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Fall Fest

Second Saturday in September | Downtown New London

On the second Saturday in September, 2022, you are invited to Fall Fest from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. You’ll find a full day of family entertainment, food and fun in downtown New London!

The festival starts off Friday night with the Wheels on Water Street car and cycle cruise on North Water Street from 5 – 9 p.m.  On Saturday, visit up to 200 craft booths, produce and market vendors lining North Water Street and Pearl Street. Stop at the Chamber booth to sample and purchase Wisconsin’s finest cheese and sausage manufactured locally. Enjoy taste-tempting foods from vendors and non-profit groups.

Children can enter the Fun Zone Area all day for free, some rides may include small charge. Families can enjoy bouncy houses, face painting, balloon twisting, a magician and more.  The local FFA organization offers a children’s petting zoo area. The New London Fire Department has fire trucks on display. Enjoy live music and entertainment throughout the day on North Water St.  Please note: Activities are subject to change based on local event guidelines.

There will be lots of fall fun for all ages and admission is FREE
Thank you to our 2022 Host Sponsor
Chamber Champion - Community First Credit Union
Thank you to our 2021 Host Sponsor: Community First Credit Union


Thank you to the following 2021 Major Sponsors:

Festival Foods, First State Bank, New London Utilities, Wohlt Creamery, Real Estate by Jeffrey, Northland Electrical Services, Master Electrical Services, Kwik Trip, Yo DJ Entertainment, ThedaCare, Marilyn Taylor Fund, and New London Press Star/Buyer’s Guide

Tyson Foods
Thank you to the following 2021 Logo Sponsors:

Lynn Tank Agency LLC, Fox Communities Credit Union, Radtke-Rhone Insurance Agency, Cline & Hanson Funeral Home Inc., Wolf River Community Bank, New London Lions Club

► Fall Fest Photos

September 11, 2021
   Photos courtesy of Lisa Bastian

● September 9, 2017
   Photos courtesy of Brianne Krake

● September 10, 2016
   Photos courtesy of Brianne Krake