The popular attraction was canceled last winter due to COVID.
The drive-through display was launched last year as a pandemic-friendly event.
Masks will be required in some outdoor areas, but not while running.
It's the 20th anniversary of the attacks.
Overall attendance just eked past 1.3 million, the lowest attendance since 1977.
The event will feature 5,000 carved and illuminated pumpkins.
The 2021 figure was less than half of opening day attendance in 2019.
Vendors have cited COVID-19 concerns as well as the labor shortage as reasons for dropping out.
The 2020 Wisconsin State Fair was canceled.
The new club promises family-friendly stand-up comedy, live on stage.
The new show policy from venue owner Live Nation will be in effect this fall.
The legume will give away 10 checks for $10,000 to charities, Minnesotans.
Fairgoers will still have to pay to park, go on rides and some grandstand events.
The show will stay in town another week due to "popular demand."
Acme Comedy Company announced the shows Thursday morning, and tickets were quickly scooped up.
The event runs July 21-24 in downtown Minneapolis.
Dinosaur Drive-Thru opens June 24 and runs through July 11.
The former senator continues to inch back into the public limelight.
Juneteenth celebrates the freeing of enslaved African Americans after the Civil War.
Tickets for the cancelled show will be honored.
Music in Plymouth will be in-person this year.
The annual event will be held Sept. 10-11.
Organizers promise 50-plus food trucks at each festival - including some newcomers.
The season starts with a beloved "Tradition."