On Saturday, October 23rd, the City of North Charleston will host the 8th Annual Harvest Festival featuring live music, an artist market, costume contests, trick-or-treat on the street, a pop-up pumpkin patch, children’s activities, and more. The fall festivities will take place in the Olde Village of North Charleston, located on East Montague Avenue near Park Circle from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Admission and parking are free. East Montague Avenue will close to vehicular traffic from Jenkins Avenue to Virginia Avenue at 2 pm and remain closed for the duration of the event.
The celebration includes live music by vintage pop rock n’ roll band Rock«Pop«Cult. The Kid’s Zone offers craft activities, carnival games, balloon twisting, roving entertainers, rides, and more. An artist market featuring local artists, crafters, and makers will line two blocks of East Montague Avenue, along with a few festive treat vendors. In addition, many of the restaurants in the Olde Village will offer food and drink specials.
Other highlights include trick-or-treating on the street with free treat bags for kids age 12 and under (4 pm – 6 pm, while supplies last); a pop-up pumpkin patch with on-site decorating stations (cash only – prices of pumpkins vary); a mechanical bull, photo booths, and costume contests with categories for youth, groups, and pets. The contests are free to enter and prizes will be furnished by the City of North Charleston Recreation Department, the Park Circle Business Collective, and Park Pets. Participants for all contests should be prepared to line up for judging at 5:45 pm for the contests to begin at 6 pm.
The annual Harvest Festival is a rain or shine event produced by the City of North Charleston in collaboration with the Park Circle Business Collective. For information on additional programs and events, visit the Arts & Culture section of the City’s website at www.northcharleston.org.
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