Celebrate. Culture. Community. 2018.

OMG Media Solutions Promotes Its Partnership In Cele­­­brating Culture And Community At The 2018 Minnesota State Fair Showcasing Local Artists

In the third year of a dream partnership, OMG Media Solutions is excited to showcase a super cultural experience with amazing local talent for 12 days, 900 shows, 100+ acts and all the food you can eat.  The 2018 celebration continues with a special lineup of talent all 12 days that represent the diverse cultural experience at the Great-Minnesota-Get-Together. (Full Press Release)

GRANDSTAND

Earth, Wind and Fire (Sunday, August 26)

The Bandshell Tonight! stage presents:

Tower of Power (August 23 & 24)

En Vogue (August 27 & 28)

The GREAT MINNESOTA GET TOGETHER in partnership with OMG Media Solutions presents Celebrate. Culture. Community., a cultural celebration featuring five stages of free shows featuring:

90s R&B Revival featuring Kathleen Johnson and Mario Dawson

Annie Mack Band |Black Market Brass| C. Willi Myles

Chastity Brown| Ipso Facto|Jimmie Allen

Kazual| Mariachi Jalisco de Minnesota| Mayda| The Men of New Hope

Natania & Ticket To Brasil| Native Pride Dancers| The Reminders

Siama’s Congo Roots| Six Appeal|Tropical Zone Orchestra

Walter Chancellor Jr. Band featuring Thomasina

For a list of all things happening at the MN State Fair, go to: mnstatefair.org

Stay connected to OMG Media Solutions on social media and at:

OMGDigitalMediaSolutions on Facebook

WOCMN on Facebook and SoundCloud (for all artist interviews)

_OMGMedia on Twitter

omgmediasolutions on Instagram

History of Minnesota State Fair

The Minnesota Agricultural Society was founded in 1854 with a mission to promote the Minnesota Territory’s agriculture by presenting an annual fair – the first of which was held in 1855 in Minneapolis. Statehood was granted in 1858, and the Society held its first State Fair in 1859, also in Minneapolis. During the fair’s early years, the site of the exposition changed annually with stops in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, Red Wing, Winona and Owatonna. In the 1870s and early 1880s, civic groups from both St. Paul and Minneapolis worked to provide a permanent home for the fair in their respective cities. The Minnesota State Fair finally found a permanent home at its present location in 1885 when Ramsey County donated its 210-acre poor farm to the state for use by the Agricultural Society, the governing body of the State Fair. Physically, the fairgrounds blossomed to its current 320 acres. Architecturally, it is home to many historically significant structures, including the Fine Arts Center, Progress Center, Grandstand, Lee & Rose Warner Coliseum and Agriculture Horticulture Building. 


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EARTH, WIND AND FIRE SUMMER BACKYARD PARTY PROMOTION

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