Indiana August 28, 2019
The Little Italy Festival In Indiana Has Been An Annual Tradition Since 1966
Lovers of pizza and pasta and the culture that goes with it will want to visit this special Italian festival that takes place every year in Clinton, Indiana. Locals know that this is the best fair of the year, and it’s about time you found out why.
Don’t miss this incredible event that’s been going on for decades. Scroll on for more details.
The Little Italy Festival in west-central Indiana is a long-standing annual tradition that has been going on since 1966.
Taking place August 30 through September 2, 2019, this Italian festival aims to preserve Vermillion County's heritage.
Most festivities take place in the town of Clinton and include a parade, fireworks, pizza-eating contest, spaghetti-eating contest, and much more.
Throughout these four days, there will also be concessions, live entertainment, and other competitions. One of the most popular and traditional activities is the grape stomp.
Additionally, at this Italian festival, a Queen of Grapes is crowned. Don't miss who the lucky representative of the town is this year.
Other than Friday, events begin each day at 11 p.m. and last until 9 p.m. On Friday, the event begins after work hours at 6 p.m. and goes until 11 p.m.
There's no better time to visit Clinton and enjoy this fabulous Indiana county. Come for the history and stay for the good food, good community, and even better atmosphere.
For more details about The Little Italy Festival, check out its
website or Facebook page.
For more like this, check out these
11 Italian restaurants in Indiana that everyone adores.
If you’ve ever been to this Italian festival, we’d love to hear from you. Please share your experiences and photos with us below in the comments.