This Arts and Crafts event has a reputation 10+ years strong and is located in the heart of the High Country of North Carolina which attracts thousands of visitors seasonally. These events are often coupled with local or on-site entertainment that attract seasonal residents and visitors alike.
The Arts Council Fayetteville/Cumberland County is the only agency authorized to offer vendor positions. Longest continuously running festival in Fayetteville now in the 39th year. Approximately 30 countries gather for a festival celebrating the cultural diversity of Fayetteville. International Cafe and Parade of Nations. Our unique world as one!
Leicester, NC, September 29, 2017–Andrew Scotchie presents Asheville BARNAROO for the 5th year at Franny's Farm in Leicester, NC September 29- October 1 featuring non-stop music over 33 acres and 3 days. Feat. Southern Culture on the Skids, Holy Ghost Tent Revival, Pierce Edens and many more. Benefiting the Asheville Music School.
Claremont Daze 10/06 to 10/07 2017 City Hall & Main Street
The main stage will feature live music from a variety of bands playing a mix of gospel, country, bluegrass, and top 40 music. The festival also includes a wide variety of food vendors, beer garden, kids' rides and activities, business booths, crafts and much more! The only cost is for purchases of food, drinks and rides. Come be a part of the FUN!
Fall LEAF Festival 10/19 to 10/22 2017 Camp Rockmont / Lake Eden Events
- Black Mountain,
For over 20 years, LEAF Festival has grown into an epicenter of music, art, creativity, and culture for thousands of families across America. Resting within 200 acres of beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain country, LEAF Festival features 6 performance stages, 8 family adventure villages, over 100 vendors, over 400 performing artists, and dozens of interactive activity centers awaiting your exploration!
Christmas Made in the South is focused on keeping the world of fine artisans and craftspeople vibrant. Exhibitors will be there all three days demonstrating and selling their handcrafted works, Santa's elves hard at work.
Vintage Fan Fair 11/10 to 11/11 2017 North Carolina State Fairgrounds-Holshauser Bldg
The show for Celebrating Nostalgia™.
Retro . Mod . Antique . Rustic .
Upcycled . As-found . Authentic .
Be immersed in all things vintage from products to services, even tourist attractions and hobby clubs. We will celebrate it all.
All eras . All styles . All in one place
Arts at the Mill 11/10 to 11/12 2017 Historic Downtown Burlington Mill
A three-day indoor national fine arts festival at the historic Mill in Mooresville, NC, allowing nationally selected artists to display and sell original art. This festival is a collaborative effort between Concord Properties, Inc. and Mooresville Arts, both located in Downtown Mooresville, NC. The festival will be in conjunction with the travel exhibit for the American Watercolor Society's 150th Anniversary Exhibit, on display at the MA Gallery.
'Tis the Season Holiday Fair is a festive shopping event featuring fabulous art, crafts, adornments for the home as well as delectable holiday food and NC wines. Tis the Season Holiday Fair will be November 17-19, 2017 at the WNC Ag Center in the Davis Event Center located near beautiful Asheville, NC.
The Arts Council Fayetteville/Cumberland County is only agency authorized to offer vendor positions. Fayetteville is magically transformed to the Victorian era. Costumed re-enactors stroll Hay Street; Scrooge and the Ghost of Marley; caroling; townspeople in Victorian costume; Gingerbread House Contest; horse-drawn carriages; Father Christmas. Truly an inspirational event! Come share the magic!
The 21st Annual Sandhills Children's Center Festival of Trees is sure to delight the young and the young-at-heart. Join us at The Carolina Hotel in Pinehurst as we turn The Carolina Hall into a sparkling winter wonderland! You won't believe your eyes as you stroll down the aisles featuring over 100 trees of various sizes all decked out in their holiday finery. Vendor spaces available for the Festival Marketplace on Sunday, December 3.