There are a host of activities to enjoy throughout the weekend at the Uptown Art Fair.

For the first time in its 57 year history, the Uptown Art Fair will be cancelled and adapted for changing times. With the current and evolving impacts of COVID-19, and by guidance of local government, the difficult decision was made by The Uptown Association to cancel the traditional event planned for August 7, 8, & 9, 2020 as it is in the best interest to safeguard the health and safety of our artists, vendors, guests, neighbors, and volunteers.

 We look forward to returning with the 57th Annual Uptown Art Fair in 2021 on August 6, 7, & 8 for but in the meantime, art will still go on.  In place of the traditional Uptown Art Fair, the UPTOWN ART FAIR HEALS – MINI EVENTS will take place and we are excited to showcase the art and artists of our community in a new way!

Uptown Information Tents The Uptown Information tent, presented by the Uptown Association, the producers of the Uptown Art Fair.... SEE MORE
Charitable Partners Tent The UAF has selected five local non-profits to be featured during the weekend with a goal of creating a unique and entertaining space... SEE MORE
Youth Art Fair Celebrating its 15th year, the New Horizons Youth Art Fair gives young artists an opportunity to shine at the Uptown Art Fair. ... SEE MORE
Family Imagination Station Presented by Northern Clay Center
Northern Clay Center proudly presents the Family Imagination Station located on The Mall....
Culinary Arts Competition Presented by Kitchen Window
Watch one of the Twin Cities’ most unique culinary battles as teams consisting of one chef and one artist are given three theme ingredients, one...
Food at the Fair In Uptown, we LOVE our food, and during the Art Fair it’s no different. The Art Fair boasts a wide variety of dining options, catering to all tastes. ... SEE MORE
Beer Gardens Thirsty from exploring all that art? We invite you to enjoy a cold, refreshing brew from Indeed Brewing... SEE MORE
Uptown Art Fair Marketplace Featuring a diverse range of locally made, grown, raised, sourced, and produced products, including honey, coffee, soap and candles. Located in the Piggy Bank restaurant parking lot (2841 Hennepin Ave).... SEE MORE