South Boston Harvest Festival

Sponsored by Destination Downtown South Boston, Inc.

2020 Has Been Cancelled

The 2020 South Boston Harvest Festival scheduled for Saturday, September 26 has been cancelled due to the health and safety concerns associated with the continued COVID-19 pandemic. Festival organizers have committed to making all paid vendor application fees good for the 2021 festival or return the fees if necessary.

According to Tamyra Vest, Executive Director of Destination Downtown South Boston, "While we regret the negative impact cancellation has on our vendors, entertainers, businesses and the community, our first obligation is the health and safety of our community and visitors."

The 2021 event has been scheduled for Saturday, September 25.

Come out and enjoy South Boston's favorite place to celebrate the fall season!


Now in it's 29th year, the South Boston Harvest Festival has become a favorite with kids and parents alike. Enjoy the attractions, entertainment, activities, and food that are fun for all ages!

The Town of South Boston is located in South Central Halifax County, within the Southside Virginia region, contiguous to the state of North Carolina. South Boston is sited at the junction of three U.S. primary highways: Routes 58, 360, and 501. These roads provide access to interstate highways and facilitate regional travel. US 58 links the Town with the nearby communities of Danville, Martinsville (61 miles), and South Hill. US 360 leads northeast from the Town to the state capital in Richmond, 111 miles away. US 501 connects South Boston with Lynchburg (59 miles) to the north and Durham, North Carolina (60 miles) to the South.

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