18th Annual Pumpkin Fest Set for Saturday, November 6, 2021
Marin Tomlin, 704-878-3436, [email protected]
Downtown Statesville Development Corporation
Shannon Viera, 704-873-2892,[email protected]
Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce
Statesville, NC-- Join us in Downtown Statesville on Saturday, November 6 for the 18th Annual Statesville Pumpkin Fest. From 10 am to 5 pm, the streets will be bustling with people and Downtown will be filled with live music, arts and crafts, great food, shopping, children’s activities, and much more.
We are excited to unveil a new layout to enhance your Pumpkin Fest experience. We’ve worked to attract some new vendors that we can’t wait for you to visit along with some old favorites that will be back. The festival layout changes include: the Main Stage will be on S. Center Street; you will find kids performing on N. Meeting Street at the Community Stage; the Corks, Taps & Barrels Garden can be found near the square on N. Center Street; the Kids Zone has shifted to E. Broad Street and the Classic Car Cruise-In will be found on W. Broad Street.
Event organizers have worked hard to pull this year’s festival together and will be hosting a variety of music and entertainment including Carolina Ridgeline, American Holler, and Red Dirt Revival on S. Center St. at the Main Stage, hosted by WAME Real Country 92.9 & 550. Numerous other performances will happen throughout the day including demonstrations of dance, gymnastics, and martial arts on the Community Stage located on N. Meeting St. (see schedule below).
Kids will be entertained all day long in the Kids’ Zone (on E. Broad St.), which will offer a variety of inflatables! All-day wristbands or individual tickets for the Kids’ Zone will be available for purchase at the festival.
For the adults, the Corks, Taps & Barrels Garden (on N. Center St.) will feature domestic beer and wine, special cocktails by Southern Distilling Co., and craft beer from our local breweries, Fourth Creek Brewing Co. and Red Buffalo Brewing Co. Patriot Axe Throwing will be on-site with their mobile axe throwing lanes and Statesville Recreation and Parks will have corn hole boards for festival goers enjoyment.
Come join us for the Classic Car Cruise-In,presented as part of the 18th Annual Statesville Pumpkin Fest. W. Broad St. will transform into a large parking lot of classic cars (1994 and older).All classic cars must enter from the intersection of Front Street and S. Meeting Street and you will be directed from there. For more information about the Cruise-In, contact Chuck Goode at 704-929-8150.
Downtown restaurants and stores will also be open throughout the day. Admission to the festival is free, although some of the activities will charge a fee. The event will take place rain or shine.
The Statesville Pumpkin Fest is produced by Downtown Statesville (DSDC) and the Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce, and sponsored by Connect Iredell, City of Statesville, Kewaunee Scientific Corporation, Southern Distilling Company, Home Paramount Pest Control, WAME Radio - Real Country 92.9, Statesville Country Club, blueharbor bank and All-American Stage, Sound and Lights.
Main Stage - Hosted by WAME Real Country 92.9 & 550:
10:15- 11:45 am – Carolina Ridgeline
12:15- 1:30 pm – American Holler
2:00 - 5:00 pm – Red Dirt Revival
10:00 am - Betty's School of Dance
11:00 am - Centre Ballet
11:30 am - Tilley's Dance Academy
12:00 pm - In His Steps Dance
12:30 pm - Statesville Dance and Performing Arts
1:00 pm - SHS Dance Department
1:30 pm - Phoenix Martial Arts
2:00 pm - ACROFITNESS
2:30 pm - Carolina Dogwood Festival
3:00 pm - Be You Inspired Dance Academy
3:30 pm - Thai Kickboxing Organization-TKO