It’s State Fair Time!
For two long years we’ve waited for the return of the State Fair – and now it’s finally back! To prep you for your visit – we’ve got a quick overview of some of our favorite things to do (and also where you can find our delicious beer).
To start, we’ve got a quick rundown of where you can find Grain Belt Beer at this year’s fair!
Ball Park Café: Premium
Café Caribe: Nordeast
Chicago Dogs: Premium
Dino’s Gyros: Premium
Frontier Bar: Premium, Nordeast
Giggle’s Campfire Grill: Premium, Nordeast, Blu
The Hangar: Premium
Schell’s Pavilion at Lulu’s Public House: Premium, Nordeast, Blu
Mancini’s: Premium, Nordeast, Blu
Midway Men’s Club: Premium, Nordeast, Blu
O’Gara’s at the Fair: Premium
RC BBQ: Premium
A cold Grain Belt beer is best accompanied by a fun activity, so we’ve got a few of our Fair Favorites below!
Concerts at the Schell’s Stage
The Schell’s Stage at Schilling Amphitheater is bursting all day with the sounds of indie rock, folk music and pop. You might be able to catch some Bluegrass and Folk music too (if you’re lucky)! In addition to the music all day, be sure to catch the West End at Sunset shows that start every day at 8PM.
West End at Sunset Shows:
- Aug. 26 & 27 – Davina and The Vagabonds
- Aug. 28 & 29 – The Greeting Committee
- Aug. 30 & 31 – Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite Boys
- Sept. 1 & 2 – NUR-D
- Sept. 3 & 4 – First Avenue Goes To The Fair
- Sept. 6 – Mae Simpson
Hit the Midway
No fair experience is complete without a trip to the Midway, and Minnesota’s Fair has one of the best. With over 20 different rides and attractions, everyone will have something that they want to do. Check out the full list of rides HERE!
Timberworks Lumberjack Show
While we aren’t 100% what’s always going on, nothing beats watching people chop wood very quickly. This lumberjack decathlon includes single buck saw, obstacle pole, logroll, hot saw, speed climb and more. This exciting competition takes place at 12:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm, 7:00 pm every day of the Fair, so there’s no excuse to miss it!
For more information, be sure to check out the Schell’s Primer HERE or the State Fair’s website HERE. We hope everyone has a great and safe time at the Fair this year – we cannot wait to see you all!
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