Pulse Twin Cities is a free event with incredible music and a powerful message. Featuring Grammy Award–winning artist Lecrae, Hillsong Young and Free, Tye Tribbett, international speaker Nick Hall, a special performance from Las Vegas based dance crew The Jabbawockeez, and the world’s largest pillow fight. Pulse Twin Cities will bring a positive message about hope to this community. This is a free event. No tickets necessary. Get there early to get wristbands for the floor. Wristbands are first come first serve.
The doors open at 5pm. Pre-show is begins at 6pm and expect the main show starts at 7pm.
Leave It Home
You can't bring outside food or drink into the venue. You will want to leave your large backpacks and professional cameras at home, too. And though it should be a given, don't even think about bringing any weapons!
This is a non ticketed event and it's free. So you don't want to forget to bring friends, a good attitude, and some major positive energy!
You can bring food donations for Second Harvest Heartland. To see what items are in high demand check out this text link right here.
Noon - 7:00pm
Festival 5 de Mayo y dia de las Madres
The largest Latino event in Minnesota.
Food, drink, activities for children, traditional dancers and music to can be enjoyed throughout the day.
The event will be held at the heart of the Latino Community on Lake Street between 2nd Ave. and Portland Ave.
2018 Schedule of Events
For offical Schedule and information: https://www.cincodemayosaintpaul.com/
Festival activities will run from 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 5th.
Celebrating Cinco de Mayo in West Side St. Paul.
Expect family-friendly activities, live entertainment, food, drink, Beer Garden, and much more.
This event is fun for the whole family! Parade begins at 10:00am and the Car, Bike, and Truch Show at noon.
General Public Hours
Friday, May 4, 2018 @ 4:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 5, 2018 @ 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 6, 2018 @ 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Festival of Nations is one of the the most diverse, oldest and longest running multicultural festival in the Midwest. Since 1932, its goal has been to inspire people to discover more about our world and embrace the rich cultural diversity in our community. Nearly 100 ethnic groups will come together for a unique, 4-day experience that celebrates cultural heritage through dancing, performances, exhibits, demonstrations and cuisine.
As the Minnesota cultural landscape expands to include more immigrants, our community benefits culturally and economically. By providing a platform to showcase diversity and a stage for new artists we share and document this most precious heritage.
-Blurb modified from www.festivalofnations.com