You knew you were a cool kid in Rochester, Minnesota in the 80's if...

You knew you were a cool kid in the midwest back in the 80's and 90's if you had permed hair that was up in a banana clip as you walked through the hallways at John Marshall High School in Rochester with your Z Cavaricci's rolled tight on your ankles.  Every kid in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin knew that being cool meant all of those things.  But, that's not all the cool kids did!  Scroll through and go back in time a bit and see how many of the "cool" things were part of your everyday back "in the day".

Huge list of "Cool Stuff" that kids in the 80's and 90's were all about.

Everything from the 80's and 90's screams "Cool!". Ok, looking back at photos of kids in their bright neon shorts and Hypercolor shirts where their armpits were pitted out, that really doesn't look all that "cool" today but if you were a kid back then, we sure felt like we knew style. Go through the list and see how many of these items you had in your room or used back in the day.

If you love the 80's, Rochester has the perfect party for your 4th of July weekend.

Nothing better than an entire weekend full of 80's memories and that is exactly what is happening on one specific radio station just for you this 4th of July weekend.  Grab the Y-105FM app and wherever you are celebrating the 4th this year, you can take the Feel Good 80's weekend with you.

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Fun events near Rochester, Minnesota for the 4th of July

If you are looking for something fun to do for the 4th of July, keep reading because we've got all of the patriotic fun that will be happening in Rochester, Minnesota below.  You can also find more local events in our 4th of July Fireworks Guide here.

List of Events and Fun in Rochester on July 4th, 2021

Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, snacks, and drinks and celebrate the 4th of July at 4th Fest, a free event happening at Soldier's Field Park in Rochester, Minnesota. According to the City of Rochester, here are the events planned for the day and evening.

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