MINNEAPOLIS – Aug. 17, 2017 – With a brand new “Star Tribune Stage” adjacent to its completely renovated building, Star Tribune Media Co., Minnesota’s largest media company, today outlined its plans for its 12-day presence at the 2017 Minnesota State Fair.
This year, the Star Tribune will unveil the “Star Tribune Stage,” an open-air amphitheater with room for more than 100 fairgoers. Three times each day, the venue will host a range of interactive discussions, performances, presentations, and interviews featuring a variety of newsmakers from politics, media, sports, and culture. Some of the scheduled appearances include:
Adjacent to the Star Tribune Stage, fairgoers can visit the paper’s completely renovated building, featuring new signage, energy-efficient LED lighting, and Cambria® countertops. This bustling location is where attendees can get exclusive State Fair deals on Star Tribune subscriptions, browse 150 years of the Star Tribune archives, and take home great State Fair merchandise, including the always highly anticipated Star Tribune lip balm.
About Star Tribune Media Company
Celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2017, Star Tribune Media Company LLC is a locally owned, award-winning media company serving Minnesota and the upper Midwest. With the fifth-largest Sunday and sixth-largest daily circulation newspaper in the U.S., the most-visited local website, a range of home-delivered advertising solutions, and a popular arts/entertainment brand, Star Tribune reaches more consumers than any other Minnesota media brand.