August Ohio Festivals, Fairs & Events in Late Summer

Coshocton Sunflower Festival

Admission to the Coshocton Sunflower Festival is approx. $12-20/person.

  • When: Various dates in August (click link below)
  • Location: (Map It) 24688 County Road 10 in Coshocton, Ohio
  • Phone: 740-502-9245
  • Web: click here

The Coshocton Sunflower Festival is all about experiencing the joy of spending time with your friends, family, and loved ones in a 4-acre field of the happiest flowers on Earth – sunflowers! This festival features more than 30 varieties of sunflowers. Explore the field, enjoy photo ops, and choose your favorite flowers. Wagon rides are available to and from the sunflower fields. In addition, enjoy live music, food truck, beer garden, craft vendors, and activities.

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Dublin Irish Festival

Admission to Dublin Irish Festival is approx. $30/person but discounts are available online (Free admission for children 12 and younger).

  • When: August 2 – 4, 2024 (Friday from 4pm – Midnight; Saturday from 11am – Midnight; Sunday from 11am – 8pm)
  • Location: (Map It) Coffman Park, 5200 Emerald Parkway in Dublin, Ohio (The free Shuttle service will run continuously from Metro Place North & South to the Festival).
  • Phone: 614-410-4545
  • Web:

Dublin Irish Festival is now the world’s second-largest Irish celebration. More than 100,000+ guests are expected this year.  For a complete listing of entertainment, please visit the website above.

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Hocking Hills Bigfoot Festival

Admission to the Hocking Hills Bigfoot Festival is Free.

Hocking Hills Bigfoot Festival in Logan, Ohio, will be filled with Sasquatch enthusiasts, speakers, and vendors.  There will be plenty of fun with live music, a Squatch Walk, Squatch & Find, and a Howling Contest.  Be sure to allow some time to look for Bigfoot in the Hills.

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Lebanon Blues Festival

Admission to the Lebanon Blues Festival in Lebanon, Ohio, is free.

  • When: August 2 & 3, 2024 (always the first Saturday in August and the Friday night before)
  • Location: (Map It) downtown Lebanon, Ohio
  • Phone: 513-228-3103
  • Web: click here

The Lebanon Blues Festival is presented by the Lebanon Optimist Club. It will take place in historic downtown Lebanon along Broadway & Mulberry Streets. Listen to the sultry sounds of seven blues bands while enjoying your favorite foods. Sit and sip a cool drink in our deluxe beer garden. Gaze at more than 150 classic automobiles. Browse the downtown specialty shops for gifts and antique treasures during “Old Fashioned Bargain Days.”  Come out and enjoy the “Blues, BBQ & Bumpers.” there will also be a 5K Blues Run along the new bike trail.

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Toledo Jeep Fest

Admission to the Toledo Jeep Fest is free.

The Toledo Jeep Fest attracts Jeep enthusiasts from near and far to downtown Toledo, Ohio. Visitors celebrate the Jeep life and vehicles in the city where the Jeep was invented. Enjoy a grand parade of Jeeps and large-scale vendor Midway.

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Twins Days Festival

Admission to Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg is approximately $4/person.

  • When: August 2 – 4, 2024 (usually the first full weekend in August)
  • Location: (Map It) Twinsburg, Ohio
  • Phone: 330-425-3652
  • Web:

Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, is the world’s largest annual gathering of twins. Officials estimate that 2,000 sets of twins appear every year. Now, that’s got to be quite a sight. Twins from around the world participate in a parade appropriately named the Double-Take Parade, which has been nationally televised. Other activities include entertainment, fireworks, and contests.

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Vintage Ohio Wine Festival

Admission to the Vintage Ohio Wine Festival is approx. $45/adult.

  • When: August 2 & 3, 2024, from Noon – 9pm each day (always the first Friday and Saturday in August)
  • Where: (Map It) Lake Metroparks Farmpark at 8800 Euclid Chardon Rd. in Kirtland, Ohio
  • Call: 440-466-4417
  • Web: click here

Vintage Ohio Wine Festival: While Vintage Ohio by Ohio Wine Producers Association at Lake Metroparks Farmpark in Kirtland, Ohio, has truly grown to showcase more than just wine, the winemakers and their vintages draw more than 30,000 wine lovers to Lake County each August. Vintage Ohio is the premier wine, food, and family fun festival between the Appalachians and Rockies. It is the largest event of its kind in Ohio and offers a premier tasting opportunity for people to discover the award-winning wines of Ohio. Ohio wineries produce over 150 varieties at this event, and nowhere else are so many Ohio wines available at a single venue. In addition, Vintage Ohio hosts two stages of live jazz, blues, oldies, reggae, and rock music. Dozens of regional restaurants and caterers will be serving their finest cuisine.

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Y Bridge Arts Festival

Admission to the Y Bridge Arts Festival in Zanesville is free.

  • When: August 2 & 3, 2024
  • Location: (Map It) Downtown Zanesville, Ohio, at the Secrest Auditorium Complex.
  • Web: click here

Y Bridge Arts Festival in Zanesville, Ohio, hosts approximately 75 visual artists, 25 performing artists/dance troupes, and two primetime bands on Friday and Saturday. Artists are found in outdoor tents and indoor booths at the Secrest Welcome Center Heritage Room.

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Cardboard Boat Regatta

Admission to the New Richmond on the Ohio Cardboard Boat Regatta is Free.

  • When: August 3, 2024 (race is Saturday at 1pm)
  • Location: (Map It) New Richmond, Ohio
  • Phone: 513-403-1675
  • Web: click here

The New Richmond on the Ohio Cardboard Boat Regatta – The Annual New Richmond Race is a wild time. Over 70 wild, wacky, and crafty cardboard boats take to the water for racing competitions. Don’t miss the fun along the Ohio River in New Richmond, Ohio. As the event creators say, “Cardboard & water…what could possibly go wrong?” Also, check out the Cardboard Boat Museum.

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Gnadenhutten Pioneer Days

Admission to Gnadenhutten Pioneer Days is free.

  • When: August 3 & 4, 2024 (Always the first Saturday & Sunday in August)
  • Location: (Map It) 352 Cherry Street in Gnadenhutten, Ohio Historical Park and Museum
  • Phone: 330-691-1474

Gnadenhutten Pioneer Days:  Celebrate pioneer-style at Gnadenhutten Historical Park & Museum. Visitors will see a parade and a mixture of other entertainment. Also, there is an 1840s pioneer encampment sure to make children and adults alike appreciate their modern amenities. In addition, there are plenty of arts, crafts and more to see at this traditional annual event.

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Marietta Rivers, Trails & Ales Fest

Marietta Rivers Trails Ales FestivalAdmission to the Marietta Rivers, Trails & Ales Festival is free.

  • When: August 8 – 11, 2024 (All day long with events at various times)
  • Location: (Map It) Front Street, Marietta, Ohio
  • Phone: 740-373-5178
  • Web: Click here

The Marietta Rivers, Trails & Ales Festival (RTA Fest) is a down-home celebration of paddling, road & mountain biking, and fine local ales in one of the state’s top destinations for outdoor adventure: Marietta, Ohio!

Enjoy bike-friendly events, including family fun rides, a bike parade, the tortoise & hare race, a town scavenger hunt, and trail rides. Next, paddle down the Ohio and Muskingum Rivers and through the hand-operated locks during one of the casual trips or races. Don’t forget to build your raft for the Mighty Muskingum River Raft Race!

After a long day of outdoor adventure, kick back and enjoy live music and locally crafted brews around historic downtown Marietta.

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Ohio Lincoln Highway Buy-Way Sale

Admission to Ohio Lincoln Highway Buy-Way Sale is free.

  • When: August 8 – 10, 2024 (Always the second Thursday – Saturday in August)
  • Location: (Map It) Along the LH Historic Byway in Ohio; parts of other states
  • Phone: 800-454-8319
  • Story: Click Here

Ohio Lincoln Highway Buy-Way Sale:  This unique annual event is a haven for bargain hunters. Be prepared to shop ’til you drop, and reserve your lodging early along America’s first coast-to-coast road! The Lincoln Highway aligns with the older sections of US Rt 30 through Ohio and the country. It spans East Liverpool to Convoy and every Lincoln Highway community in Ohio.

More than 1,000-yard sales were counted last year. If you are looking for something in particular, chances are it’s out there…at yard sale prices! Along the way, you’re bound to dust off an old ball glove that’s seen so much action it is now better served as a decoration. Or you can find a used carrousel horse, often used now as a foyer centerpiece. In addition, there are many heirloom pieces such as immigrant trunks, vintage clothing styles, old technology to reminisce or display, and a wide variety of appliances – some just for show and some that still run. The plethora of resale items runs the gamut. You can imagine the possibilities. Pick up a free Travelers Guide along the way.

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Ohio Valley Antique Machinery Show

Admission to the Ohio Valley Antique Machinery Show is approx. $6/person. 

  • When: August 8 – 11, 2024
  • Location: (Map It) 8803 Winfield Dr in Georgetown, Ohio
  • Phone: 937-378-4480
  • Web:

Ohio Valley Antique Machinery Show is one of America’s largest historic farm equipment and tractor gathering. The show has been going on for over 50 years! It gathers families from all around to participate.

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Mount Vernon Music & Arts Festival

Admission to the Mount Vernon Music & Arts Festival is free.

  • When: August 9 – 11, 2024 (Always Friday through Sunday of the second week of August)
  • Where: (Map It) Downtown Mount Vernon, Ohio
  • Phone: 800-837-5282 or 740-392-FEST (3378)
  • Web: click here

Mount Vernon Music & Arts Festival:  Music, crafts, cars, competitions, shows, historical tours, and family fun abound at the Mount Vernon Music & Arts Festival. The event showcases artists and musicians performing such styles as bluegrass, country, folk, oldies, rock-n-roll, Christian, and big bands. The festival’s trademark is its outstanding music and entertainment format and an artisan and handmade crafts exhibition.

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North Ridgeville Corn Festival

Admission to the North Ridgeville Corn Festival is free.

  • When: August 9 – 11, 2024 (Always the second weekend in August)
  • Location: (Map It) North Ridgeville, Ohio
  • Phone: 440-218-9802
  • Web: click here

North Ridgeville Corn Festival in North Ridgeville, Ohio:  Living in Ohio, everyone needs to go to at least one corn festival. Join the North Ridgeville community for three fun summer days and experience Amish-style corn. The festivities include a parade, live bands nightly, a corn-eating contest, a car show, a horseshoe tournament, rides, kids’ games, bed races, crafts, and a midway.

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Festival Latino

Photo credit: Randall L. Schieber

Admission to Festival Latino in Columbus is free.

  • When: August 10 & 11, 2024, 11am – 8pm
  • Location: (Map It) 303 W. Broad St. in Columbus, Ohio
  • Phone: 614-469-1045
  • Web:

Festival Latino in Columbus celebrates family and community with two days of children’s activities, live music, food trucks, art, and dance from the heart of Latin America during the second weekend of August each year.

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Summit County Italian American Festival

Admission and parking to Summit County Italian American Festival are free. 

  • When: August 11 – 13, 2024, from 11am – 11pm.
  • Location: (Map It) Lock 3 Park at 200 South Main St. in Akron, Ohio
  • Web: click here

The Summit County Italian America Festival in Akron has been celebrated for over 60 years. The festival is held by The Council of Italian-American Society every year to enjoy anything and everything Italian. From wine tasting to a pizza-eating contest to fireworks, the Italian celebrations are three days of enjoyment for the whole family. Great traditional food and entertainment are something that everyone can enjoy. There is a homemade wine contest and Italian classics like bocce, morra, and more. A mass is held on Sunday and after a spaghetti dinner.

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Jeep Jam

Admission to Jeep Jam in Clarksville is free for the Friday Cruise-In, $5/spectator, and $35-60 for jeeps.

  • When: August 13 – 15, 2024
  • Location: (Map It) 5723 OH-350 in Clarksville, Ohio
  • Phone: 937-382-4443
  • Web:

Jeep Jam in Clarksville, Ohio, features a free Cruise-In party on Friday night from 5 pm–midnight. Trail rides and obstacle course competitions for Jeep owners/drivers are Saturday and Sunday from 9am – 6pm and 9am – 4pm, respectively. Enjoy the vendors, beer garden, soft drinks, Jeep enthusiasts, and memorabilia.

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Pemberville Free Fair

Admission to Pemberville Free Fair is free.

  • Open: August 14 – 17, 2024
  • Location: (Map It) Memorial Park, on the corner of Front and College Streets, Pemberville, Ohio
  • Phone: 419-287-3832
  • Web:

Pemberville Free Fair in Pemberville, Ohio:  This is one of the last free fairs in Ohio, includes two parades, and offers the usual mix of animals, flowers, produce, quilts, needlework, bingo, hobbies, and yummy food, along with a horse pull, a kiddie tractor pull, a youth talent show, and a fun run.  Each year, closely-guarded plans for kiddie costumes and floats (which get more and more creative) start far in advance of the parade date, and winners not only get a small purse, they get bragging rights until the next year’s parade.

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Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival

Admission to Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival in Bucyrus is free.

  • When: August 15 – 17, 2024 (Always the third weekend in August Thr-Sat)
  • Location: (Map It) Downtown Bucyrus, Ohio
  • Phone: 419-562-2728 or 419-562-0720
  • Web:

Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival in Bucyrus, Ohio:  This festival packs three days of family fun and more than 27 tons of the finest sausage cooking over open pits. The festival celebrates this small Ohio town’s German heritage with more than bratwurst. There are daily parades, contests, auctions, and the FOOD – local family recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation, dating back to “the old country.” And, thanks to our sponsors, there is plenty of FREE live entertainment.

Don’t miss the Best “Wurst” Bicycle Ride on Saturday. This flat-to-rolling tour of 12, 32, 65, and 100 miles is associated with the annual Bratwurst Festival.  The registration fee includes the full-service tour, pancake breakfast at registration, and more.  Several awards go to riders. The tour passes historic sites, a nature center, a parkland, and beautiful countryside! Homemade ice cream and showers are available at the finish.  Sponsored by the Bucyrus Tourism & Visitors Bureau.

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D-Day Conneaut

Admission to D-Day Conneaut is free.

  • When: August 15 – 17, 2024
  • Location: (Map It) Conneaut Township Park at 480 Lake Road in Conneaut, Ohio
  • Web: click here

D-Day Conneaut will invade the Lake Erie shores of Conneaut, Ohio, and stage the country’s largest D-Day (June 6, 1944) living history reenactment. Featuring over 1,800 reenactors, spectators will witness a living tribute to the veterans of WWII through dress, mock battles, and living history displays. It is a highly realistic and educational experience.

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Feast of the Assumption Cleveland

Admission to Feast of the Assumption in Cleveland’s Little Italy at University Circle is free.

  • When: August 15 – 18, 2024 (starts 6pm the 12th):
  • Location: (Map It) Little Italy’s Murray Hill neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Phone: 216-421-2995
  • Web: click here

Feast of the Assumption in Cleveland’s Little Italy at University Circle on Murray Hill is a major annual event celebrated for over 100 years in this historic neighborhood of Cleveland.  Whether you’re Italian or not, this festival is popular with everyone. There is a traditional religious procession through the ethnic neighborhood streets following a mass at the church. Crowds are enormous as it seems all of northeast Ohio ascends on this little Italian-American community, making it “Big Italy” if only for a few days. There is plenty of music, dancing, artwork, rides, and great food. The area is filled with an “old-world” atmosphere. The four-day celebration draws crowds of more than 100,000 annually. How can that many people be wrong? This is the place to see if you’re looking for old-world charm, culinary delight, and beautiful cityscape.

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Pulltown Tractor Pulling Championships

Admission to the Pulltown National Tractor Pulling Championships varies.

The Pulltown National Tractor Pulling Championship in Bowling Green, Ohio, is the largest tractor-pulling championship in the world. People travel from all over the world to visit and take part in the festivities at NTPC. Since 1962 the first speed pull was introduced to Wood County, it has become a staple for this small town. This jam-packed three-day event holds five sessions of exciting and riveting pulls. Anything from four-wheel drive trucks to super semis can be seen competing to bring home those big trophies. As the largest tractor-pulling championship in the world, who wouldn’t want to go out and enjoy all the fun? With over 2,100 campsites and about 65,000 people, it is the perfect weekend to end the summer.

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Nelsonville Parade of The Hills

Admission to the Nelsonville Parade of The Hills is free.

  • Open: Always the 3rd full weekend in August
  • Location: (Map It) Nelsonville, Ohio
  • Phone: 740-753-4346
  • Web: click here

Nelsonville Parade of The Hills festival is held on Nelsonville, Ohio’s historic Public Square. Come enjoy great family entertainment, regional art, home cooking, concessions, midway, carnival, pie contest & auction, 5K run, kids street games, Kids Athletic Day, The Ohio State Fiddling Contest, and free nightly entertainment on stage. It features three separate parades, each beginning at 6 p.m.; Wednesday’s Welcome Home Parade, Thursday’s Bicycle Parade, and Saturday’s Grande Parade. There’s also free nightly entertainment.

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Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival

Admission to the Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival is Free as well as parking.

  • When: August 17 & 18, 2024,  from 11am – 7pm on Saturday and 11am – 6pm on Sunday (always the 3rd full weekend in August).
  • Location: (Map It) Community Park at 691 E. Dayton-Yellow Springs Road in Fairborn, Ohio
  • Web: click here

Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival is a family-oriented event. There will be approximately 180 handmade arts and crafts booths and food vendors. Visitors enjoy favorites such as steamed-cooked sweet corn, BBQ chicken, pork chop sandwiches, and fresh-cut watermelon. There will be arts and crafts for everyone, including candles, wooden items, jewelry, watercolors, oil paintings, and more. Experience activities for children will include pony rides and the Big Bounce. Enjoy free entertainment in the festival area on both days. The event is sponsored by The Fairborn Art Association (FAA) and the Fairborn Lions Club.

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Sunbury Sizzle and Sounds

Admission to Sunbury Sizzle and Sounds is free.

  • When: August 17, 2024 (Always the third Saturday in August), from 11am – 11pm
  • Location: (Map It) Sunbury Square in Sunbury, Ohio
  • Phone: 740-965-2684
  • Web: click here

Sunbury Sizzle and Sounds on the Square in Sunbury! This growing end-of-summer celebration is packed with great music, food, and friends. The Kids’ Zone is open 11am – 4pm with rides, a petting zoo, and other activities. The Beer Garden is open for those 21 and older from 2:30pm-10:30pm. Lots of craft vendors and great food offerings. Everyone can experience fantastic local, regional, and national musicians scheduled throughout the day to entertain & celebrate summer and Sunbury’s community. There is no admission fee. Free parking is all around, and neighborhood shuttles are available for those who need to park further away (watch for signs).

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Clifton Gorge Music & Arts Festival

Admission to Clifton Gorge Music & Arts Festival is free.

  • When: August 23 & 24, 2024, from 4pm – 11pm on Friday and 10am – 11pm on Saturday
  • Location: (Map It) Clifton, Ohio, town center on Route 343 around the old Union Schoolhouse
  • Phone: 937-342-2175
  • Web: click here

Clifton Gorge Music & Arts Festival will be held in the Village of Clifton alongside the beautiful Clifton Gorge in Greene County, Ohio.  The event will feature back-to-back live music, displays of arts and crafts, vendors for shopping and eating, activities for the kids, and a beer tent. On Friday, there will also be a Cruise-In.

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Cleveland Garlic Festival

Admission to the Cleveland Garlic Festival is approx. $10/person.

  • When: August 24 & 25, 2024, from Noon – 8pm and Noon – 6pm, respectively
  • Location: (Map It) Historic Shaker Square in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Phone: 216-751-7656
  • Web: click here

The Cleveland Garlic Festival in Cleveland, Ohio, features annual favorites, “Top Chef” Garlic Grill-Offs, craft beer, garlic fries, and Mitchell’s Garlic Ice Cream. Try some locally produced brews, and yes, garlic beer!

Inspired by the Gilroy Garlic Festival in California, this event is the Midwest’s ground zero “for all things garlic” combined with great live music.  Attendees enjoy garlic-themed food prepared by Cleveland celebrity chefs, a parade with Miss Garlic and her fairy princess court, cooking demonstrations on how to prepare garlic, local artists, and a staging area featuring live music from funk to jazz, bluegrass, folk, rock, and a belly dancing troupe.

A children’s “Mighty Locavores” area features activities for kids with a tractor maze, cooking classes, a rock climbing wall, Flower Clown, “Taste the Season,” “Get Growin’ with Garlic,” and more.

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Coshocton Flint Festival

Admission to the Coshocton Flint Festival & Knap-In is approx. $5/car.

The Coshocton Flint Festival & Knap-In provides an entertaining and educational weekend for all ages. Craftspeople demonstrate the art of flint knapping to create arrowheads and other tools, a tradition dating back thousands of years. Demonstrations, auctions, and contests are just some popular event highlights.

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Obetz Zucchini Fest

Admission to Obetz Zucchini Fest is free.

  • When: August 30 – September 2, 2024
  • Location: (Map It) Memorial Park at 4175 Alum Creek Drive in Obetz, Ohio
  • Phone: 614-491-1080
  • Web: click here

The Obetz Zucchini Festival in Obetz, Ohio, is a four-day family festival celebrating the zucchini.  The event includes entertainment, including a national touring act on Saturday, rides, games, pageants, a Friday night cruise-in, a parade, food, and lots of zucchini.  Sunday is Kids Day, with free activities all day.

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Portsmouth River Days

Admission to Portsmouth River Days in Portsmouth, Ohio, is free.

  • When: August 30 – September 1, 2024, from Noon – 11pm, Daily
  • Location: (Map It) 4th Street Municipal Parking lot and surrounding areas of the historic Boneyfiddle district of Portsmouth, Ohio.
  • Phone: 740-821-6806
    or Email
  • Web: click here or visit Facebook

Visit Portsmouth River Days Celebration for free nightly entertainment on the riverfront stage, arts and crafts, rides and Inflatables, Vendor Merchants, Southern Ohio Axe Throwing, lots of great food, and more. Concerts begin at 7pm, nightly. The Grand Parade begins at 11am on Saturday, with the Queens Pageant at Shawnee State University Gymnasium at 6:30pm (Tickets are required for the Pageant and Little Miss Pageant at 6pm). There will be children’s activities at Noon near the Music Stage in the Big White tent on Sunday. Sunday night concludes the celebration with a Fireworks Extravaganza at 10:30pm.

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Jammin’ Food Truck Fest

Admission to the Jammin’ Food Truck Fest at Schoenbrunn Village is Free.

  • When: August 31, 2024, from 11am – 7pm (Always the Saturday before Labor Day)
  • Location: (Map It) Historic Schoenbrunn Village at 1984 E. High Ave. in New Philadelphia, Ohio
  • Phone: 740-922-6776
  • Web: Click here

Jammin’ Food Truck Fest at Historic Schoenbrunn Village in New Philadelphia, Ohio, delivers some end-of-summer fun that involves food, beer, wine tasting, and shopping.  Have fun playing Bocce Ball, Badminton, volleyball, corn-hole, horse-shoes, and classic children’s games. Listen to live music. Enjoy a variety of specialty foods like ice creams, walking tacos, BBQ classics and fusion, smoked meats, comfort food, mac-n-cheese, pizza, and various other drinks and treats. The event will also have a beer garden that can be enjoyed throughout the lower level. A donation results in a discount at the drink tent, beer garden, wine tasting. All proceeds will benefit the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum, Historic Schoenbrunn Village, and The Museum of Clay Industry and Folk Art.

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Ohio County Fairs in August

Ohio County Fairs in August:

Allen County Fair in Lima

Ashtabula County Fair in Jefferson

Athens County Fair in Athens
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Auglaize County Fair in Wapakoneta
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Champaign County Fair in Urbana

Columbiana County Fair in Lisbon

Cuyahoga County Fair in Berea

Darke County Fair in Greenville

Defiance County Fair in Hicksville

Erie County Fair in Sandusky

Gallia County Fair in Gallipolis
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Greene County Fair in Xenia

Hamilton County Fair in Carthage
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Henry County Fair in Napoleon
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Holmes County Fair in Millersburg
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Huron County Fair in Norwalk

Jefferson County Fair in Smithfield
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Licking County Hartford Fair in Croton

Lorain County Fair in Wellington

Medina County Fair in Medina

Meigs County Fair in Pomeroy
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Mercer County Fair in Celina
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Miami County Fair in Troy

Monroe County Fair in Woodsfield
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Morrow County Fair in Mount Gilead

Muskingum County Fair in Zanesville

Noble County Fair in Caldwell

Portage County Fair in Randolph

Richland County Fair in Mansfield
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Ross County Fair in Chillicothe

Sandusky County Fair in Fremont

Scioto County Fair in Lucasville

Seneca County Fair in Attica

Stark County Fair in Canton

Wood County Fair in Bowling Green

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