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13th Annual West Virginia Hot Dog Festival

Date: July 29 - July 29

Website: 13th Annual West Virginia Hot Dog Festival


Pullman Square | 900 block 3rd Ave

A full day of live entertainment, music, amusements, and contests for you, the family and the family dog!

Our Tri-State area is home to an unusally large number of hot dog businesses, many decades-old, family-owned businesses that shine as beloved, true traditions! We invite you to come to Downtown Huntington as we collect a dozen of the area's top hot dog businesses, and put them in one location, working together to raise money for the children in our region under treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

We welcome you, your family, and the family dog to come to our annual WV Hot Dog Festival to enjoy contests and competitions, live music and entertainment all day, displays, prizes, demonstrations, crafts, shopping, car and truck shows, and to sample all of these wonderfully delicious hot dogs (as much as you can eat!) in one location for the entire day at Pullman Square!

Come treat yourself (and your little dog too!) to our annual WV Hot Dog Festival! This year is the 13th Anniversary!

For more information and a complete schedule of events, check out their website at!

Downtown 0729 1501336800

Art in the Park: Ritter Park

Date: May 20 - May 21

Website: Art in the Park: Ritter Park


Ritter Park - 13th Ave

Forty artists exhibit and sell artwork including oil, acrylic, pastels, and watercolor paintings; woodcarving, pottery, photography, and other fine art. Chat with the artists and have pieces commissioned. Bring your favorite person, pet, or photo and match it with your favorite artist. For more information, please visit

Downtown 0520 1495296000

Blenko Festival of Glass

Date: August 4 - August 6

Website: Blenko Festival of Glass


Blenko Glass | 9 Bill Blenko Drive | Milton

A selection of classes are offered for all ages within the factory. During this event, visitors will have the rare opportunity to view our skilled artisans at work as well as be able to participate in a variety of classes related to the glass making process.  From hot glass to crafts with wood, glass and glue for youngsters. Special prices, tours, signing event and family activities. Family fun. Classes fill quickly.  Complimentary annual commemorative medallions will be given to attendees. For a full scheudle of events please visit or to register please call (877) 425-3656

Milton 0804 1501884480

Cabell County Fair

Date: July

Website: Cabell County Fair


Pumpkin Park | 1 Pumpkin Way | Milton

Enjoying the Cabell County Fair each year has been a family tradition since 1983. Residents of the county may show their prize garden produce, livestock, and arts & crafts. The prime emphasis of the fair is to provide 4-H and FFA members the opportunity to exhibit their projects. Concerts, horse shows, carnival, pageants and much more guarantees fun for everyone! See you at the Fair!


For more information and a full schedule please visit

Milton 0722 1500748380

DAWG Dazzle

Date: July 3 - July 3

Website: DAWG Dazzle


Harris Riverfront Park - Veterans Memorial Blvd

93.7 the DAWG presents an evening of live music and a fireworks extravaganza at Harris Riverfront Park. Gates open at 5pm. Visit for more information.

Downtown 0703 1499122800

Guyandotte Civil War Days

Date: November 4 - November 5

Website: Guyandotte Civil War Days


Downtown Guyandotte | 234 Guyan St

On November 10th, 1861 the sleepy southern town of Guyandotte was firmly in Union hands. Confederate raiders struck suddenly and quickly, capturing the Garrison and returning the village to the dominion of the Stars and Bars. That conquest was short-lived, however. As the Confederates were leaving town the next morning with 110 Richmond-bound prisoners in tow, Union liberators returned and took vengeance on what they considered a “seesech" (secession) town. By nightfall, two-thirds of the village had been burned to the ground.

Today, the dirt roads are paved, modern buildings have replaced many of the burned out frames, and Guyandotte is a part of contemporary Huntington, West Virginia. Come see where history was made as the sights and sounds of the Civil War return the week of November 1st - 5th, 2017 as hundreds of re-enactors participate in "America's greatest street battle."

Genuine and reproduction period items available for purchase. Period music, living histories, museums, sutlers, crafts, displays and concessions.
For more information and a full schedule of events please visit

East End 1104 1509809400

Heritage Farm Spring Festival

Date: May 6

Website: Heritage Farm Spring Festival


Heritage Farm Museum and Village | 3300 Harvey Rd

Held annually the first Saturday in May at Heritage Farm Museum & Village. Experience life as it was in an Appalachian pioneer community and learn about the major inventions and transportation revolutions that changed our lives. See Heritage Farm come alive with blacksmithing, sheep shearing, wood-working, printing and many, many more Appalachian artisans coming to exhibit their craftsmanship! Travel through history among the 17 restored buildings of the community. Music, food, arts & crafts, and hands on farm fun!

West End 0506 1494086400

Jewel City JAMboree

Date: May 26 - May 27

Website: Jewel City JAMboree


Harris River Front Park | Veterans Memorial Blvd & 10th st

JCJAM3 is a multi-genre music festival held at David Harris Riverfront Park along the beautiful Ohio River. Music, food, friendship and a celebration of our local heritage will take place May 26th & May 27th of 2017. From Bluegrass and Old Time to Americana, the Blues, Rock and Western Cowboy Swing with a little of all in between, makes this one of the most unique festivals of the season. JCJAM3 is a 100% not for profit show staffed entirely by volunteers. Besides the great venue, food and music, the show supports local charities for Veterans and 1st Respondents with its net profit. For a full lineup, tickets, and more information please visit

Downtown 0526 1495834680

Old Central City Days

Date: June


Old Central City | 14th St W

Old Central City is known at the "Antique Capital" of the Tri-State. You can enjoy shopping, eating, and experience our rich history at nearby museums. Old Central City is a good place to shop while touring the city, seeing the Quilt Trail, and attending our special events. Each year we have Old Central City City Days, which is a festive time of outdoor antique displays, crafts, good food, and musical entertainment. More information available at

West End 0610 2465588560

Pilot Club Antique Fair

Date: August

Website: Pilot Club Antique Fair

Area's finest antique show and sale. Over 40 dealers representing more than 10 states.

Downtown 0817 2471465260

Pumpkin House / C-K AutumnFest

Date: October 27 - October 31

Website: Pumpkin House / C-K AutumnFest


C-K Community Center - 1200 Poplar St. Kenova / 748 Beech St. Kenova

The C-K AutumnFest takes place the last weekend in October in the two quaint communities of Ceredo and Kenova. The centerpiece of the festival is the famous Pumpkin House, which has become one of the favorite tourist attractions of West Virginia, decorated with over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins. Arts and crafts booths, an old-fashioned bake-off, local vendors and more.

West End 1027 1509136920

Rails & Ales Festival

Date: August 12

Website: Rails & Ales Festival


Harris River Front Park | Veterans Memorial Blvd & 10th st

Kick back with fellow beer lovers as we unite for a one-day celebration of craft beers, including live music and vendors at Harris Riverfront Park!

Downtown 0812 1502562540

St. George Greek Festival

Date: September 22 - September 24

Website: St. George Greek Festival


St. George Greek Orthodox Church - 701 11th Ave

Mark your calendars for the Annual Greek Festival in Huntington! Once again, the festival looks to be a fun filled weekend of food, music, and dancing. Come out and experience a little taste of Greece. We look forward to seeing you!

Check out for a full list of events and food options!

Downtown 0922 1506099600

StinkFest 2017

Date: April 22

Website: StinkFest 2017


The Wild Ramp | 555 14th St W

Come celebrate Ramp season! Feast on this iconic spring plant that is the market's namesake! Food vendors featuring ramp dish specialties, music, artisans, and activities for the kids. Meet "Stinky" our Wild Ramp mascot too! Don't miss out on your chance to celebrate the stink! The Wild Ramp's premiere annual ramp festival, Stink Fest, will take place at its Old Central City location on Saturday April 22th from 10 am - 4 pm. This festival is family friendly, free, and open to the public

West End 0422 2492876800

The 45th Annual Dogwood Arts & Crafts Festival

Date: April 28 - April 30

Website: The 45th Annual Dogwood Arts & Crafts Festival


Big Sandy Superstore Arena | 1 Civic Center Drive

The Dogwood Arts & Crafts Festival features over 90 vendors with hand-crafted items such as jewelry, food products, woodwork, art, soaps and lotions, yard art, pottery and much more. For more information or tickets please call 304.696.5990 or visit

Downtown 0428 1493395200

West Virginia Pumpkin Festival

Date: October 5 - October 8

Website: West Virginia Pumpkin Festival


Milton Pumpkin Park | One Pumpkin Park | Milton

The festival hosts a cultural array of activities for the entire family. In addition to over 100 skilled artisans who display juried crafts and numerous exhibits, master craftsmen share their expertise by demonstrating skills such as blacksmithing, pottery making, quilting, woodworking, and more! You'll also find some of the area's finest musicians throughout the festival. For more information, visit their website - - or call 304.743.8774.

Admission: $8 | Children under 5 are free | Group rates available upon request | Free Parking


Milton 1005 2475679600