Everything is Better with Cats.

The Cat Video Festival celebrates all things funny and feline and brings together cat lovers, cat-video lovers and those who just love laughing under the stars!

The Cat Video Festival is presented by myTalk 107.1 and The St. Paul Saints and returns to CHS Field on Thursday August 8th.

Wear your cat ears and watch the funniest collection of video clips of cats being…
well, cats.

There will be music, fireworks, food, beer and of course 2019’s Cat Video Reel!

See you at CHS Field!

2019 Video Submission

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Presenting Sponsors

  • myTalk 107.1
  • St. Paul Saints
  • CHS Field

Charity Partner

  • Ruff Start Rescue

Stage Sponsor

  • Chuck & Don’s

Video Sponsor

  • America’s Funniest Home Videos

Booth Sponsors

    Contact Us

    You can use the form below to contact us about anything related to the festival.

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    Cats are NOT allowed on the grounds of the festival due to fireworks and other activities going on.

    Doors open at 6pm with the reel starting around 8pm. The festival will wrap up around 9:30pm.

    The festival will continue rain or shine.

    Starting on Monday, July 23rd, we will be collecting photos for the slide show that runs before the reel. We will be collecting the photos on this web site, catfestmn.com.

    No, but you can bring a blanket for lawn seating on the field.

    The St. Paul Saints will open up all their concessions for food and beverage. There will be live music, a kid zone with inflatables, sponsor booths with activities on the field, plus an artist alley.

    Yes, the deadline for video submissions is Friday, July 12th at 11:59pm CST.

    There are many lots and ramps in the Lowertown area to choose from! Visit saintpaulparking.com for more parking options in the area. Please be advised that several surface parking lots and parking ramps in Lowertown are cash only.

    If there is a number on the ticket, it doesn’t represent a seat number. You can sit in any seat in the seating bowl or take a blanket onto the field.

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