The Herndon Festival returns to historic downtown Herndon on Thursday (May 31) through Sunday (June 3). The annual event will include four days of activities, vendors, and entertainment.
The event, which takes place at 777 Lynn Street, averages attendance of 80,000 over all four days, according to the festival’s website.
The carnival will be open on Thursday from 6-10 p.m., on Friday from 5-11 p.m., on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Single tickets are $1.25, with bundle deals and an all-pass ticket available.
New this year is a kids’ puppet show and car creation event where kids can make their own cardboard car and watch a puppet show. Kids can also enjoy a hands-on art area, an entertainment alley, and fireworks displays.
Attendees are encouraged to use a complimentary shuttle bus service, as parking will be limited. The following street closures will also be in effect:
- Elden Street in both directions between Monroe Street and Center Street
- Spring Street in both directions between Locust and Elden Street
- Center Street between Locus Street and Vine Street, with the exception of southbound traffic between Elden Street and Locust Street.
Street closures will impact Fairfax Connector routes.
A map of the festival is below:
For more information, visit the festival’s website.
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