August 31 - September 03, 2018
Marshall County is home to the annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival, a free admission festival, that is held over Labor Day weekend. Located in Plymouth at the scenic Centennial Park, the festival draws in visitors from all over the country. Visitors will be mesmerized by the festival’s 3 stages of free entertainment, a carnival, a parade, a great car show, as well as a spectacular fireworks show and much more!
Musical entertainment begins on Friday evening and continues through Monday afternoon! There are three different stages that one can enjoy entertainment on, The Amphitheatre Stage, Jefferson School Stage, and the Michigan Street Stage. All entertainment on these stages are free to enjoy and you are bound to find something that captivates you as you enjoy your time at the festival.
On Sunday, stop by the Hoosier Old Wheels Car Show & Swap Meet and enjoy antique cars, hot rods, custom cars and trucks! Gates open at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 2:30 p.m. Admission charge is $2.00 per person and 12 & under is free with an adult! Why leave after the car show? Enjoy festivities at the festival, grab some dinner and grab a seat for the Hot Air Balloon Glow and of course a spectacular fireworks show!
On Monday, grab a seat along the route of the Blueberry Stomp (15k, 5k,& Fun Run) and Blueberry Festival Parade, a hometown favorite event! Along with thousands of spectators, you will enjoy local high school bands, fire trucks, police units, classic cars, antique tractors, National Guard members, local civic groups and many other parade floats that will have you coming back year after year.
All Star Amusement provides the Blueberry Festival with the very best in “Iron in the Sky.” With thrilling rides for all ages the Carnival can truly be a family activity. The carnival runs all weekend long
1660 N Michigan St
Arts and Entertainment, Community, Fairs and Festivals, Food/Beverage
Marshall County, Northern Indiana