There is so much entertainment, you'll be hard pressed to catch it all. As the kids whirl about on the rides to flashing lights and lively music, parents can sample light-as-air cotton candy or cooling snow cones. The festival proves to be a shopper's delight with everything from handmade crafts to homegrown fruits & vegetables.
The event can be traced back to 1934, with ties to the Clay County 4-H and to William Jewell Colleges' Homecoming events. Many class reunions and get-togethers are centered around the festival, which is held on the fourth full weekend of September each year.
The Liberty Fall Festival is brought to you by the Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce.
Friday, Sept. 27th 11am - 9pm; all areas open
Saturday, Sept. 28th 9am - 9pm; all areas open
Sunday, Sept. 29th Noon - 4pm; carnival and adjacent areas only
Arts & Crafts
The festival features 175 quality Arts and Crafts booths including original designs in a variety of art such as: textiles, wearable art, hand-crafted ceramics, decorative and functional wood, jewelry, leather, photography, paintings, drawings, prints, and metal work.
The Carnival will open at 5pm on Friday, September 27th. Cost: 32 tickets for $25 or $1 each. Wristbands will be available for $20 on Sunday only from Noon-4pm. The carnival is located in the parking lot at the intersection of Kansas & Missouri.
Tasty food and beverages are sold throughout the festival to benefit local non-profit groups so enjoy the food and support a cause.
Parking at the Festival is free to the public and there are several public parking lots in the area and on-street parking is allowed. Limited handicapped parking is available.
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