Fishtown’s Largest Street Festival Moves to Fall with Restaurants, Bars, Merchants, Family Fun and More

-Courtesy of Aversa PR & Events

Fishtown District announces Fishtown Fall Feastivale on Saturday, September 24, 2022, from 12:00pm to 8:00pm, along Frankford Avenue, from Girard to Oxford. Philadelphia’s red hot dining district will build upon the success of the former Fishtown FeastivALE with a new focus on all things delicious. The event will showcase top food and drink from over 20 Fishtown favorite restaurants and bars, plus 100+ retail stores and other vendors. This year’s festivities include an expanded kids’ corner, carnival game, local celebrity dunk tank, and three DJ stages spinning your favorites in classic rock, funk, party hits and more. Come join all the fun at the largest street festival in Fishtown. Participants will include Bottle Bar East, Calle del Sabor, Cheu Fishtown and Nunu, Evil Genius Beer Co., Fette Sau, The Fillmore, Frankford Hall, Front Street Cafe, Interstate Drafthouse, Johnny Brendas, Kismet Bagels, La Colombe, Liberty Kitchen, Meyers Brewing, R&D, Ramona Susan’s Bakeshop, River’s Casino,  Weckerly’s Ice Cream and Wm Mulherin’s & Son, with more to be announced. This event is family and fido friendly, 21 and up to drink with identification. 

Now in its ninth year, Fishtown District trades FestivALE for Feastivale – with a new name, new time of year and a new focus on all things eats. The outdoor end-of-summer food festival and celebration will feature dozens of options that include burgers, brisket, Bavarian pretzels, gluten free baked goods, vegan treats – and yes, pickle boats. Pair all the amazing street food with Fishtown’s favorite cocktails, beer and cider. 

For more information and a complete line up of participantes/menus visit https://www.fishtownfeastivale.com/ and follow @fishtownfestivale.

On top of food, drink and shopping, come ready to dance in the streets to music at three different DJ stages programmed by the Barbary, Johnny Brenda’s and Fishtown District itself. Music will run all day from 12:00pm to 8:00pm, with a line-up that so far includes DJ Pooh Geez and DJ Nate G.

Family fun will include a free performance by Philadelphia School of Circus Arts Youth Troupe at 3:00pm at Frankford and Oxford. Kids of all ages can also enjoy inflatable games and a prize booth, and other surprises in the kids’ corner. The Lutheran Settlement House Dunk Tank will feature Fishtown “celebs” to ensure everyone has a swimmingly good time.

Fishtown Fall Feastivale runs along Frankford Avenue, between Girard Avenue and Columbia Ave, with additional festival activities along Master, Thompson, and Lee Streets. The festival is just steps from the Girard Stop on the Market-Frankford Line, and just two blocks from The Fillmore and River’s Casino, and is lined with boutiques offering handmade and curated wares, bakeries, cafes, restaurants, and more.

The event is hosted by the Fishtown District. Located just northeast of Center City, Philadelphia, our active business corridor encompasses world-renown restaurants, outstanding taverns, boutique hotels, and the unrivaled Fillmore concert venue. The area which includes businesses along Frankford Avenue, Girard Avenue, and N. Front Street is rich in history and features culinary delights, modern and traditional art, and a vibrant nightlife. The Fishtown Kensington Area Business Improvement District (BID) was created to plan and fund services to improve and preserve our neighborhood. As of January 2020, operations began under the Fishtown District, which is comprised of Fishtown Kensington Area Business Improvement District and long-standing business association, Fishtown Co.

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