Phil Vassar on Sat., Oct. 6
Eric Paslay on Sun., Oct. 7
From nationally-known country music stars to excellent tribute bands to rock and roll cover bands to local bands, to children's entertainment, The Harvest Festival offers an affordable fun-filled weekend.
Friends of the Festival Reserved Seating is located in front of the festival main stage and is available exclusively from 6 PM until closing on Saturday OR Sunday to those who have purchased reserved seats. At other times on Saturday and Sunday, seats in the Friends of Festival section are available to everyone from noon to 6 pm on Saturday and Sunday without having to purchase a seat.
Dozens of crafters, retailers and community organizations fill the festival with beautiful and fun items for home and family. Vendors are welcome with advance registration and payment.
We invite local families, schools, youth groups, farmers, farm-related businesses and organizations, high school and other bands, fire and rescue units, marching groups and other businesses to enter the parade.
Skelly's has been providing rides and games for the Festival for 3 decades. They are known for rides designed for fun and thrills coupled with safety and cleanliness. Their ride operators are trained and courteous.
The fun for children includes clowns, jugglers, stiltwalkers, balloon fun, cartoon and super hero characters roaming the festival site all weekend inclidomg the Phillie Phanatic on Sun. , 1-2 PM.
It also includes scheduled shows featuring BMX Bikes, break dancers and educational and exciting animal shows.
The Amusement Rides and Games midway including special money-saving specials will thrill kids and adults all four days.
Take these free tours at 3, 4 and 5 PM on Sat. and Sunday. Departs from Morton Ave. in front of Fire Hall. Pick up free tickets in advance of tour hours at the Festival Main Information Booth to assure space on the tour. Tour includes brief history of farming in the Township and stops at Cedar Rose Vineyards and Southwind Vineyard & Winery. The tours are sponsored by Cumberland County Board of Freeholders and the vineyards.
The festival fireworks show has gained recognition as one of the region's best. This year's show will be accompanied by music, video and photos from the Festival over its 40 years.
The Festival Committee sells water, soda, coffee, hot chocolate, hot dogs and meatball and roast beef sandwiches including Dollar Dog specials and combo specials. Around twenty other food vendors offer a menu of foods to enjoy all weekend.
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