The Falling for Fall Arts & Crafts Show will have something for everyone – shopping, music, and free parking.
Need something fun and free to do this coming weekend? The Falling For Fall Arts & Crafts Show is coming to Springfield Town Center on Saturday and Sunday, September 22–23. The two-day event will host the best local and regional artists and professional crafters this side of the Potomac.
If you attended the 2017 Falling for Fall event in Centreville last year, you’re in for a bigger treat this time around. More vendors, more music, more food, more fun.
Presented by Troy Promotions, one of the biggest event planning companies for arts & craft fairs, markets, and festivals around the country, Falling for Fall promises to be a fun time with great food, music, and shopping. From jewelry, pottery, wood carvings, and handmade pillows, to beautiful 3-D glass and sand art, ceramics, and hair bows, the professional crafters are world-class.
Courtesy of Troy Promotions
Meet local artists and listen to live music from local street musicians. You’ll feel like you’re in New Orleans!
Don’t forget to sign up for the hourly show-bucks drawing. Every hour, one lucky winner (you must be present) will win 20 $5 show-bucks (for a total value of $100) to use at the fair’s vendors. Spend your “bucks” on handcrafted jewelry, glass, or wood crafts. See Falling for Fall’s main page for more details and contest rules/restrictions.
The show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday in the lower-level JC Penney Parking lot at Springfield Town Center.
Are you new to the Falling For Fall Arts & Crafts Show, or did you attend last year in Centreville? Tell us what you’re looking forward to in the comments below!