There is no better time for a festival in Florida than Autumn. With gorgeous weather and plenty of reasons to celebrate, this is the time you want to be outside enjoying all the season has to offer! No matter what you want to celebrate, there are plenty of festivals during this time of year in every different category. Enjoy some delicious food, listen to excellent music, and spend time with the people you love! Here are some of our favorite festivals in Central Florida that you should definitely check out this fall!
Epcot World Showcase, Walt Disney World
August 30 - November 12, 2018
This festival is THE event to look forward to in Orlando! Disney really knows how to impress, and Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival is no different. Here you can travel around the world showcase and sample food from countries all over the world. You can also attend seminars and demonstrations to improve your own cooking skills and concerts from all kinds of musical artists to listen to while you eat.
October 27 - 28, 2018
Get your holiday shopping started early with this amazing craft show in Mount Dora! In addition to over 400 amazing local vendors, you can also enjoy delicious food and great entertainment at one of Florida’s most popular festivals.
Orlando Festival Park, Orlando
October 27, 2018
Vegetables so rarely get to be the star of the show, but this festival puts them front and center! It is one of the biggest and best vegetarian festivals in the country. Here, vegetarians, vegans, and meat eaters come together to celebrate vegetables of all kinds from local growers and vendors. Bring the whole family (including your pets!) to eat lots of delicious vegan food and learn more about the vegetarian life style.
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Maitland
November 2 - 4, 2018
Craving some delicious and authentic Greek food? You can get it at Maitland’s Greek Orthodox Church! Extensive Greek food menus are complimented with live music performances, iconography presentations, and lively dancing.
Premiere Cinemas, Orlando
October 26 - 28, 2018
Friday the 13th of October is the day for this scary celebration! Horror film lovers, this is an opportunity to get into the spooky spirit by getting together with fellow enthusiasts and watching independent horror films all throughout the day! Filmmakers can submit their films to be shown during the festival.