Southern Festivals in September Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments
As the weather cools off here in the South, we are itching to get outside and enjoy the beauty and fun. Whether it’s family-friendly, camping and live music, or stepping back in time, here are a few Southern Festivals happening in September throughout the South:
Irondale Whistle Stop Festival
September 24, 2016
Twenty-five years in the making, the Whistle Stop Festival in Irondale, Alabama has upwards of 8000 folks enjoying everything from fried green tomatoes to local craft beer. There’s family fun, fireworks, live music, and much, much more. More at irondalewhistlestopfestival.
Flint River Jam
September 15-18, 2016
For eighteen years, folks have been camping, biking, and enjoying the beautiful Flint River in Bainbridge, Georgia. This festival, which raises money for charities, averages 5000 each year. More at www.flintriverjam.com
Enchanted Chalice Renaissance Faire
September 09-10, 2016
Greenville, South Carolina
Ready to step back in time? Then the Enchanted Chalice Renaissance Faire in Greenville, South Carolina is the one for you. Wiith Renaissance Music, Artisans, Fine Food, Crafts, and Exhibitions, this five-year-old festival is full of magical fun. Join 2500 other revelers. More at www.theenchantedchalice.com
What September Festivals are in your neck of the woods you want to let us in on?