Abita Springs, LA

Upcoming Abita Fall Fest on November

Jean-Baptiste Dickens

ABITA SPRINGS, LA - The Annual Abita Fall Fest will be held on November 6, 2021, from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. the festival takes place at Abita Springs Trailhead. The event is created to celebrate and display Abita Springs’ rich heritage. Aside from that, the festival’s purpose is to educate and attract visitors.

Abita Spring is a town in the Northshore and part of St. Tammany Parish. The town is notable for both the natural beauty and the friendly locals. The hand-carved town entrance and local farmers’ market make Abita Springs one of the old towns.

Take your whole family to this event and enjoy the various activities they offer. Two stages are provided for the musicians to entertain all guests. You can have fun at the interactive circles, from photo booths to drawing caricatures are offered here. The little ones can get creative at the kid zone or the harvest match-up.

To purchase the ticket, you can visit the website https://www.abitafallfest.com/tickets or go directly to the Abita Brew Pub. For the general admission fee, you have to pay $20. Children from the age of three to 10 must pay $15 each. If you purchase the ticket on the day of the event, the price will be $25. Children under the age of two can enter for free. The tickets cannot be refunded.

A wristband is required for all guests to enter the festival. Re-entry is allowed if you are still wearing the wristband. Guests are encouraged to bring folding chairs, strollers, and blankets. Umbrellas, pets, food and drinks from outside, and ice chests are not allowed at the venue.

For more information, contact Nikki Smith Pilie, the Abita Fall Fest Coordinator, at nikki@abitafallfest.com, or the Partnerships and Community Engagement Karen Moses at karen@abitafallfest.com.

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