Ohio Festivals 2023, 2024 - Fairs, Craft Shows, Music Festivals in Ohio

Ohio Bacon Fest 2023

Ohio Bacon Fest

September, 2023

Columbus Commons, 160 S High St Columbus, Columbus, Ohio

Cleveland Taco Festival 2023

Cleveland Taco Festival

September, 2023

JACK Thistledown Racino, North Randall, Ohio

Ubahn Fest 2023

Ubahn Fest

September, 2023

Riverfront Transit Center, 220 Central Ave Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

St. George Russian Festival 2023

St. George Russian Festival

September, 2023

St. George Russian Orthodox Church, 118 N Lebanon Rd Loveland, Loveland, Ohio

Skunk Haven SkunkFest 2023

Skunk Haven SkunkFest

September, 2023

South Central Park, 7565 Avon Belden Rd Ridgeville, Ridgeville, Ohio

Simon Kenton Chili Festival 2023

Simon Kenton Chili Festival

September, 2023

Monument Square District, 1 Monument Square Urbana, Urbana, Ohio

Rockin'-R-Ranch Old West Pumpkin Fest 2023

Rockin'-R-Ranch Old West Pumpkin Fest

September, 2023

Rockin R Ranch, 19066 E River Rd Columbia Station, Columbia Station, Ohio

Power 107.5 Powerfest 2023

Power 107.5 Powerfest

September, 2023

EXPRESS LIVE!, 405 Neil Ave Columbus, Columbus, Ohio

Nash 94.1 FM Old West Festival 2023

Nash 94.1 FM Old West Festival

September, 2023

Old West Festival Grounds, 1449 Greenbush Cobb Rd Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Ohio

Lost Lands Music Festival 2023

Lost Lands Music Festival

September, 2023

Legend Valley Concert Venue, 7585 Kindle Rd Thornville, Thornville, Ohio

Heritage Farms Pumpkin Pandemonium 2023

Heritage Farms Pumpkin Pandemonium

September, 2023

Heritage Farms, 6050 Riverview Rd Peninsula, Peninsula, Ohio

Driving Park Family Fun Day 2023

Driving Park Family Fun Day

September, 2023

Rickenbacker Woods Foundation Learning Center, 1330 E Livingston Ave Columbus, Columbus, Ohio

David Shaw's Big River Get Down 2023

David Shaw's Big River Get Down

September, 2023

RiversEdge at Marcum Park, 116 Dayton St Hamilton, Hamilton, Ohio

Cincinnati Jazz & BBQ Festival 2023

Cincinnati Jazz & BBQ Festival

September, 2023

Madisonville at Madison & Whetsel, Madison Rd & Whetsel Ave Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic 2023

Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic

September, 2023

Yeatman's Cove, 705 E Pete Rose Way Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati Comic Expo 2023

Cincinnati Comic Expo

September, 2023

Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Bowling Green Black Swamp Arts Festival 2023

Bowling Green Black Swamp Arts Festival

September, 2023

Multiple Locations in Bowling Green, Bowling Green, Bowling Green, Ohio

Kent Creativity Fstival 2023

Kent Creativity Fstival

September, 2023

Kent State University Esplanade, Kent, Ohio

Cleveland's Taco Festival 2023

Cleveland's Taco Festival

September, 2023

Jack Thisledown Racino, North Randall, Ohio

Vinoklet Art and Wine Festival 2023

Vinoklet Art and Wine Festival

September, 2023

Vinoklet Winery, 45252, Ohio

Soul Shine Blues Festival 2023

Soul Shine Blues Festival

September, 2023

Meadowbrook Park Ballroom, 5430 W Tiffin St Bascom, Bascom, Ohio

Luckey Fall Festival 2023

Luckey Fall Festival

September, 2023

Along Adams Street Between Krotzer Avenue and Gilbert Road, Gilbert Rd & Adams St Exd Luckey, Luckey, Ohio

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral Greek-American Festival 2023

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral Greek-American Festival

September, 2023

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 740 N Superior St Toledo, Toledo, Ohio

Islamic Center of Greater Toledo International Festival 2023

Islamic Center of Greater Toledo International Festival

September, 2023

The Islamic Center of Greater Toledo, 25877 Scheider Rd Perrysburg, Perrysburg, Ohio

Harvest Home Fair 2023

Harvest Home Fair

September, 2023

Harvest Home Park, 3961 N Bend Rd Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

About Festivals, Craft Shows and Fairs in Ohio

Ohio is often considered to be a barren location with little to do, but the Buckeye state is more than just to home to farmland, Mormons and the Amish. It’s a beautiful location with many natural attractions, alongside bustling cities for those who prefer the cosmopolitan side of life. And every year, the state offers a number of interesting and exciting festivals and events.

The 12-day Ohio state fair is a classic offering with a huge range of entertainment and attractions, and entices almost one million visitors each year. The event is packed with live music and entertainment, with loads of big household names – previous artists have included Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kesha and Selena Gomez. There are also interactive and exciting attractions for all ages, such as diving shows, parades, competitions and petting zoos, and lots of food, drinks and fairground rides. It’s a modern take on a traditional event, and the varied program is guaranteed to have something for everyone!

The Columbus Asian Festival honours and celebrates the diverse and varied cultures of regions and countries such as Indonesia, Cambodia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Pakistan, China, Japan and more, and features performances, displays and exhibitions. For two days, over 100,000 visitors explore and experience heritage, history and tradition, and can see, taste and try a range of different sports, foods, arts, crafts and more. If you’ve ever fancied learning about Asia and witnessing, eating or attempting some of the traditions for yourself, then look no further… it’s a flavour of Asia without the long-haul flight! Other cultural festivals in the state offer a slice of life from other corners of the globe, including Germany and Latin America.

Ohio Renaissance Festival is a medieval medley of jousting, juggling, music and mayhem. For almost two months, attendees can live the lives of medieval knights, kings, princesses and paupers. Entertainment at the festival includes fire shows, traditional music, duelling swordsmen, magic, comedy and traditional dance – with a total of over 100 different themed performances. There are also bargains aplenty in the market place, where you can buy the old-fashioned wares of blacksmiths, glass blowers, metalsmiths and others, while hearty medieval food is provided to fill your belly and redden your cheeks.