The main event is the 12:31 p.m. Sunday parade, one of the region's largest. There's also a carnival, craft show, power-boat races and car show.
This town in the northwest Minnesota lakes region features turtle races, a rodeo, music, trolley rides, inflatable games and a parade Friday.
It's still on in 2020.
The festival in this northwest Iowa town, home of Blue Bunny ice cream, includes an art fair, old-fashioned children's games, architectural tours, a polo match, airplane and helicopter stunts and a parade at 9 a.m. Saturday. And the ice cream is free.
There will be helicopter rides, a water-ski show, a Friday parade and Saturday fireworks. The two towns are linked by the Keweenaw Peninsula's massive Portage Lift Bridge.
This town just west of Minneapolis, on the Crow River, celebrates with a boat parade, fireworks, human foosball tournament, canoe races, duck races, a car show and parade Sunday.
Eagle Ridge Resort hosts two balloon races, two night glows and rides for the public.
The harbor-side North House Folk School on Lake Superior kicks off summer with a boat parade, dancing, craft demonstrations, mini-courses and a solstice parade.
In 2020, the event is online.
A 131-mile yard sale along U.S. 34 from Aurora to Galesburg, with events in many towns.
It's canceled in 2020.
There will be a wooden boat show, dragon-boat racing, kids' activities, music and a craft fair.
The blues festival is at Chippewa Riverfront Park.
There will be balloon glows and flights, weather permitting, as well as blues bands, a car show and an arts and crafts fair.
Professional musicians, many of them world-famous, offer free classical concerts in Millennium Park's beautiful Pritzker Pavilion.
The festival is virtual this year.