Tomato Festival

Join us for Richard’s Fruit Market’s second Tomato Festival!

Come enjoy a day at the farm with live music, great farm food, barrel train rides, pick-your-own flowers, wine and craft beer tasting, and of course, lots of tomatoes!

Free admission.

Core of the Community Festival: Concern Hotline Fish Fry

On Friday September 3rd, Concern Hotline will bring you the newest WIDE OPEN Fish Fry to date! Some changes will be made, most importantly the location (now at the Frederick County Fairgrounds) and the partnerships.  We will be partnering on this Labor Day Weekend celebration with the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival®, as we team to bring you the BEST our community has to offer!

Concern will again offer our now famous Fish Fry, with all the fixings you have come to expect, along with our Drive-thru options for those of you unable to sit and stay a while. JUNKFOOD will be performing on the Concern Fish Fry stage, bringing their energy and great music for your enjoyment.

Concern Hotline Fish Fry tickets are $25 at the door, and $20 in advance. As always, kids under 10 will be admitted free of charge. Tickets will be available after June 30th. Please visit our EVENTBRITE location for more details and to purchase your tickets.

Frederick County Fair

5 days of fun! The Frederick County Fair has carnival rides, food, a demolition derby, monster trucks, go-kart racing, a truck and tractor pull, pageants, livestock show, petting zoo, live music, and so much more!


Fair Tuesday through Fair Saturday:

Adults (12 and older) – $7.00 Ages 6 to 11 – $3.00 5 & Under – Free

$20.00 weekly – Adult $10.00 weekly – Children

Weekly tickets available at Main Gate all week.

Tuesday Night- Monster Trucks
Wednesday Night- Truck and Tractor Pulls
Thursday Night- Truck and Tractor Pulls
Friday Night- Demolition Derby
Saturday Night- Demolition Derby

Stonewall Ruritain will be serving chicken dinners each night starting at 6:00 pm till sold out.

Strawberry Festival

Come out for West Oaks Farm Market’s Strawberry Festival! Fun for the whole family.

If you are a strawberry lover, you DO NOT want to miss out!

Pick-your-own Strawberries
LIVE MUSIC feat. Blackjack Band and Trainwreck
Tractor Bounce House
Food Vendors
Hand-Dipped and Hand-Rolled Ice Cream
Kettle Korn
Hylton Clark Bear Mtn Garden BBQ Chicken Dinners

Strawberry wine, hard cider, and more!
Delicious strawberry treats!

It will be a strawberry filled day, mark your calendar now!

Peak Leaf Music and Brewers Festival

Join us on Saturday, October 19th, 2019 for a day of live music, local brews, local merchants, and local food trucks; all for a great cause.

This one-day event featuring LIVE music by Folk Soul Revival (Bristol, VA), The Dirty Grass Players (Baltimore, MD), The Plate Scrapers (Hagerstown, MD), The Fly Birds (Winchester, VA), and Justin Garber (Longmont, CO), will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Frederick County school system for student meals.

Artists, merchants, and food trucks will be on site for a full day of celebrating everything LOCAL!

The festival is located at the corner of State Route 634 (Cougill Rd) and Route 11 (Valley Pike) on the north side of Middletown, VA. Day parking opens at 10:30 AM.
The festival field will open at 11:00 AM, with live music from 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM.
With the purchase of your ticket, you will receive a Peak Leaf tasting glass to sample beers from 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM. After 3:00 PM, beers are available for purchase.

Early Bird Tickets are $35

Children under 12 are FREE!

Tickets can be purchased through the Peak Leaf Music & Brewers Festival website at


West Oaks Fall Festival

Come celebrate fall at the best festival of the year, the Fall Festival!

There will be all kinds of activities like the Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Hayrides, Apple Cannon, Bounce House, Face Painting, and more.

Live Music out in the courtyard featuring TRAINWRECK from 1-5pm. If you saw them at our August Festival, you know you won’t want to miss out! It is sure to be a great time!

So much fun for the entire family!

Wine/Beer/Hard Cider samples and sales will be available in the Market Cafe Bar.


Free admission into the festival, everything inside is sold individually.


Winchester Arts & Music Festival

Interested in healing through art, music and movies? Positive artistic experiences? Good quality time?

Join us for the 2019 Winchester Arts & Music Festival. The festival will include art exhibitions, musical performances, seminars, and more.

Admission is FREE.

It will take place over several venues:

Fellowship of the Sip (33 South Loudoun Street, Winchester VA 22601)
Handley Regional Library – Robinson Auditorium and Benham Gallery (100 West Piccadilly Street, Winchester VA 22601)
Godfrey Miller Fellowship Center – Woltz Pavilion (28 South Loudoun Street, Winchester VA 22601)
Grace Lutheran Evangelical Church (26 West Boscawen Street, Winchester VA 22601)

For more details, download the festival brochure here.

Watermelon Park Fest

The 16th annual Watermelon Park Fest celebrates 75 years of music at the Park featuring Grammy award winners Sam Bush, The Infamous Stringdusters, The Travelin’ McCoury’s and many more.

The sixteenth annual Watermelon Park Fest will take place September 19 through 22, 2019 at Watermelon Park in Berryville, VA. The weekend will include performances by Grammy award winners Sam Bush, the Infamous Stringdusters and the Traveling McCourys, as well as The Tim O’Brien Band, Sierra Hull, The Dead South, Larry Keel, local favorites Furnace Mountain, the Woodshedders and many many more. A full listing of bands can be found on the web at

Located on the banks of the Shenandoah River, Watermelon Park has been the home of Shepherd’s Ford Productions events for sixteen years, with the inaugural Watermelon Park Fest in 2004. In addition to the performances, the festival also offers a variety of workshops, as well as activities for children. Festival goers may also enter one of three contests: the Eastman Mandolin Pickin’ Contest, the Fairbuilt Guitar Pickin’ Contest, or the $1000 Band Contest.

Tickets from $70- $160 and can be purchased at or at the event. More information on the event, including a schedule for the weekend, can be found at or by calling 540-955-1621.


Sweet Corn Festival

Come on out for the Sweet Corn Festival Saturday, July 27th!

We will be open at 6am for breakfast then the festival begins at 9!

Sneak peak early admission for this year’s Corn Maze!

Live Music 11am – 5pm in the Courtyard
11am: Chris and Whitney Gray
2pm: Jeff Fuss

Once again offering Hylton Clark Bear Garden Mountain BBQ Chicken Dinners!

Hayrides – Bounce House – Apple Canon – Lots of Additional Kids Activities – Kettle Korn – Fresh Squeezed Lemonade

Wine Tastings – Beer Tastings – Street Corn – Lots of Samples inside!

Its going to be a great day filled with Corn!

1455 Literary Festival

The 1455 Summer Literary Festival is a celebration of writers, readers, creativity, and community, over three days in July.

1455’s first Summer Literary Festival will take place on July 18-20 in downtown Winchester. The primary programming will be at the Bright Box Theater located on the historic walking mall, with other events at Winchester Brew Works, the Winchester Book Gallery, and Shenandoah University.

The event includes panel discussions, poetry reading, opportunities to meet authors, and network with writers.

1455 is a nonprofit organization seeking to advance the appreciation of and passion for the literary arts through programs that support expression, education, and the sharing of writing and literature.