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Tater Daze Festival

Festival dates

June 15 to 17, 2017

Thanks to everyone who came out to the festival and to all our volunteers!

Spud Run 5k race results

See the 2017 Spud Run results!

Spud McTater, icon for Tater Daze festival


  • Non-stop entertainment for everyone
  • Inflatables and games
  • Fireworks
  • Food and ice-cold beverages
  • 5K Spud Run/Walk
  • Pancake breakfast
  • Parade
  • Live music
  • Local vendors

View all events for the weekend

Download the event guide (PDF)


Best place to park is at the Metro Transit Noble Park and Ride on 95th Avenue, next to the Kwik Trip. Parking is also available at the Church of St. Gerard.

Handicapped accessible parking is available on site. Please enter from Oak Grove Parkway and have proper identification displayed.

You cannot park in Noble Sports Park or along Regent Avenue from Wednesday, June 14 through Sunday, June 18.

Biking and walking

Avoid parking hassles! The site is easily accessible by trails and sidewalks on Oak Grove Parkway, Regent Avenue and Noble Parkway. Bike racks are located near the permanent park building.

Contact us

Tater Daze

Festival location

Noble Sports Park
4701 Oak Grove Pkwy.
View map and directions to Noble Sports Park

Mailing address

Tater Daze
City of Brooklyn Park
5600 85th Ave. N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443

Phone and email

Email Tater Daze

Sponsors and supporters for 2017

We would like to thank all of our sponsors, community groups and donors for contributing to the annual Tater Daze festival. Please visit and support these local organizations and businesses. To get involved in next year's Tater Daze, please contact the Tater Daze Team.

Spud sponsors

Cub Foods LogoMinneapolis Northwest Convention and Visitor's Bureau logo

Yukon Gold sponsors

CCX Media logoLogo for Hy-VeeBrooklyn Park Lions LogoPrimroseWeb2

Sweet Potato sponsors

anytimeBuerkleAcuraLogo for Med Express

History of the Tater Daze festival

Brooklyn Park Tater Daze is a unique festival where residents pay homage to the humble potato. Early settlers discovered that potatoes flourished in the flat, sandy soil of the area; this area then went on to become one of the nation's top potato producers. Despite the Great Depression, drought and urbanization, Brooklyn Park has shown its strength as a community willing to work together and make our city a welcoming place for everyone.

The first Tater Daze festival in 1964 saw a variety of exciting events, including a queen pageant, Tater Mash Dance, kite flying, a parade, games, a farmer's market, rides and a pancake breakfast. The prizes given away that weekend included gasoline, free groceries, cash and 420-pound bags of potatoes donated by local growers.

The Brooklyn Park Jaycees, the Brooklyn Park Community Organization and Come Home to the Park have all sponsored the event in the past. Tater Daze is now sponsored by the City of Brooklyn Park.

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