Set for Sunday, November 12, 2017, from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., the Arizona Harvest Fest & Open Air Market will fill the downtown Chandler area with 200 merchants offering a huge selection of products and services including a farmer’s market with local produce and artisan gourmet foods, holiday items, home décor and furnishings, jewelry, clothing, art, home improvements, health and wellness services and products, plus much more. Get your holiday shopping done early!
Featuring live entertainment, Arizona Harvest Fest will offer a cornucopia of recreational fun for all ages. Activities include: pumpkin toss, pumpkin pageant, cornhole, pie eating contest, corn shucking, cake walk and a kid’s zone. For the adults, enjoy the flavors of the season in the beer garden featuring local pumpkin ales and seasonal brews.
All military veteran’s and children under the age of 12 will receive free admission into the event. General admission is $8 online during presale and $10 at the door.
Title Arizona Harvest Fest & Open Air Market
Date Sunday, November 12, 2017
Time 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Dr AJ Chandler Park
178 E Commonwealth Ave
Chandler, AZ 85225
5,000 + throughout the day
$8 online during presale
$10 at the door
• Kids 12 and under will be admitted for free
• All military veteran’s will be admitted for free
$75 ONLY during online presale
Limited tickets available
• VIP admission includes catered food
• A seasonal beer garden passport with 20 beer samples
• Private restrooms, private seating and front stage access
• VIP is for guests 21 and over only
Portion of Proceeds to Benefit:
A percentage of the proceeds from the Arizona Harvest Fest will benefit the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership (DCCP), a 501© 6 nonprofit corporation whose mission is to mobilize leadership and resources to advance the development of downtown Chandler as a regional destination for shopping, dining, living, culture, and the arts. It works on behalf of the Enhanced Municipal Services District, created in 2006, to provide enhanced marketing and promotion, safety and beautification of the downtown area beyond what is done by the City of Chandler. For more information, visit downtownchandler.org.