Witness local farms and Main Street communities transform into family playgrounds for fall festivals.
--- Fall Festivals You Can't Miss ---
October 7-9 in Richmond -The Richmond Folk Festival features
more than 30 performing groups on seven live stages with continuous music and
dance performances, along with a Virginia Folklife demonstration area,
children's activities, a folk arts marketplace, regional and ethnic foods, and
much more. Admission is free!
October 15-16 in Norfolk - The Annual Town Point Virginia Wine Festival presented by AT&T, Hampton Roads' most anticipated Wine Festival of the fall season in Town Point Park along the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront. This fall festival favorite will showcase over 200 of Virginia's finest wine varieties and encapsulate the elegant flavor and flair of the region.
Weekends in October in Syria -Graves' Mountain Apple Harvest
Festival - Come
and see nature's way of blanketing the mountains with beautiful fall colors as
you enjoy local food, bluegrass music, a hay maze, hayrides, and plenty of
other fun-filled activities for the entire family.
October 22 in Ferrum - Experience
what life in the Blue Ridge is like, both now and in the past, at Ferrum
College's Blue Ridge Folklife Festival,
which celebrates western Virginia's folkways. The festival
includes four music and storytelling stages, two dozen Blue Ridge foods, 50+
old-time crafts, and much more.
November 3-4 in Urbanna - This is the 60th Anniversary of "The Official Oyster Festival of the Commonwealth!" - the Urbanna Oyster Festival.
Come by BOAT or come by LAND because we have got everything oyster and more! The charming Town of Urbanna closes it's streets for this big celebration of oysters. This is where the Oyster Trail Began...
November 3-6 in Charlottesville - The Virginia Film Festival has been celebrating the magic of the movies and inspiring audiences for over 28 years. Every autumn, the Festival showcases celebrated new features and documentaries, fresh perspectives on timeless classics, and local filmmakers from right here in Virginia. This year don't miss Loving as the featured film.
November 4-13 in Williamsburg – Don’t
miss out on the 2016 Williamsburg Harvest Celebration. We invite you to EAT+DRINK+LEARN
in Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown, with 35+ culinary inspired events
highlighting Virginia's Finest.
November 17-20 in Richmond - Fire, Flour & Fork is a four-day culinary event, organized by Real Richmond Food Tours, celebrating the best the Richmond region has to offer: its complex history, its rich artistic community and its established and rising culinary stars.
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Last Updated: 09/30/2016
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