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It was canceled for its normal time back in May, but the Twin Cities Bloody Mary Festival is back on and is set to happen this October in Saint Paul.

It's only been around for a couple of years now, with its inaugural event happening back in 2018. It grew larger during its second year in 2019. And, then in 2020... the coronavirus hit and the Twin Cities Bloody Mary Festival had to postpone its third year, which is usually set for a weekend in early May.

But the good news is, it IS happening... this October 16th and 17th at Union Depot in St. Paul! And if you like a good Bloody Mary, THIS is the festival for you! According to a post on their Facebook page, here's what the 3rd Annual Twin Cities Bloody Mary Festival is all about:

From the Minneapolis to St. Paul, Rochester and beyond - we’ve scoured Minnesota for the craftiest and most creative Bloody Marys. Your ticket Includes over 2 hours enjoying Wisconsin's most delicious Bloody Marys, created by the finest bars & restaurants around. Also, includes tastings from local food & beverage artisans, live music, more!
And it features Bloody Marys from an AMAZING amount of bars and restaurants from both over in Wisconsin and here in Minnesota, including:
- Twin Cities 400 Tavern
- Tailgate Sports Cafe
- Black Dog Cafe
- Garage Bar & Bowl
- Kelly's Korner
- Pizza Lucé
- Gold Nugget Tavern & Grille
- Cafe Thyme
- Inver Grove Brewing Co
- Can Can Wonderland
- Pat's Tap
- Red Stag Supperclub
- Topside Bloody Blend
- Miss Mary's Mix
- Demitri's Bloody Mary Seasonings
- Infusion Gardens
- Remedy Bloody Mary Mix
- Morning Wood Bloody Mary Mix
- Jack Links Bloody Mary
Get more information and tickets (which they say could sell out) HERE.

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