Glendale Crossing Festival 2021

October 16, 2021

The Glendale Crossing Festival began in 1976 as the Glendale Community Festival, and was part of the United States celebration of its' 200th birthday. Byron Crawford was the Grand Marshall of our very first parade. Since then, the festival has grown and changed a bit, but still maintains its' country charm that everyone has come to love.

The Glendale Crossing Festival is always held on the 3rd Saturday in October and hosts roughly 500 art, craft and food booths. We also have the Crossing Festival Parade, featuring a huge assortment of floats, cars, old tractors and everything else that makes a parade special!


Crossing Festival Hours:
Saturday, October 16th 8:00 am until 5:00 pm
Festival Parade on Main Street: 10:00 am

We are proud to announce that the Glendale Crossing Festival has won first place Arts and Crafts Fair from Kentucky Living magazine’s Best In Kentucky 2020!

Without doubt, 2020 was a rough year for everyone!!!
We are thankful to all of our supporters and looking forward to our festival in 2021!


For information on the Glendale Crossing Festival, please contact Sheree Vance at:


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The Glendale Crossing Festival is fun for all ages, and offers a little bit of "something for everyone!"

What a terrific way to enjoy an old fashioned day in the country...


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