Plaintiff Strelow was in attendance at the beer tent of a local festival when in her attempt to catch a Frisbee that was thrown in the crowd, Strelow tripped over what she perceived to be electrical cords on the ground. Strelow failed to prove that the Defendant caused the cords to be placed where she fell, or knew or should have known about the existence of the cords. The Court held that a Defendant owes no duty as a matter of law to warn or protect Plaintiff from an injury when the evidence is insufficient to show that Defendant had either actual or constructive notice of a dangerous condition. Strelow v. Winona Steamboat Days Festival Ass’n, 2015 WL 5511451 (Minn. Ct. App. Sept. 21, 2015).