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Aug. 25 – Labor Day, Sept. 5, 2022

341 Days 5 Hours 18 Mins

New Attraction: New Locations

New Locations

Since our last get-together, a handful of exhibitions and attractions have found new homes, including the wildly popular 4-H Llama-Alpaca Costume Competition, the thrill rides of Adventure Park, and the always interesting FFA agriculture technology competition entries.


  • 4-H Llama-Alpaca Costume Competition gets new digs in the Lee & Rose Warner Coliseum
    • In this kitschy contest unique to Minnesota, catch 4-H’ers and their llamas & alpacas in complementary costumes. For a better fan experience, the contest moves to the Warner Coliseum and will be held Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 6 p.m. Following the costume contest, the fun continues with 4-H’ers and their llamas & alpacas competing in novelty games.
  • Adventure Park moves southeast to south of Judson Avenue between the CHS Miracle of Birth Center and the Dairy Building
    • The aerial view will be a little different for those who dare to try the fair’s biggest thrill attractions, including Skyscraper and Sling Shot, plus the Turbo Bungy and Rock Climbing Wall.
  • FFA Agriculture Technology Exhibits are now showcased in the Agriculture Horticulture Building
    • Formerly housed in the Education Building, this group of competitions features the work of talented FFA youth who are exhibiting restored tractors; large construction agricultural and home equipment such as wood chairs and work benches; introductory projects such as bird houses, planters, sheet metal projects, tool boxes, laser-designed projects and furniture; and educational materials and displays relating to the themes of leadership; power, structures & electricity systems; natural resource & environmental systems; and animal & plant systems.


Located throughout the fairgrounds