The Reidsville Fall Jubilee will showcase more than 100 quality vendors offering a mix of art, crafts, jewelry, fashion accessories, pottery, home and garden décor, and much more. Visitors will also find favorite fun festival foods, including turkey legs, hot dogs, barbecue, blooming onions, funnel cakes, snow cones, steak and cheese sandwiches, ribs, and sausage dogs -- to name a few.
Each October, thousands of residents and visitors take the opportunity to see how Reidsville embodies their city slogan -- Live Simply; Think Big -- at the city’s annual Fall Jubilee. Admission to the downtown festival (and parking) is free.
The Fall Jubilee is one of the largest festivals in Rockingham County and draws thousands of people from across North Carolina and southern Virginia for entertainment, food, and fun.
The Kidz Zone features family entertainment, including a petting zoo, amusement rides, and Touch A Truck with vehicles from the city’s Police, Fire, and Public Works departments.
The festival offers something for everyone and is a great way to celebrate fall and Reidsville!
Sleeping Booty is known for their high-energy choreographed live performances. They will rock Market Square with all the best music from the 70s and 80s to today – everything from Aretha Franklin to ZZ Top!
MEGAN DOSS BAND
Triad-based Megan Doss Band covers your favorite country tunes, new and old, a perfect mixture of top 40 pop dance hits, the best classic rock hits and a touch of rock'n'roll!
Radio Revolver is a cover band with heart.
Their eclectic catalog includes timeless and modern hits, from “Respect” and “You Shook Me All Night Long” to fan favorites such as “Purple Rain” and “Superstition.”
Made in the Appalachian Mountains, and crafted around the world, The Banjo Earth Band’s music pulls from influences ranging from Bill Monroe to Ravi Shankar. Their sound is based around Andy Eversole’s world music project, yet with an unmistakable banjo twang that can only be found in the South.
The Morehead Street Stage will feature local performers.
Kids won't want to miss the Petting Zoo, noon to 4 p.m. Plus amusement rides, sidewalk chalk, Touch A Truck, and more family fun!