Wichita Fall Festivals – Sept & Oct 2019 KS Events

Kansas State Fair - Hutchinson, KS - Sep 6 to Sep 15, 2019
Midway, carnival rides, car show, antique farm machinery show, exotic animal petting zoo, pig races, motorcycle rally & parade, antique tractor pull, pedal pull championships and more. Since 1873.

Oxford Lion’s Club Watermelon Feed - Oxford, KS - Sep 7 to Sep 7, 2019
Children’s games, parades and a watermelon feed

Walnut Valley Festival - Winfield, KS - Sep 18 to Sep 22, 2019
A music festival with bluegrass and other forms of acoustic music, with 4 stages. Attendance is approximately 15,000 annually. Held on the third weekend in September at the Cowley County Fairgrounds. Since 1972.

Clearwater Fall Festival - Clearwater, KS - Sep 19 to Sep 22, 2019
Enjoy a variety of awesome events including sidewalk chalk drawing, ice cream social, chili feed and more, children’s entertainment, carnival, contests, arts & crafts, parade, food vendors and more! Wristbands (available starting in August) are necessary for some activities.

Goddard Fall Festival - Goddard, KS - Oct 4 to Oct 5, 2019
Car show, live music, rides, vendors, parade, and more.

Rod Run - Hutchinson, KS - Oct 4 to Oct 5, 2019
A classic car show with main street cruise. Hot rods, antique cars, motorcycles and more. You can also enjoy Octoberfest BBQ and craft beer festival, downtown shopping, live entertainment and other fun!

Bethel College Fall Festival - North Newton, KS - Oct 12 to Oct 12, 2019
Each year, Bethel College Fall Festival weekend begins with Taste of Newton downtown on Thursday evening, continues with special events at the college on Friday, peaks with the Fall Festival fair and many activities across campus on Saturday, and ends with worship and the final performance of the Fall Fest stage production on Sunday.

Haysville Fall Festival - Haysville, KS - Oct 18 to Oct 20, 2019
Medallion Hunt (starting October 1st), car show, carnival, food court, parade and other entertainment.

Arkalalah Fall Festival - Arkansas City, KS - Oct 23 to Oct 26, 2019
Annual event. Carnival, parade, street games, food vendors, Queen Alalah and Little Mr. & Miss Arkalalah, and more. Since 1928.