It’s rated as one of the top five fireworks displays in the country and Saturday night, you can see it for yourself in Minneapolis. The 75th-annual Minneapolis Aquatennial will wrap up with a bang for the annual fireworks display.
It’s the opening weekend of the 75th Minneapolis Aquatennial. From water to food to music, there’s something for everyone – and new this year is logrolling. A Minnesota company will be providing free demos for anyone who wants to give it a spin.
The Minneapolis Aquatennial celebrates if 74th year with a celebration filled of fun events for the entire family. The 2013 Aquatennial kicks-off in the heart of Downtown Minneapolis with a jam-packed weekend of fitness, music, water, and historic activities.
The next few days in Minneapolis are called “The Best Days of Summer.” And this year they are even better as the city celebrates 75 years of their Aquatennial celebration. The 75th annual Minneapolis Aquatennial kicks off Friday, July 18.
Ever watched the CBS show Amazing Race? If you have, you know the contestants are sent out on various tasks from eating to solving puzzles. The winners get a large cash reward at the end.
This year’s Minneapolis Aquatennial is wrapping up this weekend, but the planning committee has already announced the Queen of the Lakes and princesses for next year’s celebration.
The Minneapolis Aquatennial is filled with plenty of fun and entertaining outdoor activities to help celebrate the best days of summer.
It’s July in Minnesota, which means we’re in store to have another hot weather weekend.
Downtown Minneapolis will be a busy spot Wednesday night as the annual Torchlight Parade, sponsord by Centerpoint Energy, will take place on Hennepin Avenue.
The Aquatennial is nothing new for the city of Minneapolis, but officials are bringing a new event to the festivities this year.
You’ve put in all that time at the office this week and now that the weekend is within reach, it’s time to get out and let loose.
Whether it’s the St. Paul Winter Carnival or the Minneapolis Aquatennial, thousands make their way to our annual events. But do the Twin Cities cash in? Good Question.
If storms do hit tonight, it will make the highly anticipated U2 concert quite interesting.
Chances are some of your weekend plans may have you heading into the heart of the Twin Cities on Saturday.
Pouring concrete, standing over a hot grill and biking people around, they’re all jobs that invoke some sympathy when you have excessive heat warnings like we’ve had this week.