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Teal Lights Raise Awareness in Twin Cities and Beyond

MOCA’s annual Light the Night campaign is kicking off Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month across Minnesota. From the Twin Cities to St. Cloud and Duluth—MOCA is lighting up teal buildings, bridges and landmarks to raise awareness about ovarian cancer.

On the evening of September 1, several Twin Cities landmarks will glow teal including U.S. Bank Stadium, Target Field, the WCCO Weather Watcher, Sperry Tower and many more. Allianz Field is a new addition for 2022! In St. Cloud, Lincoln Center will light up in teal.

Watch for more landmarks to shine teal in the Northland on September 23 and 24. Enger Tower, Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, Radisson Hotel, Pier B Resort and Hotel, Glensheen Mansion and Peace Church will glow teal in celebration of MOCA’s Light Duluth Teal Gala, September 24. For information on the Gala, please click here.

See our map above for a complete list of MOCA’s Light the Night locations. Do you know of other buildings, bridges or landmarks in your area MOCA could light up next year? Please contact us at to let us know!