Visit the 2024 Falls Harvest Festival!

Saturday, October 5, 2024 from 12pm to 7:30 pm

Enjoy a family friendly, day-long celebration of the harvest in the Finger Lakes presented by Watkins Glen Promotions!

Join us in celebrating the 17th annual Falls Harvest Festival located in beautiful and historic Montour Falls, New York. This exciting event will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2024, from 12:00-7:30 pm on Main Street in Montour Falls.

Guests will experience a fun-filled day featuring an incredible line-up of live entertainment and a variety of unique local craft and food vendors. End the evening with a community bonfire and spectacular fireworks display cascading over the 156-foot Shequaga Falls located in the center of the Village of Montour Falls’ in the historic district, the Glorious “T.”

ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

The Current Schedule is As Follows (will be updated)

12pm:

12pm-1pm:

12:30pm:

1pm-2pm:

2pm-3pm:

2:30pm:

3pm-4pm:

4pm-7pm: Right Turn Clyde

4:30pm:

7:15pm: Fireworks over SheQuaGa Falls

Located in Beautiful Downtown Montour Falls

VENDOR MAP AND LISTING

Come back in October to check out the updated map!

Interested in Joining us as a Vendor?

Click here to access the 2024 Falls Harvest Festival Vendor Application: 2024 Vendor Application

Spaces WILL sell out, so sign up early!

 

This form is required along with insurance, a health permit (if applicable), tax certificate, and payment. A booth will not be accepted without handing in all items required.

A Thank You to our Community Sponsors

We appreciate all of our sponsors that will help make 2023’s festival one to remember!

The Falls Harvest Festival Committee is made up entirely of volunteers, and the event would not be possible without the help from our generous sponsors.

 

This festival is made possible through the tourism assistance grant program of the Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce as the Tourism Promotion Agency of Schuyler County.

This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State
Legislature and administered by The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes.