Visitor Info

Friday, September 10 & Saturday, September 11, 2021

Festival hours (subject to change):

  • Friday 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM – Features a block party with live music, a beer garden and food trucks
  • Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM – Features up to 100 artist vendors, live music, food and more

Where is the Waterbury Arts Fest?

You’ll find the Fest right off Interstate 89 at Exit 10 in downtown Waterbury on Stowe Street and Bidwell Lane. Updated maps will be posted soon.

How much does it cost?

The Waterbury Arts Fest is, as it has always been, a FREE event! It is entirely supported by sponsorships, space fees, and donations. Please make sure to patronize our artists, food vendors, and our many generous sponsors when you visit the Fest!

Where can I park?

We try to make it easy to find a parking space when you come to the Fest, but please note that parking in our quaint downtown can be tricky on busy weekends. Parking is available in two public lots in the village, at the upper and lower Brookside Primary School parking lots and throughout the streets of downtown. Yellow PARKING HERE signs will be posted to assist visitors. Below are helpful map as you plan your visit to the Fest:

Where can I stay?

There are a wide variety of accommodations in Waterbury: country inns, bed and breakfasts, secluded cabins nestled among the pines, and a full service resort facility.  Click HERE to see a full list of accommodations.

How can I get involved?

Visit our Get Involved page for all the fun ways to interact with the Fest and the wonderful people who help bring it to life.

What else is in the area?

Waterbury’s downtown has recently undergone a transformation and is ready to welcome back Waterbury Arts Fest and all its fun! While in town, be sure to sample the famous food and craft beverage scene, shop at unique independent retailers, and explore the bountiful outdoor recreation. Waterbury is conveniently located at the convergence of the scenic Green Mountain Byway, Mad River Byway, and Interstate 89, making Waterbury Arts Fest centrally located for visitors from Burlington, Stowe, Montpelier, and the Mad River Valley. To learn more about our town, visit Discover Waterbury.