67th Annual Fall Festival – Event Update

Spring Hill, KS,  – 


     Hello and welcome to 2021. The City of Spring Hill is very optimistic for the new year, and with that, the prospect of holding our 67th annual Fall Festival.  Planning and hosting events with large gatherings of people is not something we take lightly, and we plan on taking every precaution we have at our disposal to keep all of the individuals in attendance of the festival safe and healthy.

     Members of the Committee are very hopeful for our pending Fall Festival, all the while fully aware that the occurrence of the festival could be at risk due to changes with the current climate.  We want to give a sincere thank you to the sponsors and vendors who worked with us in years passed for their support and understanding, along with those who continue to give their support as the Committee works to make the 2021 Fall Festival happen safely. 

     If you would like more information about this topic, please contact the Fall Festival Committee by email at

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2021 Diamond Sponsors

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​Our History

The Spring Hill Fall Festival got it's start back in 1954. The origins of the festival included activities such as fishing derbies, horse pulls, concerts, parades, street dancing, and carnival-type booths. 67 years later the fun continues as this year's Fall Festival will be held the last weekend in September in Spring Hill, KS.  To read more about the history of the Fall Festival, click HERE.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide the citizens of Spring Hill and surrounding communities with a fun and safe festival to nurture community relationships between organizations, businesses, neighbors, and community members.

​Fun for All

The Spring Hill Fall Festival is for everyone who loves a small town atmosphere! The Fall Festival is a two day festival occurring on  Saturday, September 25th and 26th, 2021. You're sure to want to be there for our Saturday morning parade that unofficially kicks off the festival.


The City Park will be full of fun activities for everyone including live entertainment, craft booths and more, followed by a street dance on Saturday evening located in Spring Hill's historic downtown. Sunday concludes the festival with the events of Saturday located at the City Park, along with a Pancake Breakfast, and chili cookout.