Loading Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

Find Events

Events Views Navigation

Events Search

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Annual Southington Apple Harvest Festival Downtown Southington

October 4 - October 13

The Southington Apple Harvest Festival will be held on October 4-6 and October 11-13 in Downtown Southington on the Southington Town Green.

The award-winning, hometown event is one of the biggest festivals in New England, the 51st annual Southington Apple Harvest Festival takes place over two weekends with free admission, entertainment and parking. Six days of festival highlights include fireworks, parade, carnival, contests, 5K Fun Run, live entertainment, original crafts and delicious food. All during the height of New England’s spectacular Fall foliage.

Situated around the beautiful Southington Town Green, the Apple Harvest Festival is a family-oriented event which attracts an estimated 100,000 visitors annually. Over the course of two weekends each autumn, the festival offers a wide variety of live music & entertainment, food, contests, crafts, children’s activities, carnival rides, and more.

Also highlighted each year is our parade, the Arts & Crafts Show, and a spectacular evening fireworks display.



October 4
October 13
Events Category:
Click for Event Website »


Downtown Southington
75 Main Street
Southington, CT United States
+ Google Map

If you are looking for “things to do in Connecticut this weekend” we have you covered. Sign to get our Free Weekly Event Newsletter to help you plan your weekend. Kids and Family events abound in every town in Connecticut. Interested in a friendly game of cards, a bike ride, or a hiking event? How about a 4K run, a Halloween party, or Christmas event. Connecticut is filled with lots to do. You just need to know where to find something fun to do in Connecticut. Look through our events calendar or type a keyword in the box to find a type of event. Click on the events categories in the menu to find even more fun events and you will never be bored in Connecticut.