From clogging and singing contests to demolition derbies, the Vanderburgh County 4H Fair offers a week for everyone. Other festivities include pageants, animal shows and tractor pulls. But the highlight of the fair is always the animals.
Kraut, sausages, bands and beer gardens. You'll find all that and laderhosen, too! The Germania Mannerchor Volksfest is an Evansville tradition that celebrates our German Heritage starting at lunch and ending well into the evening. 21+ after 2 p.m.
The 6th Annual Jazz & Wine Festival will again turn Main Street into a nightclub under the stars! Sixteen bands on three stages, ten restaurants, nine wineries with tented and open-air seating. The party begins at 4PM until 11PM. Ages 21 and over only. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. They can be purchased through website http://www.evansvillejazzfest.com/ or by calling 812-425-5050.
The 31st annual German Festival honors the founding fathers of New Harmony. Two days filled with lively music, traditional foods, historic re-enactors, beautiful artwork, one of a kind crafts, gifts, furnishings and clothing. And fun for the entire Family!
A culmination of everything Angel Mounds has to offer, Native American Days spans space and time to present a full narrative of Native American lifeways. The event includes numerous demonstrations and hands-on activities, an Indian market, performance area, and concessions. So whether you're into music and dancing, prehistoric tool technology, drum construction, children's games, or just love to shop and eat, this fun-filled weekend is for you.
Located in the heart of the Haynie's Corner Arts District, Funk in the City features more than 100 artists/artisans from Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Ohio, Arizona and Colorado. A portion of the proceeds help fund the fine arts programming at the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville.
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From talent shows and carnival rides to sausage burgers and deep-fried Kool-aid, the Fall Festival continues to be a family-fun tradition. Over 120 food booths serving festival standards - corn dogs, elephant ears, cotton candy - as well as the more adventurous items - brain sandwiches, fried butter, scorpion suckers. Homemade chicken & dumplings, fresh baked kuchens and cobblers, barbecued pork ribs, elkburgers, cajun sausage, crawfish etouffee - you name it, we'll bet you will find it at this 6-day festival. Parades, a game Midway, rides for all ages, entertainme