Festivals

Southern Vermont's Deerfield Valley is home to some of the best festivals in New England all year long. Our festivals cater to the Lifestyle of foodies, concert lovers, families and art lovers. Our signature events Deerfield Valley Blueberry Festival, and Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival have garnered top honors in the annual top 10 events in Vermont competition.

Mount Snow Resort hosts truly epic festivals, including Tough Mudder, Brewer's Festival on Labor Day Weekend and Oktoberfest on Columbus Day Weekend. Most people may know Vermont for snow sports and winter wonderlands. Visit us in the spring, summer and fall to see where we really shine.

Friday • June 1, 2018 - Sunday • June 3, 2018

Strolling of the Heifers Parade 2018

A weekend of fun and education for the whole family, built around the world-famous, agriculturally-themed Strolling of the Heifers Parade.

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Saturday • July 28, 2018

10th Annual Blueberry Festival Parade

10th Annual Blueberry Festival Parade featuring local floats and marching bands

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Saturday • July 28, 2018

Blueberry Bash 2018

Join us for our Blueberry Fest celebration at the base of Mount Snow featuring BBQ, beer, free live music, some of your favorite backyard games, and a blueberry eating contest with some incredible prizes.

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Saturday • September 1, 2018 - Sunday • September 2, 2018

24th Annual Mount Snow Brewers Festival

The renowned celebration of beer, music and food celebrates its 24th anniversary Labor Day weekend much to the delight of visitors that have made it their annual tradition.

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Friday • September 21, 2018

Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival Wine Stroll and Soup Contest

Enjoy the historic village of Wilmington, VT and the fantastic soups crafted by our valley chefs

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Saturday • September 22, 2018

Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival Grand Tasting

There will be over 70 vendors, including 20+ Vermont wineries & distilleries to enjoy!

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Sunday • September 23, 2018

8th Annual Vermont Wildlife Festival

Produced by the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum. Live animal exhibits, interactive displays, animal educators and over 20 additional booths.

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