With opening day a month away, the Minnesota State Fair is rolling out a host of new attractions and vendors.
Here's a look at a few additions that caught our eye:
- Solem Concessions, a stand serving blueberry mini-donuts and Cajun-flavored cheese curds, and Baba's hummus bowls will join the list of mouth-watering new food vendors.
- Thrill-seekers might enjoy a ride on the new 55-foot-high Riptide roller coaster. With many "ups and downs and twists and turns," we recommend going for a spin before lunch.
- The Fraser Sensory Building will offer a "take-a-break" space for guests with sensory challenges. Per a release, the site will feature a "calming atmosphere, support staff and private side entrance" to give those feeling overwhelmed space to reset and rejoin the fun.
- Fairgoers who haven't yet protected themselves from COVID-19 can get a free shot at the COVID Community Vaccination Clinic. The site will be open daily, with no appointment or insurance necessary.
Details: The Great Minnesota Get-Together is scheduled to run Aug. 26 through Sept. 6. Tickets are available here.
Go deeper with the full list of featured attractions and new vendors.
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