Thursday night free Range music show adds to St. Louis Co. fair fun next door

The Minnesota Discovery Center in Chisholm is presenting another free Thursday night music show in its “Art in the Park” series tonight. This week’s performance coincides with the St. Louis County Fair, which makes for a whole heap of entertainment options in the central Iron Range.

Thursday, July 29, Minnesota Discovery Center hosts acoustic musician Ronnie Hill, country/acoustic musician Vern Bishop and indie rock band Good Colonels during its weekly Art in the Park event. Guest host is Justin Bachman from the band Silenced @ 801. In addition, the Range Academy of Dance will rehearse on the amphitheater stage from 5:30 to 6 p.m.

Admission is free every Thursday from 5-9 p.m. Food and beverage are available for purchase. During the St. Louis County Fair, July 28-August 1, Minnesota Discovery Center guests should use the fair entrance and follow signage to the museum parking lot. Discovery Center guests are not required to pay for parking. Call 218-254-7959/800-372-6437 or go to for more information.

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