Statesville, NC

Highlights of the Statesville Pumpkin Fest

Jerome Quentzel

STATESVILLE, NC - Statesville Pumpkin Fest is a community fall event offering food, music, arts & crafts, a kids zone, pumpkin smashing games, and other entertainment in Downtown Statesville this November. Check out these festival highlights:

1. Live Entertainment

There will be three stages at the festival featuring various music and entertainment by WAME Real Country 92.9 & 550. Other performances will happen on different stages all day long. Some familiar names are The Misty River Band, Bizzell & Campbell, and The Horsemen. Local communities will also perform on stage like the Statesville YMCA Dance Academy and FAMIS.

2. Field of Games presented by Statesville Recreation

Various entertainment will be held at the Pumpkin Fest grassy area of Broad Street, near West Broad Street and Kelly Streets. Participants can enjoy free games such as Cornhole, Spikeball, Disc Golf putting station, Crossnet, Kan Jam, Polish Horseshoes, and many other.

3. Pumpkin Fest Classic Car Cruise-In

Classic Cars from the 90s returned to Downtown Statesville as part of the annual Pumpkin Fest. The cars will gather at S. Meeting Street from 9.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. and start moving onto Court Street which will be converted into a large parking lot.

4. Kid's Zone and Food Booths

Parents can bring their children to the Kid's Zone for a fun and safe experience featuring slides, obstacle courses, moon bounce, and other fun rides. Food booths are also available throughout the area which serves BBQ, Buffalo Wings, Sausages, Hot Dogs, Pizza, Fried Apple Pies, and more. There will also be Pumpkin-related activities such as pumpkin bowling, pumpkin smashing, and pumpkin painting.

Keep an eye on their website for the latest information on the festival.

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