Minnesota Wild Road Tour coming to the DECC in Duluth

The Minnesota Wild Road Tour caps a four-day, four-city trip through Minnesota on Thursday, Aug. 11.

Wild mascot Nordy
Maya Witty, 9, of Two Harbors, looks up at Minnesota Wild mascot Nordy while preparing to take a photo during the first intermission of the Duluth East vs North Shore Peewee B1 boy's hockey game at the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022.
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DULUTH — The Minnesota Wild Road Tour will be making a stop at the DECC next week to cap a four-day, four city trip around Minnesota.

The event will take place from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11 outside on Harbor Drive. It’s free and open to the public.

Wild Road Tour stops include inflatable street hockey, an inflatable shooting activation with an electronic net, a video game station featuring EA Sports NHL 22, a digital photo booth and yard games. Wild mascot Nordy will also be there.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase at DECC concessions.

The 2022 Wild Road Tour begins Monday, Aug. 8, in Rochester before making stops in Mankato (Aug. 9), St. Cloud (Aug. 10) and finally Duluth.


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