2018 Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival

2018 Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival

You are invited to the upcoming 2018 Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival on October 27th & 28th. The festival hours of operation are 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM on Saturday, October 27th and Noon – 5:00 PM on Sunday, October 28th.

The Jonquil Festival has a history of over 20 years and will feature over 175 hand-made arts & crafts booths, local non-profit booths, live music, festival food and children’s activities. Artisans are from all over the southeast and feature their own hand made crafts, paintings, clothing, furniture, jewelry and much more.

Things kick off for the festivities with a Smyrna Police Annual Kids Halloween Parade with registration at 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and a parade starting at 9:00 a.m.

The 2018 Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival is held on the beautiful Village Green in downtown Smyrna, Georgia next to the fabulous Market Village.

2018 Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival Highlights:

  • Food–pizza, cotton candy, candy apples, corn dogs, hand-dipped ice cream, snow cones, polish sausage, chicken sandwiches, BBQ and more.
  • Fun stuff for the kids – interactive inflatable activities, sand art, costume contest and a children’s costume parade for the kids Saturday morning at 9 am.
  • Children’s Halloween Costume Parade – Saturday Oct. 27 at 9 am. FREE. Prize for best costume in three age groups.
  • Friends of the Smyrna Library book sale
  • Keep Smyrna Beautiful jonquil bulbs sale
  • Smooth Sounds of Scott Thompson – J. Scott Thompson has played with or opened for legendary artists such as Steve Cropper, Leon Russell, Jimmy Hall and Charlie Daniels just to name a few. He will be performing on the Veteran’s Memorial lawn, adjacent to the fall Jonquil Food Court, both Saturday and Sunday.

Admission is FREE.

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