Roanoke Fall Festival

The Roanoke Fall Festival has something for everybody including a carnival with kiddie and adult rides, an NTPA-sanctioned tractor pull, a demo derby, plenty of free music ranging from country to classic rock, an exotic animal show, a special Sunday afternoon gospel show, the area's only corn bag toss tournament (singles and doubles), a five mile run/walk, a one mile fun run/walk, a cake auction, a pancake breakfast, a wonderful parade, a farmers' market, balloon illumes, an all-star coaches pitch baseball game, free children's games, a flight simulator from the Air Force Reserve, an antique tractor parade and display, a raffle with great prizes, a ducky run, and excellent festival food to name a few of the things you can do over the course of four days in and around Roanoke. Various local not-for-profit groups and churches participate in the event as their annual fund raiser, so please come out and support your community. For a complete list of events: Roanoke Fall Festival Brochure

Bring your family and friends and come see why the Roanoke Fall Festival is oldest annual festival in Huntington County!

The Roanoke Fall Festival is managed and conducted by volunteers and citizens from the community. The Fall Festival Committee is made up of hard-working, committed volunteers.

In 2008, the Roanoke Public Library had a booth at the Roanoke Fall Festival. Through the booth, the library gained more patrons, was able to share up coming events and news about the library. It was a huge success!
roanoke.jpgOriginal photo of Roanoke, IN taken by Celia Bandelier


The main events take place at the Roanoke Park in Roanoke, IN 46783. The parades goes down Main Street from 6th Street to Vine Street.


Weekend after Labor Day