Bolingbrook Jubilee 2013 Festival will be August 16-18, 2013 and is always the 3rd weekend in August. The festival will have live bands, bingo, carnival and rides, craft show and a car show, bags tournament and also a small business expo. Don’t miss the Bolingbrook Jubilee festival in Bolingbrook, Illinois.
August 16, 17, & 18 (always the third weekend in August)
Bolingbrook Jubilee 2013 Festival Town Center 375 W. Briarcliff Road Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440
What to look forward to…
- Live Bands on the Performing Arts Stage
- Food Vendors
- Traditional Carnival and Amusement Rides
- Jaycess Bingo
- Craft Show
- Car Show
- Small Business Expo
- Bags Tournament
End of Summer Festival featuring food, music and much more…
Festival Hours of operation will be:
Live Bands will perform on the Village of Bolingbrook’s state of the art Performing Arts Stage and seating is providing on the pavement in front of the stage or on our large three story hill.
The Jaycees will be sponsoring the traditional carnival in the front of Town Center and their Bingo tent on all three days on the grounds behind Town Center.
The Jubilee Craft Show will be open on Sunday from noon until 6:00 pm. Click the link on the right for further information and event application.
The Jubilee’s classic car show – Summer Cruze 2013 – will be Saturday and start at 10:00am and close at approximately 3:00 pm. Click the Car Show Link on the right for more information and flyer of the event.
Friday, August 16 – 6:00 – 11:00 pm
Saturday, August 17 – Noon – 11:00 pm
Sunday, August 18 – Noon – 10:00 pm
The Bolingbrook Jubilee Bags Tourney will be on Saturday, August 17th, sign up at 11am, click the link on the right for more information!
There will be several activities just for the kids and more fun events are being added every day, so stop by in August and join us for a fun weekend!
The Bolingbrook Jubilee started in 1990, the Jubilee began as an expanded version of The Village of Bolingbrook’s Pathways Parade and Fest, in celebration of the Village’s 25th year ofincorporation. Several years later, the Pathways Parade moved to September and the Jubilee became a stand-alone event.