32nd Annual Baldwin County Strawberry Festival

Saturday, Apr 13, 2019 - Sunday, Apr 14, 2019
Daily
From: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Loxley Municipal Park on Hwy 59
4198 Municipal Dr.
Loxley, AL
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Admission:
Free to the public

The Baldwin County Strawberry Festival began in 1987 as a result of a united effort between the ARC Baldwin County and the Loxley Elementary School. Over the years, it has grown from a few craft and food vendors to hosting over 180 arts and craft exhibitors, a dozen different food vendors, an exciting carnival, fun children's games, an antique auto show, exhibits and live music. And, of course, strawberry shortcake is still king.

In 1996, the festival date changed from the first Saturday in May to the present date, the second weekend in April. The festival was originally held in downtown Loxley, but in 1999 moved to its present location at the Loxley Municipal Park. This grassy, spacious location has allowed the festival to expand to include many more activities that had been limited by other sites. It also permitted the festival to extend into a two-day event.

Each year, the festival raises over $48,000 for its two beneficiaries: Loxley Elementary School and the ARC Baldwin County. The festival has become one of the largest of its kind and is considered by many to be one of the best-organized festivals in the area.

2019 Entertainment Schedule:
Saturday, April 13, 2019
10am – 12pm                       BRANDI    
12 – 1:30pm                         Tobi Lee
3 – 5pm                           Tommy Morse Band
Sunday, April 14, 2019
10 – 12pm                       BRANDI  
12 – 1:30pm                         Na Na Sha
1:30 - 3pm                            Sax Man
3 – 5pm                           Roland Cobbs