North Dakota May 20, 2019
Your Whole Family Will Love This Fun-Filled River Festival In North Dakota
Enjoy a day out with family at a classic carnival in North Dakota. The Missouri River Festival is once again returning to the state’s capital city and you don’t want to miss it while it’s here. A whole day of family fun is waiting for you with the games, rides, entertainment, and more. It’s coming up soon, and here’s everything you need to know:
North Dakota's capital city of Bismarck resides right along the Missouri River, and every year the Missouri River Festival takes place for everyone to enjoy.
The Missouri River Festival is a fun-filled fair with rides, games, entertainment, food, and all kinds of other merriment that people of all ages can enjoy. This year it will be happening from May 30 to June 9, 2019.
Thrill rides like a drop tower and calming, quiet rides like the ferris wheel are just a couple of the many rides that will be there. Whether you're a thrill seeker or accompanied by younger kids, you'll definitely be able to find something for everyone to enjoy.
Along with rides there are plenty of carnival games to test your skills on. Win all sorts of prizes and try your luck at some of the classic games we all know and love.
What's a fair without some fair food? The Missouri River Festival offers everything you know and love from the fair and more. Hot dogs, fried foods galore, burgers, and more desserts than you can eat are available across the fairgrounds at vendor booths.
There will be tons of live entertainment, from jugglers to magicians. A whole day of fun is waiting for you at the Missouri River Festival this year and you certainly don't want to miss it.
Just imagine the view you'd see from up here, and all the things you can do!
Address: 315 South 5th Street, Bismarck, ND, 58504
For an entire schedule of events, ticket information, and more, visit the
Bismarck Event Center website.
Summer is just around the corner and there are many more things outside of festivals that you can do to take advantage of the warm season. Grab some ideas of places to see in North Dakota