Fall Festivals in Indianapolis
Celebrate the Changing of the Seasons
As the leaves don their vibrant autumn hues and the scent of pumpkin spice fills the air, Indy awakens with a flurry of fall festivities. We invite you to explore the best of arts and culture, enjoy family-friendly fun, and immerse yourself in the seasonal splendor that graces the heart of Indiana. Read on for our guide to Indy's finest fall festivals.
Special Feature: Circle SPARK Fest
Circle SPARK Fest is a two-day fall festival on October 28 and 29 featuring live music by an amazing array of local musicians, delicious food, artisan vendors, and hands-on creative activities led by Indianapolis artists. Activities include pumpkin carving, making pottery, and lots more. The festival, which runs from 11 am until 6 pm each day, is free to attend. And it takes place at the pop-up park on the southwest quadrant of Monument Circle that has been closed to traffic this summer.
From pumpkins and ghouls to football and family time, fall in Indy is full of festivals celebrating the season. Explore these classic fall-in-Indy experiences for a memorable autumn. At Harvest Nights, your family can experience the magic of the season like never before. Or experience the Indy tradition of the Historic Irvington Halloween Festival. Experience these and other family-friendly festivals that celebrate fall below.