Corvallis Fall Festival is an outdoor art festival that was founded in 1973. Each year we bring artists from Corvallis, the Willamette Valley, and beyond. If you are looking for something to do in Corvallis this September then you came to the right place! Our festival is free and family-friendly.
Central Park, downtown Corvallis. Address: 650 NW Monroe Ave, Corvallis, OR 97333
Free admission and family-friendly.
Festival vendors sell only their unique hand-crafted items so come prepared to show your support for these talented artisans!
The festival food court raises money for Benton County not-for-profit organizations. Local organizations often partner with the area's most popular restaurants, food trucks, and caterers to provide delicious food while supporting community programs.
The health and safety of our community are paramount to the Corvallis Fall Festival. We encourage all participants to vaccinate in order to protect themselves and to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please be aware that in accordance with state and local mandates, masks will be required to be worn by all participants and visitors over the age of five, except when eating or drinking or as necessary while performing. If you are sick or are exhibiting any symptoms associated with COVID-19, we ask that you stay home. Thank you all for doing your part to keep our community safe.
Periodic spacing of booths allows easier social distancing
Musical performances are scaled in size and volume to CDC recommendations in lieu of Performing Arts Stage and are located in the food booth area in Arts Center plaza (south side of Central Park)
Young Artists Marketplace is scaled to allow social distancing and is limited to children of vaccination age
No “hands on” Art Discovery Zone for children this year
Additionally, the following health measures will be in place: