Taste Of MN Moved From Harriet Island

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Taste of Minnesota will no longer be held on Harriet Island in St. Paul, Minn. due to expected flooding.

According to the Taste’s website, significant flooding is expected on the island and for safety reasons they decided to move the location.

The festival is still scheduled for July 3 through 6. Festival management is seeking other location options.

This is the first year it has returned since 2010 after the festival’s management filed for bankruptcy.

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