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2019 ALABAMA: SEPTEMBER 2019
Food Festivals, & Other Food, Wine and Beer Events

(see also: 2018  -  2017  -  2016  -  2015)


 

September 1-2, 2019
23rd Annual Sweet Tater Festival - Cullman, Alabama
The annual festival will offer arts, crafts, games, food, door prizes, live entertainment and plenty of sweet taters.

September 2, 2019
Collinsville Mule Days
Collinsville, Alabama
Bar C Farms.  Experience Sand Mountain’s rich agricultural heritage! Enjoy a parade of mules, horses, carriages, antique tractors and more. A horse pull, mule pull, antique vehicles, arts, crafts, food, and games for the kids makes this the ultimate fall family event.  Bring your own horse and participate in some of our fun events and our trail competition! We will have concession stands, a tack trailer, pony rides, games, and much more for the whole family to enjoy!

September 8, 2019  5th Annual Graze: Birmingham
Birmingham, Alabama
Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network.  ASAN’s annual farm-to-fork picnic fundraiser celebrating the best in Birmingham food! Over 15 farmer-chef pairs collaborate each on a single dish, which they serve in sample sizes to picnickers as they graze from booth to booth in the grassy backyard at Avondale Brewing Company.  Graze: Birmingham creates collaborations between area farmers and chefs who are equally committed to quality, craft, and to growing a rich, locally rooted food system. What grows from these collaborations is nothing short of food alchemy! Add in a little live music, local beverages, good company, and Sunday afternoon vibes, and you’ve got a serious celebration.  Approximately 400 diverse participants from Birmingham and beyond will come together for an evening, to enjoy the fruits of our dynamic local food system, while raising funds for ASAN’s work to support that same local food system year-round. Don’t miss this chance to show your support for Alabama farms, Alabama food, and Alabama communities!

September 12-14, 2019  The Wharf Uncorked
Orange Beach, Alabama
EVENT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED.

September 17-22, 2019  85th Annual North Alabama State Fair
Muscle Shoals, Alabama
The North Alabama State Fair is best described as a family-oriented community event. 

 

Agricultural, industrial, cultural, and commercial exhibits are on display.  The North Alabama State Fair is operated for the benefit of the community.  A major portion of the money spent at the North Alabama State Fair remains in the community.  Profits above operation expenses and capital expenditures are donated to charitable organizations.  Board members receive no compensation.

September 19-21, 2019  Saint George's 38th Annual Middle Eastern Food Festival - Birmingham, Alabama
Homemade foods such as humos, Kibbee, Filafil and Baklawa.

September 23-29, 2019  64th Annual DeKalb County VFW Agricultural Fair - Fort Payne, Alabama
Known for its tradition of excellence, it has been voted the state’s top agricultural fair for many years. This event has vast community participation and features exhibits of handmade crafts, canned foods, photography, drawings, flower arrangements, quilts, as well as live animals such as cattle and chickens. Midway with rides for all ages; Live Music nightly.  The vendors feature your fair favorites including funnel cakes, caramel apples, corn dogs, and cotton candy.

September 27-29, 2019  45th Annual Winfield Mule Day Festival
Winfield, Alabama
The tradition was begun in 1975 to honor the hard working mules of the day.  Mule Day has grown into a major event not only for the City of Winfield but also for the State of Alabama. Drawing crowds of over 25,000 each year; Mule Day features a variety of activities that appeal to any palate. The keynote event is a the Mule Day parade through the downtown of the city, but there is also live entertainment, car and tractor show, garden tractor pull, flea market, mule judging, arts and crafts, horseshoe tournament, and a carnival.  Attendance: 25,000
 

2018 ALABAMA: SEPTEMBER 2018
Food Festivals, & Other Food, Wine and Beer Events
(events waiting for new dates)

September 20-29, 2018 - Morgan County Fair - Decatur, Alabama
Agriculture: Baking, Canning & Traditional American Skills, Exhibits & Contests;  Livestock Show & Competition; All Breed Horse Show & More; Midway Rides; Entertainment Nightly; much more.

 

2017 ALABAMA: SEPTEMBER 2017
Food Festivals, & Other Food, Wine and Beer Events
(events waiting for new dates)

September 4, 2017  Ider Mule Days - Ider, Alabama
After a successful 30 year run, a popular DeKalb County festival has come to an end. Organizers announced that the 2016 Ider Mule Day was the last one.

September 21, 2017 - The Taste of the South - Atmore, Alabama
This event held in a park setting is an evening of entertainment and food prepared by businesses, groups/organizations and individuals. It is known for showcasing some of Atmore's best chefs and cooks!

September 30 - October 1, 2017 - PorktoberQue - Dothan, Alabama
'Jurassic Pork' - Oktoberfest meets Barbecue Competition in lower Alabama. KCBS sanctioned BBQ competition. Spectators enjoy live music, country and rock bands, an indoor Biergarten, outdoor 'man cave' and loads of shopping opportunities. Barbecue and Bratwurst dominate the food menus from regional vendors, and beer is available in several areas.   Kids welcome, many kids activities available.
 

2016 ALABAMA: SEPTEMBER 2016
Food Festivals, & Other Food, Wine and Beer Events
(events are waiting for new dates)

September 24, 2016  7th Annual Peanut Boil Festival
Luverne, Alabama
The festival includes 'the world's largest peanut boil" and features music, arts & crafts, children's activities as well as delicious food, and over 60,000 pounds of peanuts.  (also: www.crenshawcochamber.com/peanutboil/ )
 

2015 ALABAMA: SEPTEMBER 2015
Food Festivals, & Other Food, Wine and Beer Events
(these events are waiting for new dates)

September 11-12, 2015 - 21st Annual Riverfest Barbecue Cook-off
Decatur, Alabama
An official State Barbecue Championship competition. The cook-off is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbeque Society, a national organization. The Grand Champion winner of Riverfest automatically qualifies for the American Royal World Championship Barbecue Cook-off in Kansas City, Missouri, and is entered into the Jack Daniel's World Championship Invitational drawing. Riverfest features more than 70 professional and amateur BBQ cooking teams from across the United States competing for prize money and trophies totaling $20,000.  Along with the barbecue competition, the festival includes food vendors, live music and children's activities. Proceeds from Riverfest will benefit charities in Decatur and Morgan County.

 

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