MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – If you plan to pack your selfie stick when you head to the Great Minnesota Get-Together, make sure you know the rules.

The Minnesota State Fair is instituting a partial ban on selfie sticks.

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They’ll be prohibited at all of the ticketed attractions, such as the Sky Rider, Ye Old Mill and the rides at the Midway and Kidway.

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Selfie sticks also won’t be allowed at any of the entertainment venues, free stages or the Grandstand.

The State Fair starts Aug. 27 and lasts through Labor Day.

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