Cold Front Festival Gets Underway In February
Most Duluthians embrace what makes our area of the Northland, the Northland.
Cold, Snow, Winter activities. Some even creat things to do in the cold that only someone living up here would understand.
Last year’s inaugural Cold Front Festival was an incredible success, with 96% of attendees rating it a positive February winter celebration experience. The city of Duluth is bringing it back and showing what makes the Twin Ports a place people will come year round. With numerous fun activities planned for the weekend of February 1-3, 2019, attendees can expect the return of the snow hill for sledding, fat tire biking, vendors, food, music, snow sculpting, and more!
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson said people showed up last year in the bitter cold winds and had fun. Last year over 1,000 participants enjoyed food, sliding on the hill, yoga in the snow, and music under the big tent. Cold Front helps residents and visitors stay active during a quieter time of the year, and best of all, most activities are free. Let’s get out there and show how Duluth does winter!” said Mayor Emily Larson.