Delco’s Fantastic Fall Festivals

Mark your calendars, grab your family and friends, and get ready for a fall season filled with festivals, live music, cultural and historical events, community celebrations, and more.  Celebrate it all this season in Delco. 

Linvilla Orchards’ Pumpkinland (September 10 – November 6)

An annual trip to Pumpkinland has been a family tradition for generations of Delaware County residents and visitors. Larger than life figures and scarecrows illustrate the legends and lore of the harvest season, featuring local history and some of the many stories of pumpkins and apples.


Delco Arts Week (October 1-9)

Enjoy a week-long cultural festival that celebrates and showcases the creative artists and vibrant cultural institutions of Delaware County.  With more than 75 events—from concerts, film, and dance, to exhibitions, festivals, theater, kids’ activities and more –  visitors and residents alike will have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of events for people of all ages as Delco artists and performers share their talents and love of the arts.

Haverford Township Historical Society’s Oktoberfest (October 7)

Oktoberfest will take place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Nitre Hall.  The event will feature seasonal beers, German food, and live music.

Fall Into the Arts Festival (October 8)

Darlington Arts Center and Concord Township partner to kick off the fall season with a celebration of local art.  Featuring local arts vendors, musical performances, food and drink, art demonstrations, and more!

Jazz & Art in the Park (October 9)

Presented by the Sharon Hill Arts & Culture Commission, this annual live Jazz and Fine Art Festival features vendors, food, and a children’s pavilion.

Ridley Park Fall Festival (October 9)

Bring your friends and neighbors for a day full of the best in family fun, with live entertainment, car show, craft vendors and delicious food!

Media Fall Festival (October 9)

Downtown Media will be alive with a mix of food, music, artists, crafters and fun!

DELCO Nite Market (October 11)

Inspired by Africa’s and Asia’s lively outdoor markets, this roving, premiere street food festival celebrates up-and-coming neighborhoods and showcases Delco’s diverse entrepreneurial landscape and vibrant art and culture scene.

Garrett Williamson Harvest Festival (October 15)

Activities included in admission tickets, ongoing throughout the event: music, barn tours, garden activities, pumpkin decorating, straw maze, bounce houses, crafts, backyard games, nature hikes, and more!  Hayrides will be available for purchase at Harvest Fest for $5/person and rides will be offered every 10 minutes.Nature Hikes will be offered at 10:30AM, 11:30AM, 12:30PM and 1:30PM.

4th Annual Harvest Festival (October 16)

Presented by GreenHorn Gardens & Kenwood Original, it’s a day of fun for the whole family! Live Music by Whiskey Logic, Beer & Food Garden, Pumpkin Patch, face-painting, pumpkin decorating, flower crowns, yard games and more!


Upper Chichester Community Day (October 16)

Bring your entire family out for a day of fun, food and friendship. This is the perfect time to get to know the people who live around you as well as enjoy the best our community has to offer.

The Great Pumpkin Carve (October 20, 21, & 22)

A three day ‘Chadds Ford tradition’ where over 70 giant pumpkins are carved by local artists on Thursday and will be lit and displayed on Friday & Saturday. All three nights enjoy a ‘kid friendly’ Haunted Trail, raffle prizes, live music, food local craft beer, wine and more!

Providence Animal Center’s Bark in the Park (October 22)

Walk or run in this unique dog-friendly 5K at Rose Tree Park.  After the walk, enjoy a Fall Festival that includes a vaccine & microchipping clinic, dog contests, food trucks pet portraits, local business vendors, tons of raffle baskets, music, arts & crafts and so much more!


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