If you have not attended the Llama Costume Contest at the Minnesota State Fair, you are missing a thing of beauty. Llamas are just fun looking animals, and they are patient as 4-H students decorate them in unique costumes and trot them around an arena for the one-night event.

With the cancelation of the 2020 Minnesota State Fair due to the Coronavirus, we have to wait until 2021 to attend the Costume Contest.

Llamas are amazing.

However, State Fair officials are running a costume contest — and you don’t need a llama to enter.

By Friday, August 28, email fairinfo@mnstatefair.org with a picture of you and your pet in complimentary costumes. LEGO my EGGO! Sonny and Cher! A bottle of ketchup and a hot dog!

LEGO my EGGO! Photo courtesy Minnesota State Fair

One lucky winner will receive a pair of tickets to the 2021 Minnesota State Fair, which runs August 26 through September 6, 2021. Make sure you go on the day of the Llama Costume Contest or the Llama Agility Contest, both enjoyable events during the Great Minnesota Get Together.

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