13 Years and Counting!

The 2018 Indian Land Fall Festival

The Indian Land Fall Festival is the premier event focused on our community and one of the largest gatherings each year in Lancaster County. It features a variety of family-friendly activities and entertainment for all ages. This is a community event which showcases Indian Land and Lancaster County – its people, organizations, churches, and businesses. It's a great place to live, learn, work, worship, play, and raise a family.

Over a decade ago, the Fall Festival started as a way to raise money and awareness for our new local library. As we enter our 13th season, the Fall Festival has grown to include many different folks and organizations. This year's festival will include over a week of events building up to our weekend long festival on Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th at Indian Land High School.

As we continue to grow our festival, this year we will add carnival rides along with live music, a farm area, arts & crafts, local vendors, kids' activities, classic cars, and much more. Last year we had an estimated 18,000 visitors, this year the Indian Land Fall Festival expects to inspire even more visitors to embrace our festival as an annual family tradition. Whether you're looking for the ultimate family experience, the excitement of a community leaders being dunked, a variety of great food, or the sheer joy of a live music and rides – there will be something here for everyone.

2018 Fall Festival

Join us for our biggest and best event yet!

35+ Performers

Over 35 local and national performers will take to the stage this year headlined by Nashville recording artist Kasey Tyndall.


200+ Vendors

Over 200+ vendors will take part in this year's festival including local businesses, non-profits, and arts & crafts merchants.


Fun For All

Soaring swings, towering slides, furry farm animals, and a Ferris wheel are just some of the family fun you can expect.