We are #blessed to have such wonderful festivals throughout the Tennessee Valley! We just finished a super sunshine filled Panoply and are eating up that BBQ at WhistleStop Weekend.
But what if you could only pick a few festivals to attend? Wouldn’t you want them to represent the BEST Huntsville has to offer?
Here you go…
Sample Huntsville With These 3 Must-See Festivals
Combine family-fun with a great spring day and one of the best locations in Huntsville and what do you get? Good Day Kids Fest!
And it’s free (just bring $5 to park and a little extra for some pay-to-play fun)!
MORE INFO: Saturday, May 12, 12 – 4 pm, Lowe Mill A&E
A brand new 1-day festival in Big Spring Park, headlined by the amazing singer and violinist Amanda Shires. Advanced tickets are now $23, $28 at the festival. Enjoy food trucks, craft beer, and the close proximity to Downtown.
MORE INFO: Saturday, June 23, 3 pm – midnight, Big Spring Park East
Stroll along the scenic Monte Sano State Park to find regional artists nestled under the trees, along with food trucks and entertainment. It’s the best setting for art shopping at one of the best times of year! Free to attend, but bring $10 per car for park entry.
MORE INFO: Saturday, September 15, 9am – 5pm, Sunday, September 16, 9 am – 4 pm, Monte Sano State Park
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