This April and May, grab the family and hit the road, or head downtown, to your favorite Spring family fun festival. Don’t have a favorite yet? Here’s a list to get you started.
Experience a historical reenactment, trade beads with a fur trader, attend a Blue-Grey Ball and sample period-style foods.
April 28-29 – Bridgeton Mountain Man Rendezvous, Bridgeton
April 28-29 –Redbud Trail Rendezvous, Rochester
April 28-29 - Sassafras Tea Festival & Civil War Living History, Vernon
May 5-6 – Encounter at the Falls-A Living History Presentation, Pendleton
May 5-6 – Lore of the Laughery, Friendship
May 12-13 – Rail Fest, Washington
May 19-20 – Historical Timeline Rendezvous and Festival, Rockport
May 26-27 – Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous, Vincennes
FOOD, ART AND MUSIC FUN
Tempt your senses at one of these wonderful festivals of tantalizing tastes and smells, vivid colors and mesmerizing melodies.
April 20-21 –Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival, Wakarusa
April 21 – ArtsGo!, Danville
May 5-6 – Riley Wrangler’s 27th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair, Greenfield
May 18-19 – Hope’s Art Fair on the Square, Hope
May 18-19 – RiverRoots: Ohio River Valley Folk Festival, Madison
May 19 – Brick Street Market, Zionsville
May 19-20 – Broad Ripple Art Fair, Indianapolis
May 26 – Round the Fountain Art Fair, Lafayette
May 26 – Starlight Strawberry Festival, Starlight
Celebrate small town Americana at one of these downtown extravaganzas of town pride, homecoming and history.
April 28-May 5 – Orleans Dogwood Festival, Orleans
May 2-26 – 500 Festival, Indianapolis
May 12 – Mosey Down Main, Lafayette
May 16-19 – Dillsboro Homecoming Festival, Dillsboro
May 18-19 – Harrodsburg Heritage Days Festival, Harrodsburg
May 24-Jun 2 – 29th Annual Banks of the Wabash Festival, Terre Haute
May 25 – Rockin’ on Main, Speedway
May 30-Jun 2 – Knightstown Jubilee Days, Knightstown
May 31-Jun 3 – All-American Country Hoedown, Campbellsburg
Have a favorite Indiana festival not on the list? Let us know what it is via the comment section.