Annual Swedish Days - A Midsommar Festival

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Swedish Days, known as the "Granddaddy" of Illinois Festivals, celebrates Geneva's Swedish heritage. The fest features a host of family-friendly activities: Carnival, Craft Show, Rosemaling (Scandinavian painting), the state's largest Music Competition, Kids' Day, a pet parade, top-notch musical entertainment, Green Geneva Eco-Fun Expo and a renowned Grand Parade. Plenty of food booths offer Swedish and American fare as well as treats for your sweet tooth. Don't forget to shop the sales at over 100 one-of-a-kind stores in Geneva's historic business district. Geneva's train station is located on S. Third Street just blocks from the festivities.

Annual Swedish Days - A Midsommar Festival

Address : S. Third Street & West State Street (Rt. 38) Geneva IL
Phone : 630-232-6060   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 630-232-6083

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Admission Fee : General Admission Free; Fee for some events


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