Fall in Martin County means two things: cooler weather and festivals. Lots of ‘em! With the first day of fall fast approaching, we decided to pull together a list of the seven must-attend festivals for the autumn season.
70th Indiantown Rodeo
Giddy up cowboys and cowgirls because the Indiantown Rodeo returns to Timer Powers Park October 13 – 14. This popular annual event includes bareback and saddle bronco riding, barrels, steer wrestling, team roping and more.
Annual Stuart Fall Craft Festival
It’s never too early to start Christmas shopping and the annual Stuart Fall Craft Festival, happening October 21 – 22, is the perfect place to get a head start on your holiday gift list. Stroll through a slew of stalls selling everything from sculpture to jewelry to paintings and/or pop into any of the 70+ shops and restaurants located in this quaint downtown district.
9th Annual Palm City Fall Fest
Celebrate the coastal community of Palm City at this annual event on October 28. Located in Citrus Grove Community Park, the Palm City Fall Fest is completely free and open to the public. The event includes a car show, parade, arts and crafts, food and much more.
19th Annual Hobgoblins on Main Street Costume Parade and Family Festival
Don’t let the event name spook you – this much-loved festival is extremely family-friendly! Featuring a children’s Halloween costume parade and merchant trick-or-treating, this event will bring the magic of the season to downtown Stuart on October 28.
Stuart Air Show
Get ready for three days full of thrilling performances during the Stuart Air Show. Happening November 3 – 5 at Witham Field in Stuart, this show will feature an exciting array of stunt flyers as well as static displays of aircrafts and vehicles.
On November 9, the downtown area of Stuart will host a giant open house walking tour of over 30 great shops. The event will feature live music, free snacks and the chance to win a $500 shopping spree!
30th Annual Jensen Beach Pineapple Festival
One of the largest festivals in the region and one of the few remaining street festivals in South Florida, the Jensen Beach Pineapple Festival is truly iconic. With an illustrious 27-year history, the festival will return to the streets of Jensen Beach November 17 – 19.