Vermont June 30, 2017
The 9 Best Small-Town Vermont Festivals You’ve Never Heard Of
Vermont has some pretty famous fairs and festivals such as the Tunbridge Fair, Strolling of the Heifers and the Burlington Jazz Festival. However there are many great lesser known festivals that are pretty awesome. Whether the town is small, or the festival isn’t as well known, we just love these small town festivals in VT that you may never have heard of before. Let’s take a look!
1. Northeastern Primitive Rendezvous - July 14 - 21, 2017
You can find all kinds of fun at this historical festival. Head over to
701 Herrick Brook Road
in Pawlet to check it out this July!
2. NoTown Music Festival - July 21-23, 2017
Imagine camping in this beautiful setting with a roaring campfire and incredible music. Well, you don’t need to imagine, because this could be you! Head over to this three day festival in Stockbridge.
3. Barre Heritage Festival - Jul 27-30, 2017
This civic festival has a little bit of everything - live music, parade and fireworks. It's fun for the whole family!
4. The Manifestivus - July 28-29, 2017
This highly anticipated show takes place in little old Cabot, Vermont. Every year world class musicians gather to entertain in this gorgeous setting producing a family friendly event.
5. The Deerfield Valley Annual Blueberry Festival - July 28th - August 6th, 2017
10 whole days of blueberry filled activities isn't even enough for this "jam" packed festival. Parades, contests and loads of delicious fun.
6. Manchester Fly Fishing Festival - Aug 12, 2017
This unique festival is great for anyone and everyone who likes to fish and enjoy the fresh air.
7. Kids Pirate Festival -Aug 19-20, 2017
The kids love getting dressed up in pirate garb for live shows, treasure hunts and more pirate fun at this great festival at the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in Vergennes.
8. Vermont Woodworking & Forest Festival - September 23-24, 2017
This festival at the Billings farm in Woodstock showcases fine artistry in woodworking. Go and check out the many vendors who display everything from woodcarvings and home furnishings, to jewelry and toys.
9. Brattleboro Literary Festival - October 12-15, 2017
This free festival celebrates the written word of both new and established authors. You'll love the readings and discussions of their amazing works.