The Boaz Harvest Festival is Marshall County’s favorite Fall celebration that happens the first full weekend of October every year. Returning for its 58th year, the free festival is set for October 7-8, 2022, bringing two days of non-stop family fun for all.
Hundreds of craft vendors will line the streets of Downtown Boaz for festival goers to find unique items to take home or use as Christmas gifts. Kids will be entertained with rides, games and inflatables. There are plenty of more activities available for everyone though. A corn hole tournament will take place on Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. as well as the Miss Boaz Harvest Festival pageant on Saturday.
There will also be hundreds of cars lining the streets for a traditional car show. Live music can be heard at the Old Mill Park stage all day both days of the festival. Make sure to walk through Old Mill Park to see the scarecrows set up by community organizations as well.
Bring your appetites because some of the best food vendors will be out on Main Street. Festival goers can enjoy classics from burgers to chicken fingers to fries. Exciting carnival food like funnel cake, corndogs and fried Oreos will also be readily available at the Boaz Harvest Festival too.
The Boaz Harvest Festival begins at 8 a.m. on both days and will end on Saturday at 6 p.m. For more information, click here.
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