Concordia Fall Festival

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Event# 785-243-4290

Event Details

Fall Fest has become a "Homecoming" for the Cloud County/Concordia community for 25 years. The format of one-location, one-day programming facilitates a return to visit old friends in a fun-filled atmosphere that attracts one and all, adults, children, senior citizens and teens. Many family reunions as well as class reunions are held to coincide with Fall Fest, and no wonder! Always held the last Saturday of September.

The day's offerings include craft and food booths, demonstrations, games, amusements, free entertainment, parade and activities. It's a "One Size Fits All" event. Join the 7,500 to 10,000 people who will attend this year's Fall Fest in Concordia!

We are excited to be releasing a NEW face to Concordia’s own Fall Fest this September 27th. The Fall Fest committee is working to create an atmosphere that promotes both community and commerce. You will see many of the traditional elements, some old things returning and some brand new elements!

Concordia Fall Festival

Address : Downtown Concordia KS
Phone : 785-243-4290   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free


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