There Is A Massive Chocolate Festival Headed To Indiana In February
Did you know that, when you eat chocolate, your brain releases endorphins in a similar way as it would, say, hugging a loved one? Yep – chocolate is an experience in and of itself, and if there’s anything in this world most of us are hopelessly addicted to, it’s chocolate. Enter this absolutely divine annual festival in Fort Wayne that’s all about that cocoa life. It’s the Fort Wayne Chocolatefest, and we promise it’s the most delicious chocolate festival in Indiana (until the next one, anyway). Of all the date ideas for Valentine’s Day in Indiana that we can come up with, this one is by far the most delectable.
If you prefer to get your tickets online instead, check out the official Eventbrite website for more details.
This chocolate festival in Indiana is sure to be sweet! What kind of chocolate is your favorite? What are you most looking forward to when it comes to this amazing chocolate festival? Any plans for Valentine’s Day? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.
While you are in town for the Chocolate Fest, make it a romantic getaway by staying in this unique rental that used to be a blacksmith business in 1866 – it is now a super modern creative crash pad that is sure to create some sparks too.
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What are some fun Indiana festivals?
From holiday festivals to harvest festivals, Indiana knows how to throw a good party. But when it comes to the tasty celebrations that our tummy really loves, that's where Indiana really shines. Here are some fun Indiana festivals that will tempt your tastebuds:
- Van Buren Popcorn Festival, Van Buren, IN: For over 50 years, this festival has been poppin'! It's a free event with live music, games, parades, a classic car show, a great selection of vendors, and, of course, plenty of hot buttered popcorn. The Van Buren Popcorn Festival pops up in early August so make sure you put it on your calendar if you have a hankering for a little snack.
- Hendricks County Rib Fest, Danville, IN: Is there any better way to kick off summer than with a BBQ fest? The grills are hot and the meat is pull-off-the-bone tender. Before you fill up on BBQ, make sure you put on your best bib and join the Rise and Swine 5K Rib Run or sit back and enjoy watching your kids partake in the shorter "riblets" run. With nine vendors dedicated to creating the best barbecue in Indiana, the main event is sure to be tasty.
- Oktoberfest, St. John, IN: Toward the end of September you'll want to head to the St. John the Evangelist Parish for its annual Oktoberfest celebration. It might surprise you to learn this is a family-friendly event with plenty of activities for the little ones as well. But we all know the real reason we love a good Oktoberfest - plenty of German-style food and beer!