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Tater Daze Parade, Community Market, and BP History Day

Saturday, June 4, 2022

Tater Daze Parade

Saturday, June 4, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

The annual parade Tater Daze Parade is back featuring emergency vehicles, live music, dance, community organizations, local businesses, and political candidates. Bring your chair or blanket to sit back and enjoy the parade. This event is for all ages; no pets except designated service animals.

The parade starts at 101st / Welcome, turns south on Regent Ave and ends at Regent and Oak Grove Pkwy. Parade units please scroll down for line-up information.

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Community Market

Saturday, June 4, 12:30-3:00 p.m.

After the Tater Daze Parade stop by Noble Sports Park to visit the Brooklyn Park Community Market! Explore and support a wide variety of local vendors, food trucks, and Kids Dance DJ. See vendor information below.

Food Trucks

Noble Sports Park
4701 97th Ave
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443

BP History Day

Saturday, June 4, 1-3 p.m.

Discover the rich agricultural history of Brooklyn Park! The house and grounds will be open for viewing with interpretive signage for self-guided tours along with various displays and demonstrations occurring throughout the house and farm grounds.

The first floor of the historic house will be open.

Historic Eidem Farm, 4345 101st Ave N, Brooklyn Park, MN

Parade Unit Information

Thank you for your Units participation in the 2022 Tater Daze Parade! The parade will be held on Saturday, June 4, at 11 AM; parade line-up will begin at 9:30 a.m. Please review the letter below and map above. Units must provide their signs, equipment, supplies, decorations, water, candy, etc.

View information for parade participants >

Parade lineup

If you are a participant in the parade, please review the line-up document below to find your unit number. All units are required to check in between 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the intersection of Oak Grove Pkwy and Welcome Avenue (enter from Zane or Noble).

View the Tater Daze parade line-up >

Community Market Vendor Information

View Community Market map

View Community Market Vendor information letter

Vendor space

The City of Brooklyn Park will not provide electrical power or water. 

Vendor spaces are rented per vending unit. Vendor spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. A vendor requiring more than a single space can purchase an additional space if accepted by the event producers. 

The City of Brooklyn Park reserves the right to determine and edit the number of businesses or organizations that exhibit or vend the same or similar products and/or services at the festival. The event producers will place vendors according to the best needs of the event. Vendors are not guaranteed the same spot every year. 

Vendors are not allowed to share or sublet booth space(s) to or with another business or organization. Vendor spaces are approved for one business only and must match the application submitted. Shared or sublet vendors will be removed from the event, no refund will be given to the applicant. 

Smoking is prohibited at the festival and on city park grounds.

Selling items

You must limit your activities at the market to those you state on your application, which must pertain to your business. You must also limit the conduct of those activities to your booth space(s). Sales or distribution of anything done by walking through the market grounds and its footprint is not permitted without prior written consent. 

Vendors are not allowed to sell: 

  • Spray string 
  • Explosive products 
  • Real or realistic looking replicas of guns 
  • Knives, nunchucks or other weaponry 
  • Smoke bombs 
  • Lighters 
  • Drug paraphernalia 
  • Sparklers or related objects 

Setup and take down

Vendors may begin setting up on Saturday 9 a.m. Takedown will begin on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. 

Failure to follow guidelines and laws

The City of Brooklyn Park reserves the right to remove you from the market for failure to follow these guidelines, the instructions of the staff and their contractors, or the laws and regulations of the City of Brooklyn Park, State of Minnesota or any organization under those governmental entities. This would occur without any refund or other compensation. Such removal may also result in cleaning fees and/or other cost associated with your business being removed being assessed. 

Your business agrees to these conditions and to pay any such fee(s) that may be imposed as a condition of participating in the market. 

Why do I need to fill out an ST-19?

Every market is required to have on file for every vendor the Minnesota Department of Revenue Form ST19 Operator Certificate of Compliance with sales tax requirements. Markets must collect these forms from vendors every year and must keep these forms for 3.5 years. 

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