Saint Paul, MN

Here are five upcoming summer events in St. Paul

Terry Davis

SAINT PAUL, MN - Saint Paul is not just a city with delicious food and a beautiful lake, it is also a place to discover a lot of fun events to join, especially in summer. Make your day in Saint Paul more memorable and join these summer events! Make sure to mark the date before the deadline.

1. Chroma Zone Mural & Arts Festival (May 22 - Sept)

The Chroma Zone Mural & Arts Festival comes back in Saint Paul's Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ). This event includes a summer live painting, community collaborations, artist talks, artist-led workshops, and mural tours.

2. Lowertown Blues & Funk Fest Summer Concert Series (June 12, July 10, August 14)

This free and open for all ages event is usually held over 2 days at Mears Park. The space and beverages for this event will be provided by Dual Citizen Brewery while Aesops Table will be the primary food vendor. For further information about artists and dates, go to

3. Cat Video Festival (August 12)

Are you a cat lover? Who loves watching cat videos? Then this event is the right one for you! The Cat Video Festival will celebrate all things related to fun and cute cat video by bringing together cat lovers and cat-video fans. Go to this link to get the ticket

4. Irish Fair (August 13 - 15)

This festival is about celebrating all things Irish! Irish dish cooking demo, whiskey tasting, dancing, Celtic marketplace, cultural displays, educational programs for kids, as well as performances of national and local musicians can be found in one spot. Go to this link to buy the ticket

5. Minnesota State Fair (August 26 - Sept 6)

Minnesota State Fair is an event to celebrate the end of summer and usually welcomes 2 million guests annually. You can discover a lot of things here such as a world-class showcase of agriculture, art, food, free entertainment, and more. The Minnesota State Fair is held every year for 12 days.

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