Freeport Fall Festival
Each year on the first weekend in October, Visit Freeport brings together over 175 of the best New England artists, makers and local food producers for a three-day festival on the L.L.Bean campus, Key Bank lawn, Freeport Village Station courtyard and at the corner of West & Main Streets in Freeport, Maine.
In addition to browsing local art, join us at the Discovery Stage on the L.L.Bean campus for three days of live music. There are also plenty of free activities for kids from make ‘n take crafts, to scavenger hunts and more. And, thanks to our generous sponsors, it’s all FREE!
We all want to return to fall fun! To do so right now, we hope you’ll help us by following a few simple guidelines that our hard working health professionals have provided. Regardless of your vaccination status, we kindly ask for your help in keeping everyone safe during the Freeport Fall Festival by:
- Staying home if you are sick or have been recently exposed to someone who is sick.
- Wearing a mask when close to others, even outside!
- Remember to give others some space – staying six feet apart when possible.
- Frequently using the hand sanitizer offered by every vendor.
We’ve brought together the best New England artists and makers for a town-wide three-day festival in Freeport, Maine. Enjoy browsing for just the right piece to add to your collection, plus sample all the fun of a day in Freeport!
Where to stay
Freeport is perfectly situated where Greater Portland meets the Midcoast making us the perfect place to be your homebase for a long weekend or a full week in Maine! Guests may choose from one of our upscale inns, national brand hotels, or historic bed & breakfasts. Interested in a more rustic experience? Pop up your tent, park your RV or rent a cabin at one of our stunning campgrounds among the pines, on the bay or at the foot of a mountain.
Join us in Freeport, one of Maine’s top visitor destinations for a three-day art and music festival. With over three million visitors each year, the L.L.Bean campus attracts more shoppers to its flagship location than any other destination in Maine.