Sever's Fall Festival is moving to a new location

The popular event's new location in Shakopee is bigger, allowing for more attractions.
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Sever’s Fall Festival is moving to a new location to make way for expanded festivities.

The popular fall event, which has been in operation for 22 years, is staying in Shakopee, but at a new location at 3121 150th St. W., just off of Hwy. 169 near to the Minnesota Renaissance Festival.

It'll be a little bit further to drive for Twin Cities residents than its previous home outside of Canterbury Park racetrack, but the new space will be more than three times the size.

According to its website, the festival will use this added space to make the event’s corn maze the largest in the state once again.

Organizers are also adding an extra weekend to this year's festival, allowing it to run a holiday light show, winter carnivals and other attractions, ,according to its Facebook announcement. 

Also returning will be its always popular corn pit, pumpkin tossing, animal petting zoos, hay bale rides, giant slide and obstacle course.

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