates the story, reflecting on her life in Walnut Grove in the 1870s. Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and the hillside amphitheater on the banks of Plum Creek. 507-859-2174

July 13-15, Welch
Prairie Island Indian Community Pow Wow
Watch, listen and feel Native American culture and history come to life. In addition to daily Grand Entries, dancers, drum groups and singers, visit the many vendor booths and try a variety of Native foods. The celebration is held outdoors next to Treasure Island Resort & Casino. 651-267-4020; 651-388-6300

Minneapolis-St. Paul Area

Now through July 4, White Bear Lake
White Bear Lake Manitou Days
Celebrate Manitou Days in this beautiful lakeside community, and enjoy more than 70 events! The fun kicks-off with Marketfest and ends on the Fourth of July with a spectacular fireworks display to music over the lake. Other highlights include a Grande Parade, Manitou Days Beach Dance, Manitou Days Children's Fishing Contest, My First Tri, Arts & Crafts Fair, Drop-In Discovery Stations, Bear Boating Pontoon Rides, 3rd Annual Manitou Days Pie Contest, YogaDevotion on the Beach, community-wide garage sales, Garden Party, 14th Annual Manitou Days Pet Parade & Blessing, and Sunday Night Fever: Ski Otters Water Ski Show! 651-653-5122

Now through Sept. 3, St. Paul
Blooming Butterflies Exhibit
Blooming Butterflies offers visitors a total immersion experience for the young and old. The 2,500 square foot greenhouse features a thriving butterfly habitat that over the course of the summer will become home to over 100 species of butterflies from around the world. Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. 651-487-8201

Now through Oct. 21, St. Paul
Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea
Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea is a massive, colorful, traveling art exhibit that debuts at Como Park Zoo & Conservatory, June 23. The Washed Ashore exhibit features giant sea life sculptures made entirely of marine debris collected from beaches to graphically illustrate the plastic pollution found in our oceans and waterways. The artwork will be combined with scientifically based educational signage to teach visitors about ocean stewardship, responsible consumer habits and how every action counts to help save our seas. Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. 651-487-8201

June 28 - July 4, Roseville
Rosefest 2018
Rosefest celebrates the community's values and traditions of health and wellness, arts and entertainment, fun and fresh air for people of all ages. Events include the annual Rose Parade, Party in the Park, Golden Rose Medallion Hunt, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" at the Frank Rog Amphitheatre in Central Park, Superhero Carnival, Rosefest Campfire & Backyard Campout, live music, food & exhibitor vendors, inflatables and fireworks over Lake Bennett! 651-792-7000

June 29, Apple Valley
Chaka Khan
Chaka Khan with special guest Victory Boyd will perform at the Weesner Family Amphitheater at the Minnesota Zoo. 952-431-9200

June 29 - July 4, Forest Lake
Forest Lake 4th of July Celebration
Forest Lake's 4th of July Celebration is a multi-day event featuring a carnival, numerous live music acts, bingo, steak fry, old time baseball game, 4th of July parade, and fireworks. Many events at the Forest Lake American Legion. 651-464-2600

July 1, Prior Lake
World-renowned composer Yanni will perform at the Mystic Showroom stage as part of “Live At The Acropolis” 25th Anniversary Tour. 952-496-6563

July 2-4, Chanhassen
City of Chanhassen's 4th of July Celebration
This fun-filled family event includes Family Night at the Carnival, Midwest Carnival rides & concessions, the Taste of Chanhassen, a street dance featuring the Casa Blanca Orchestra, pony rides, petting zoo, kiddie games, live music, water wars, adult & kiddie fishing contests, 4th of July parade, fireworks and much more! City Center Park & Lake Ann. 952-227-1100

July 3-4, Eagan
July 4th Funfest
Bring the family to enjoy the colorful parade, thrilling rides, carnival fun, nightly entertainment with a performance by The Gear Daddies, bike parade, Texas Hold 'em and more on the festival grounds of Central Park. The fireworks display is the region's largest, taking place at dusk on the 4th of July. 651-675-5546

July 4, Minneapolis
Red, White and Boom
Celebrate America's Independence Day at Red, White and Boom, a celebration hosted by the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board. This annual event attracts more than 75,000 people to sites along the downtown Minneapolis riverfront, and features live music, great food, fun activities for the whole family, and the grand finale - fireworks! Downtown Minneapolis Riverfront. 612-230-6400

July 4, Excelsior
Lake Minnetonka 4th of July Celebration
Excelsior's Lake Minnetonka 4th of July Celebration kicks off with 1 mile, 5K & 10K Firecracker Fun Runs and ends with fireworks over Lake Minnetonka. In between, enjoy a Kiddie Parade, sand sculpture contest, Popsicle Social, live music by local bands, children's activities, food and merchant vendors. Commons Park in Excelsior. 952-474-6461

July 4, St. Paul
Independence Day Celebration
Spend the United States' birthday exploring the history of freedom in 19th-century America. Experience how the holiday was celebrated nearly two centuries ago, complete with cannon and musket salutes, military dress parades, fife and drum music, and much more. Also visit interactive learning stations around the fort and learn about the struggles for freedom and independence for several different groups of Americans such as enslaved people, Native Americans, and women. Historic Fort Snelling. 612-726-1171

July 4-14, Lakeville
The 52nd Annual Pan-O-Prog celebrates the growth and development of the community with 4th of July fireworks, carnival games & rides, Grande Parade, Cruise Night, Music in the Park, scholarship pageant, Beer, Brats & Bingo, 1 & 4 mile runs, ice cream social, pet show, dances, parade, picnics, classic car show, talent contest, tournaments and more. Historic downtown Lakeville. 952-985-4400

July 6-7, Minneapolis
Basilica Block Party
The Basilica Block Party is two days of premiere music by 20 acts. Headliners include Cake, Fitz and the Tantrums, Jason Isbell, Lady Lark and Third Eye Blind! Basilica of Saint Mary. 612-333-1381

July 7-15, Hopkins
Raspberry Festival
The 84th Annual Raspberry Festival is a tradition for Minnesotans with 10 days of family friendly activities and events. Highlights include the Golden Raspberry Selfie Contest, street dances, numerous live music acts, Marketplace Arts and Craft Fair, kids' fishing event, Royalty Coronation and Royal Ball, Celebration of Community vendors, cultural exhibits and storytelling, Hopkins Cruisers car show, big wheel races, children's activities, the Raspberry Run and Grande Parade. Locations throughout Hopkins. 952-931-0878

Upcoming Twin Cities' concerts and performances include:
Love Never Dies at the Historic Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, June 26 - July 1
Dan Fogerty & ZZ Top at Treasure Island Resort & Casino in Welch,, June 29
Kesha - Rainbow Tour at Mystic Amphitheater in Prior Lake, June 30
The Eagles at Target Field in Minneapolis, June 30
Big & Rich at Treasure Island Resort & Casino in Welch, July 1
Harry Styles Live On Tour at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, July 1
Yanni 25 - Acropolis Anniversary Concert Tour at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, July 1
Vince Neil at Treasure Island Resort & Casino in Welch, July 2
Pitbull at Mystic Amphitheater, July 3
Paramore & Foster the People at The Armory in Minneapolis, July 5
Boz Scaggs at the Historic State Theatre in Minneapolis, July 10
David Cross at the Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis, July 11
Panic at the Disco at Target Center in Minneapolis, July 11
Michael Che at the Pantages Theatre, July 12
The Pretenders at the Historic State Theatre, July 16
Train at Treasure Island Resort & Casino in Welch, July 17
X Games at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, July 19-22
Jerry Lee Lewis at Treasure Island Casino in Welch, July 21
Luke Bryan at Target Field in Minneapolis, July 21
Nickelback & Pop Evil at Treasure Island Casino, July 22
Vans Warped Tour at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, July 22
Coheed and Cambria & Taking Back Sunday at The Armory, July 25
Dan and Phil - Interactive Introverts Tour at the Historic Orpheum Theatre, July 26
Three Doors Down & Collective Soul at The Armory, July 26
Live Nation Presents Journey & Def Leppard at Target Field in Minneapolis, July 27
International Champions Cup at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, July 31
Tickets available through Eventful or Ticketmaster

Central Minnesota

June 29 - July 1, Melrose
Melrose Riverfest
Join the community of Melrose for a fun weekend full of music by numerous acts, contests, pig races, sidewalk sales, medallion hunt, petting zoo, pony rides, free-throw contest, children's games, duck races, food vendors, runs & walks, fireworks, parade, Little Miss Pageant, and headliner band, The Fabulous Armadillos! Sauk River Park. 320-256-7174

June 29 - July 1, Swanville
Swanville Carnival
The 56th Annual Swanville Carnival includes midway rides, carnival games, bingo, world-famous barbecue chicken, other fair treats and a beer garden. Downtown Swanville. 320-232-7305

June 30 - July 4, Spicer
Spicer 4th of July Celebration
Spicer's 4th of July Celebration offers tons of activities for all ages. In addition to a great arts and crafts fair, there is an amusing flea market, Church on the Beach, Sunday Brunch Cruise, volleyball, basketball and softball tournaments, pony rides, kiddie pedal tractor pull, competitive 12-mile race, live music, street dance, Dueling Duo at Glacial Ridge Winery, boat parade, Grande Day parade with over 100 participants, and dazzling fireworks display over Green Lake. 320-796-8066

July 3, Nisswa
Nisswa Freedom Celebration & Parade
Celebrate freedom in Nisswa with a full schedule of fun on July 3 including water wars, turtle races, live music by 3 bands, food vendors, and the Freedom Days Parade. Downtown Nisswa. 218-963-2620

July 3-4, Prinsburg
Prinsburg 4th of July Celebration
This small town celebrates Independence Day in a big way! Enjoy a variety of events for the whole family including a golf scramble, ice cream social, Freedom Fun Run, fireworks display, community dinner, silent auction, inflatables, concessions, bean bag toss tournament, Teen Scene, pedal tractor pull, kids' movie, and Kiddie & Grande Day parades! 320-978-8700

July 3-4, Pequot Lakes
Stars & Stripes Days in Pequot Lakes
This 2-day 4th of July celebration includes food vendors, beer gardens, live music, bean bag tournaments and fireworks on July 3rd. On the 4th of July, enjoy a firemen's pancake breakfast, craft fair, food vendors, live music, bungee trampoline and kids climb, Money in the Haystack, Golden Bobber Hunt, kiddie parade, bed races, and the Stars & Stripes Parade. 218-568-8911

July 4, St. Cloud
St. Cloud Fireworks
St. Cloud's 72nd Annual 4th of July Fireworks will light up the sky at 10 p.m. on the July 4th. The fireworks show will be synchronized to a specially selected music soundtrack with great viewing areas on both sides of the Mississippi River, in Wilson and Hester parks, along 5th Avenue North and other parts of the community. 320-252-4414

July 6-8, Isle
Isle Days
The Isle Days citywide celebration includes events all weekend such as carnival rides & games, Kiddie, Grande & Boat parades, medallion hunt, fun run, craft vendors, live music, street dance, car show, kids' coin hunt, flea market, food stands and more! Sites throughout Isle. 888-708-3669

July 6-8, Brainerd
Bracket Drag Racing Series
Brainerd International Raceway's Bracket Drag Racing Series features some of the most exciting amateur drag racing in the Upper Midwest. During the 8-weekend series, 250+ drivers compete in 11 classes in dragsters, cars, trucks, bikes, snowmobiles and Junior Dragsters. Racers battle for prize money, series points and a chance at a series championship. Brainerd International Raceway. 218-824-7223

July 14, Monticello
Art in the Park
This fine arts & crafts show includes more than 65 exhibitors displaying and selling handcrafted items. In addition, enjoy food and beverage vendors, and live music and entertainment along the banks of the Mississippi River. The Famous Armadillos will perform after the event. Ellison Park. 763-295-2700

Northwest Minnesota

June 20-July 1, Walker
Nunsensations Las Vegas Revue
Nunsensations takes place six weeks after the sisters have staged their first benefit. The sisters are back presenting a "thank you" show for all the people who supported them in the past. But now, they're a bit slicker, having been "bitten by the theater bug." Things get to off to a rousing start as the sisters sing Nunsense, the Magic Word, then chaos erupts. This show will have you rolling in the aisles! Walker Bay Theater. 218-547-4044

June 30, Bemidji
Bemidji Bird City Celebration: Purple Martin Fest and Nature Expo
The 2nd Annual Bemidji Bird City Celebration will include numerous speakers and presentations on native birds and what local groups are doing to make Bemidji a 'bird-friendly' city. In addition, enjoy lots of children's activities, and check out all of the vendors and exhibitors. Admission is free to all Saturday events, but a state parks pass is needed for the Raptors Live presentation at Lake Bemidji State Park on Friday evening. Various locations in Bemidji. 218-760-3592

June 30 - July 1, Longville
Turtle Town Art Fair & Music in the Park
The city of Longville will host 2 popular events over one weekend. On Saturday, June 30, enjoy one-of-a-kind creations at the famous Turtle Town Art Fair on the park-like grounds of Salem Lutheran Church. And on Sunday, July 1, check out Music in the Park with a free musical performance by Monroe Crossing on the Salem Lutheran Church grounds. Bring a picnic dinner, as well as a blanket or lawn chairs. 218-363-2630

July 4, Park Rapids
Hometown 4th of July
The Hometown 4th of July begins with the Firecracker 5K Footrace walk/run, and ends with the Park Rapids fireworks display! Other highlights include a Pie Baking contest and auction at Beagle and Wolf Books & Bindery, community bank concert and 4th of July Parade! Enjoy this classic 4th of July Celebration in Park Rapids, home of the Mississippi Headwaters. 218-732-4111

July 4, Detroit Lakes
4th of July Fireworks Display
Take a spot on Detroit Lake's mile-long city beach to see the spectacular fireworks display at dusk. 218-847-9202

July 4, Warroad
4th of July Festival
Warroad celebrates the 4th like never before with an amazing fireworks display over Lake of the Woods. Other highlights include a street dance, inflatables, live music, pancake breakfast, children's races, games, water wars, food and merchant vendors, and Grande Parade. Downtown Warroad. 218-386-3543

July 6-7, Remer
Bigfoot Days
This annual event just keeps growing since Remer declared itself the Home of Bigfoot! Festivities include live music, Bigfoot Olympics, live Bigfoot storytelling, Bigfoot 5K, BBQ Contest, petting zoo, Adult Bigfoot Scavenger Hunt, adult and kids' Bigfoot Calling contests, family picnic, bingo, raffles and more! Minnesota Bigfoot and Northern Minnesota Bigfoot research teams will provide information on what's new in the world of Sasquatch. Downtown Remer. 218-566-1680

July 6-11, Hackensack
Sweetheart Days
The always popular Sweetheart Days event includes a variety of activities for kids of all ages including the Sweetheart Parade, Dachshund Derby, fireworks display, live music, theater performances, car & motorcycle show, corn hole tournament, scavenger hunt and children's games in the park. Downtown Hackensack. 218-675-6135

July 14, Bagley
Bagley Art in the Park
Bagley's 31st Annual Art in the Park event includes artwork by a variety of local artists and craftspeople, as well as food vendors, live entertainment and crafts for children. Bagley City Park. 218-533-0120

Northeast Minnesota

June 27 - July 1, Pine City
Freedom Fest
The annual Pine City Freedom Fest includes such highlights as Solid Rock in the Park with numerous bands, Art in the Park, BBQ & Car Show, triathlon, street dance, Money Scramble, Pine City Sings, The Amazing Race, tractor show, children's activities, bingo, food booths, a performance by The Whitesidewalls and fireworks finale. Pine County Fairgrounds. 320-322-4040

June 30, Grand Rapids
Dream on Nilsson - Harry Nilsson Tribute Concert
Dream On Nilsson is a Minneapolis-based tribute band that performs fresh, modern and revitalized versions of the music written and sung by the late great Harry Nilsson. A prolific song writer who gained success in the 1970s, he is best known for his songs "Coconut," "Everybody's Talking," "One" and "Without You." The program will include video projections portraying infamous moments in Harry's life, rare footage, a full night of Harry Nilsson classics and "deep cuts." Reif Performing Arts Center. 218-327-5780

June 30, International Falls
Boundary Waters Dragon Boat Festival & International Tug of War
The 7th Annual International Boundary Waters Dragon Boat Festival features teams of 8 paddlers, seated facing each other in the boat for a full on, power paddle duel on the water. All teams must have a drummer and a steersman. Registration is taken the day of the festival at the Sorting Gap Marina. During the International Tug of War, watch Team USA and Team Canada compete in a tug of war across the Rainy River as they pull on the 1,200 foot rope that crosses the water border between the United States and Canada. 218-324-3180; 218-285-7225

July 1-19, Iron Range communities
Northern Lights Music Festival
One of Minnesota’s largest music festivals, the Northern Lights Music Festival offers lovers of classical music three weeks of opera, chamber music and orchestra concerts presented by an international roster of guest artists, performing faculty and prize-winning young artists. On the 4th of July, enjoy a performance by the Northern Lights Festival Orchestra conducted by Gavriel Heine of the Mariinsky Theater, St. Petersburg, at the Veda Zuponcic Auditorium in Aurora. 218-780-2292

July 3-4, Eveleth
Eveleth Fourth of July Celebration
The Eveleth Fourth of July Celebration party is fun for all ages with a street dance, live music, fireworks display, parade, children's games, coin hunt, inflatable fun houses, Firecracker 5K Run, beach to beach swim, and food and merchandise vendors. Be sure to also check out the world's largest hockey stick and the Hall of Legends at the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Museum. Downtown Eveleth. 218-744-2121

July 4, Ely
July 4th Parade & Fireworks
This is a true small town parade with a variety of floats, vehicles, music and more! After sunset, join the town in celebrating Independence Day with festive fireworks at Miners Lake. Additional events will be scheduled throughout the day. Multiple locations in Ely. 218-365-6123

July 4, Cloquet
Cloquet's 4th of July Celebration
Enjoy events all day during Cloquet's 4th of July Celebration including the Sawdust 5K, parade, helicopter rides, pony rides, wagon rides, Dash for Cash, Beach Party, movie in the park, patriotic ceremony, free children's activities, fireworks display and carnival games and rides -- the carnival runs June 30 through July 4! Cloquet Avenue & Hwy 33. 218-879-1551

July 4, Duluth
Fourth Fest 2018
Duluthians and visitors alike will be filled with oohs and aahs during the free Fourth Fest community celebration. Gates open at 4 p.m. with music beginning at 5 p.m. At dusk, enjoy Minnesota's largest fireworks display. The aerial display will be fully synchronized to a musical program that will be broadcast on the radio. Bayfront Festival Park. 218-722-4011

July 6-8, Deer River
World's Largest Wild Rice Festival
The World's Largest Wild Rice Festival delivers a full weekend of family-friendly fun. Highlights include carnival games and rides, the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Pow Wow, amateur music competition, Sawdust Scramble, bike rodeo, medallion hunt, Wild Rice Run, parade, turkey dinner, Sportsman's Turtle Feed, beer gardens, flea market and more! Downtown Deer River & White Oak Casino. 218-246-8302

July 7-8, Duluth
Duluth Airshow, presented by St. Lukes
The Duluth Air & Aviation Expo, presented by St. Lukes, is the largest air show in Minnesota. Featured are the USAF ThunderBirds and the Canadian Air Force Snowbirds. Arrive early to take in all of the static displays including WWII warbirds, bombers and a host of other aerial acts. There is plenty of entertainment for the entire family including a Kids' Fun Zone, Runway 4K, and performances. Duluth International Airport. 218-628-9995

July 14-15, Moose Lake
Agate Days Celebration
Thousands of visitors head to Moose Lake's Agate Days Celebration each year. Highlights include the Clark-Olsen Agate Stampede, Gem and Mineral Show, Art in the Park, agate & rock identification, antique car show, free open house at Moose Lake State Park & Geological interpretive Center (no state park sticker needed), pancake breakfast, and more -- experience the madness! Downtown Moose Lake. 218-485-4145


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