Cat Video Festival returns to St. Paul tonight with funny YouTube clips, celeb sightings
The favorite cat-themed film fest takes on the Lowertown ballpark for one massive viewing party.
From Tom Horgen Star Tribune
August 8, 2017 — 2:21pm
It appears like a purrfect nighttime to get a cat film festival.
Occurring at CHS Field in St. Paul’s Lowertown, the Cat Video Festival is back. Thousands of people are anticipated to get a night of strange film clips starring the internet’s wackiest cats.
Doors open at 6 p.m with all the “cat reel” beginning in about 8 p.m.. There’s food and beer available, as well as music and fireworks. The night wraps up around 9:30 p.m. General admission tickets are $10, whereas kids 5 and under are free. .
To prepare, we’ve assembled some glorious cat movies for your entertainment.
Also, we hear there’ll be a star cat sighting. The Twin Cities’ own Pudge is scheduled to be in attendance. Read more about Pudge’s fame here.
The fest is presented by myTalk 107.1 along with The St. Paul Saints.
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