While you may have heard some buzz about the Mercer County Italian American festival you will want to read some of the facts that make it one of the most loved events in the greatest city in the nation!
Read below for the top 8 reasons you don’t want to miss out on the fun and excitement at this great Named one of New Jerseyâ€™s Top Fall Festivals by CBS New York, the 14th Annual Mercer County Italian American Festival will open on Friday, September 27 and continue through Sunday, September 29. Festival hours are 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm on Friday, 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm on Saturday, and 12:00 noon to 9:30 pm on Sunday.
The Mercer County Italian American Festival features Italian and Italian American music on two stages including the Roma Bank Stage; a Food Piazza with more than 40 vendors including Italian restaurants; a wine and beer garden; amusement rides; children’s activities; bocce; the New Jersey Lottery Fireworks Spectacular on Saturday; Italian Market Tent with contemporary and traditional Italian products; Heritage Pavilion with art and memorabilia; and Cultural Theater with guest speakers and cooking demonstrations.
Admission to the festival is $5.00. Children 12 years of age and under are admitted free compliments of XFINITY, only from Comcast. Convenient, on-site parking is also free. The festival is a rain or shine event with plenty of covered areas for guest comfort. Pets are not permitted. For more information, contact the Mercer County Italian American Festival Association at 609-631-7544 or visit the Festival website at www.ItalianAmericanFestival.com or on Facebook.
Address of Mercer County Italian American festival
Mercer County Park, 1678 Old Trenton Road
West Windsor, New Jersey, 08550
Mercer County Italian American Dates
The Mercer County Italian American festival is a 3 day celebration with events starting on September 27, 2013
Top 8 reasons to go to the Mercer County Italian American festivities
Mercer County Italian American celebration Genre
Estimated attendance: 100000
Top 5 words associated with the fest
- Named one of New Jersey’s Top Fall Festivals by CBS New York
- ciao bella!
Yes – some spots open but vendors are prohibited from sales using the festival name