This delicious event is home to over 40 superstar street vendors serving anything from mini doughnuts to pot stickers in the heart of Mears Park. Wash down your tasty handheld snacks with a wide variety of local craft brews, classics or ciders while jamming to live music and enjoying good company. Mears Park, 3221 Fifth St. E., St. Paul
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Preserve, cultivate and celebrate the rich Irish heritage along the Mississippi River by delving into authentic dishes, listening to live music and watching Irish dancers perform. All proceeds go to the Minnesota Irish cultural community and the supporting new immigrant groups through the help of the Legacy Fund.
Rock out with the Shaw Brothers or grab your kids for a pontoon ride.
Keep it classic this year and start your morning off with Tom Thumb donuts or shake it up with all new DIY donut flights from the Hangar. Whether you’re visiting the award-winning livestock barns or taking a turn on the giant slide, be sure to keep sunscreen applied and one hand free at all times for that next new confection on-a-stick.
Looking to pig out? More than 30 restaurants bring the meat with their hottest bacon dishes. When you get thirsty, choose from among more than 100 craft beers of all kinds. There’ll be music, games and a commemorative glass to bring home when you’re full.
At Wooden Hill’s annual summer fundraising event, community members can come together to support Reach, a nonprofit organization that provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness. This all-inclusive event will house a silent auction, delicious food, thirst quenching beverages, music, games and more.
Check out over 65 food trucks at Lake and Hennepin avenues, with dishes ranging anywhere from tacos and mini doughnuts to wood fired pizzas. Wash down your delectable handhelds with one of 10 craft beers as you jam to live music or partake in fun games and giveaways.
Kick off Father’s Day weekend with a stroll across the Mississippi River and Main Street to enjoy cuisine from a variety of food trucks, live music, art from local artists and more.
Stroll along the waterfront of Hughes Pavilion to shop for local products amongst 30 local growers and producers. With fresh fruits and veggies, organic salsas, sweet confections and even savory cheeses, there is something fresh to suit every taste bud.