Annual Special Event
Nauvoo Grape Festival
Nauvoo, Illinois

August 30 - September 1, 2019


Location: Nauvoo State Park, IL-96, Nauvoo, IL

Dates: August 30 - September 1, 2019

     Friday: 1 pm - Midnight
     Saturday: 7 am - Midnight
     Sunday: 7 am - Midnight

Description: A Labor Day tradition and one of the oldest festival in West Central Illinois, The Nauvoo Grape Festival has become a well-known attraction in the tri-state area. Festivities at this annual event include live entertainment, great food, Nauvoo Pageant, car show, wine tastings, carnival rides, parade, buck skinners rendezvous, mud volleyball, 5 k run, arts and crafts, flea market, archery, and so much more!

Free, some activities include a fee

For information call 217-453-6648
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