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Conversations you won’t want to miss

MinnPost Festival, set for April 25-28, will feature can’t-miss conversations with national and local voices you already know, along with new ones that you should. Access available at all price levels, including free, but registration is required.

MinnPost Festival

MinnPost Festival is set for April 25-28. With virtual viewing options for all sessions, we have a growing lineup of national and local voices to give you deeper insights into the ideas shaping civic and cultural life right now.

True to MinnPost’s nonprofit mission, you can get your all-access virtual Festival pass at Pay What You Can pricing (including FREE!). Registration is required, so make sure you reserve your pass right now!

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Confirmed so far (with more sessions being added soon):

Former HUD Sec. and presidential candidate Julián Castro; Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison; Jungle Theater Artistic Director Christina Baldwin in conversation with Jungle Artist Cohort members Sequoia Hauck and James Rodríguez; Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan; and editor at Defector and author Justin Ellis.

While virtual access will be available to Passholders for all sessions, VIP Supporters and Sponsors will have in-person access to the keynote reception and session with former HUD Sec. Julián Castro on Tuesday, April 26, at Quincy Hall.

VIP packages include an array of special perks and benefits, and most importantly, they provide even more support for MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.

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Whether as a VIP Supporter or a Passholder, we hope you’ll join us for this year’s edition of MinnPost Festival. Stay tuned for more additions to the schedule and check out all the details at

Special thanks to our Festival Sponsors!

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