The Windsor Harvest Festival kicks off its 99th year over Labor Day weekend. This year, the Harvest Festival theme is Big Ol’ Block Party, welcoming everyone to the fun scheduled Saturday, September 4 through Monday, September 6.
“Last year, in-person festivities were paused and shifted to online celebrations. We are excited to safely bring our residents and neighboring communities together for our most popular festival,” said Lexie Spykstra, recreation coordinator for the Town of Windsor. “We expect Harvest Fest to attract over 30,000 people over the three-day weekend”
Town of Windsor staff The Harvest Festival Committee members are prepared to host over 150 vendors, more than 30 activities across various locations in town, including Boardwalk Park, Eastman Park, and Main Park, weather permitting.
“With COVID restrictions receding and festivities being allowed to moved forward, we are expecting more than the usual crowd,” said Casey Johnson, Chairman of Windsor Harvest Festival. “This is Northern Colorado’s largest three-day festival with the goal to bring our residents and neighboring communities together. The added bonus is the contribution and positive impact it will have on our small businesses and local economy. This year, we are estimating traffic to contribute nearly $500K to our local economy.”
Attendees can expect morning hot-air balloons launches, a fireworks display, over 150 vendor booths on Sunday and Monday, and so much more! Between the parade, live music, farmers market, pancake breakfast, Cruise-In Car Show, and beer garden, there will be plenty of activities at the Windsor Harvest Festival to keep the fun going all weekend long.
For the complete schedule of the three-day Windsor Harvest Festival, visit www.windsorharvestfest.com or join our social media accounts (@windsorprc) for reminders the day events are scheduled.