Minnesota Festivals 2020, 2021

WE Festival 2020

WE Festival

August, 2020

Soo Pass Ranch, 25526 County Hwy 22 Detroit Lakes, MN, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota

Barnesville Potato Days 2020

Barnesville Potato Days

August, 2020

Multiple Locations around Downtown Barnesville, Barnesville, Barnesville, Minnesota

Central Saint Louis County Fair 2020

Central Saint Louis County Fair

August, 2020

Meadowlands City Park , Meadowlands, Minnesota

Como Park Zoo & Conservatory Japanese Lantern Lighting Festival 2020

Como Park Zoo & Conservatory Japanese Lantern Lighting Festival

August, 2020

Como Park Zoo and Conservatory, 1225 Estabrook Dr Saint Paul, Saint Paul, Minnesota

Dakota County Fair and Heritage Village 2020

Dakota County Fair and Heritage Village

August, 2020

Dakota County Fairgrounds, Farmington, Minnesota

North American Festival of Wales 2020

North American Festival of Wales

August, 2020

Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Northwoods Art Festival and Book Fair 2020

Northwoods Art Festival and Book Fair

August, 2020

Lake Avenue - Hackensack, MN 56452, Hackensack, Minnesota

Square Lake Film & Music Festival 2020

Square Lake Film & Music Festival

August, 2020

Square Lake Park, Stillwater, Minnesota

Goods From the Woods Upnorth Fine Arts and Crafts Show 2020

Goods From the Woods Upnorth Fine Arts and Crafts Show

August, 2020

IRA Civic Center - Grand Rapids, MN 55744, Grand Rapids, Minnesota

Craft & Vendor Fair 2020

Craft & Vendor Fair

August, 2020

Downtown , Wahkon, Minnesota

Goodhue County Fair 2020

Goodhue County Fair

August, 2020

Goodhue County Fairgrounds, Zumbrota, Minnesota

Kasson Festival in the Park 2020

Kasson Festival in the Park

August, 2020

North Park , Kasson, Minnesota

Go Fest 2020

Go Fest

August, 2020

Target Field, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Martin County Fair 2020

Martin County Fair

August, 2020

Martin County Fairgrounds, Fairmont, Minnesota

Carver County Fair 2020

Carver County Fair

August, 2020

Carver County Fairgrounds, Waconia, Minnesota

Chipotle Cultivate 2020

Chipotle Cultivate

August, 2020

Loring Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Cook County Fair 2020

Cook County Fair

August, 2020

Cook County Community Center, Grand Marais, Minnesota

Art and All That Jazz Festival 2020

Art and All That Jazz Festival

August, 2020

Nicollet Commons Park, Burnsville, Minnesota

Twin Cities Polish Festival 2020

Twin Cities Polish Festival

August, 2020

SE Main St between E Hennepin Ave & Central Ave SE, SE Main St & Merriam St Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Benton County Fair 2020

Benton County Fair

August, 2020

Benton County Fair Grounds, Sauk Rapids, Minnesota

Powderhorn Art Fair 2020

Powderhorn Art Fair

August, 2020

Powderhorn Park, 3400 15th Ave S Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota

White Oak Rendezvous & History Festival 2020

White Oak Rendezvous & History Festival

August, 2020

White Oak Fur Post, Deer River, Minnesota

Arts and Crafts Festival 2020

Arts and Crafts Festival

August, 2020

Downtown Buffalo, Buffalo, Minnesota

Minnesota Renaissance Festival 2020

Minnesota Renaissance Festival

August, 2020

Minnesota Renaissance Festival Fairgrounds, 12364 Chestnut Boulevard Shakopee, Shakopee, Minnesota

Itasca County Fair 2020

Itasca County Fair

August, 2020

Itasca County Fairgrounds, Grand Rapids, Minnesota

About Festivals in Minnesota

The Gopher State is known for its vast quantities of shimmering and beautiful lakes, popular with millions of locals and travellers alike. It’s a fantastic destination for exploring the great outdoors, but also hosts some excellent and unusual festivals, with something on offer for everyone seeking some fun.

Grand Old Day is one of the largest one-day festivals in the Midwest of the USA and offers a particularly varied program, with areas dedicated to sport, arts, culture, family fun and entertainment. There are parades, marches, bands, gymnasts, dancers, regional musicians, local sports teams, bouncy castles, petting zoos, face painting, arts, crafts, performances and over 150 different food vendors. With 30 blocks of outdoor fun and an undefinably diverse program, you’ll find something you love, no matter your age. Minnesota State Fair also offers a similar selection of varied and traditional attractions each year, and the most recent event attracted almost two million attendees.

The Irish Fair of Minnesota is a great celebration of Irish heritage and history, and is packed to the rafters with shillelaghs, leprechauns and four-leaf clovers. The USA’s largest free Irish fair serves up plenty of hearty Irish food, with lots to gobble and slurp and ample opportunities to stuff your stomach. The festival’s cultural attractions include music workshops, speakers on Irish heritage, a cosy tea room and a literary corner with the very best of Irish prose and poems. The dulcet tones of Irish music are also on offer, with lots of high-tempo performances from famous names.

Minnesota Renaissance Festival is a unique and unusual event full of Medieval tradition, though luckily free of the plague. This interactive festival recreates the sights, smells and sounds of 16th Century England, with lots of themed entertainment, events and attractions alongside elements of fantasy. Feast like a king, joust like a knight, meet some mermaids and dance around the maypole. It’s a great taste of fictional historic fun, and it’s truly unlike anything else. Come and see it for yourself!

Lots of other Minnesota festivals are available throughout the year. Many are dedicated to gastronomic delights, from potatoes to beer, while others celebrate things as wide and wild as winter, fishing, Native Americans, dragons, Scandinavia, sports, blues and more. If you’re seeking a festival of any description, you’ll be sure to find it here!