The U.S. Bid to Host Expo 2027 in Minnesota
The U.S. has submitted a bid to host Expo 2027 in Minnesota, under the theme of “Healthy People, Healthy Planet.”
The U.S. bid is competing against bids from Barlioche, Argentina; Belgrade, Serbia; Malaga, Spain; and Phuket, Thailand.
This would be the first World’s Fair to take place in the United States in more than forty years. The last was Expo 1984 New Orleans. The United States has hosted more than a dozen World’s Fairs since Expo 1876 Philadelphia that commemorated the centennial of the United States.
About the U.S. Bid
Support the U.S. Bid
- June 19, 2023 Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Liz Allen Travels to France
- June 12, 2023 U.S. Support for the Minnesota Bid to Host Expo 2027
- October 14, 2022 Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with the Bureau of International Expositions’ Enquiry Mission
- July 29, 2021 United States Bid to Host Expo 2027