Disney Princess Grandstand Concert To Be Replaced With ‘Children’s Party’ At Minnesota State Fair


Cinematic music fans anticipating the Disney Princesses concert on Labor Day at the Minnesota State Fair will have to wait! – Let it go.

Fair organizers announced on Wednesday that the last grandstand concert of the year had been canceled due to “scheduling conflicts”. Another late afternoon family event with children’s musicians and a yo-yo master will be held for free on Monday, September 5th.

Here is the statement sent by State Fair representatives:

“Disney Princess – The Concert scheduled for Monday, September 5 at the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand has been canceled due to scheduling conflicts. Tickets purchased with a credit card will be automatically refunded to cards on file by Thursday, August 25. Please allow 5-10 business days for the credit to appear on your bank/credit card statement.Any questions regarding tickets or the refund process may be directed to the Minnesota State Fair Box Office at 651- 288-4427 or at [email protected]

The Disney concert was to feature some of the singing stars who starred in Broadway productions of “Frozen,” “Beauty & the Beast” and “Aladdin.” Other dates on round still seem to be scheduled for later in September.

In its place will be something called the Free Kids Day Fun Fest, featuring classic hip-hop duo B2wins, singing sisters the Dollipops and yo-yo master Mark Hayward. Show time is at 4 p.m. More information about the show can be obtained at mnstatefair.org/grandstand.


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