Each year, more than 250 artists, food vendors, sponsors, and art enthusiasts celebrate the last days of summer as we move into fall. Centennial Lakes Park becomes what some artists have called “one of the most beautiful venues in the country.” Vendor booths are located to the north and south of the Hughes Pavilion along the lakefront, and to the south on the upper terrace parking deck in front of the Centennial Lakes Office Building.
Attendance is estimated to be near 20,000 people from the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Ample free parking is available in one of the seven adjacent parking ramps, with just a short walk from any ramp to the event. The festival is advertised in the StarTribune the week before the event.
Exhibitors representing diverse media such as sculpture, glass, wearable art, pottery, jewelry, photography, fiber arts, and more display their artwork along the brick and paved walkways of Centennial Lakes. This urban oasis is located adjacent to one of the busiest shopping corridors in the state along France Avenue in Edina.
Proceeds from the Festival go to the Edina Crime Prevention Fund, which helps keep Edina safe!
Artists may apply through ZAPPlication.org. There is a $20 non-refundable application fee for new artists that have not exhibited with the festival previously.
Interested food vendors and sponsors may contact Michael Frey, Executive Director of the Fall into the Arts Festival at mfrey@EdinaMN.gov or call 952-903-5729.
Thank you for your interest in Edina Fall into the Arts Festival.
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