MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It should be a great weekend for the Uptown Art Fair.

Nearly 400,000 people attend this event each year, making it number 2 in attendance behind only the State Fair.

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You’ll see the work of more than 350 artists from around the world. There’s also a performance stage that will have music and dancing, and 25 food vendors as well.

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Kristi Abbott’s piece “Bob Dylan” is one of the works on display. Abbott was the featured artist for the Edina Art Fair and is based in Forest Lake.

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Gates open at noon Friday and the event runs through Sunday.