22nd Annual Cider Days. This two-day fall festival will feature regional artists and crafters, three performance stages, fall-themed activities for kids, and, of course, delicious apple cider! Sept. 21-22.
Tim Hawkins at the Gillioz. Since giving up his job as a grocery truck driver in 2002, Tim Hawkins has been meticulously crafting a no-bones, no-bull comedy show that entertains the entire family. Sept. 19-20.
5th Annual MO Food Truck Fest. This is a one-day event featuring gourmet food trucks, carts and trailers from around the state. Featuring the brightest and most inspired street chefs bringing food from around the world, live entertainment and vendors galore. Admission is free. Sept. 21.
Route 66 Record Show. The machine we like to call the ROUTE 66 RECORD SHOW is cranking up for our latest show taking place at the Relics Event Center. Sept. 29.
Springfield Symphony Orchestra Presents: New York Night. Kick-off the new season in glittering Big Apple-style with music celebrating both the glamour and grit of New York City. This dazzling concert of New York's greatest hits will be an opening night you won't want to miss! Sept. 21.
Springfield Contemporary Theatre: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Mark Haddon’s internationally acclaimed best-selling novel comes to the Springfield stage. Sept. 6-22.
The Gracias Christmas Cantata. A show-stopping musical experience that has amazed audiences all across America since 2011. From LA to NYC and everywhere in between. Sept. 21.
Wilder Day. An annual celebration commemorating Laura Ingalls Wilder, America's favorite pioneer girl, and her cherished "Little House" books. Hear Pa's fiddle, take a tour of the home, & enjoy the grounds of Rocky Ridge Farm. Sept. 21.
2019 HBA Remodeling EXPO. Find inspiration or solutions for your next home project at the 2019 HBA Remodeling EXPO! From home renovations to expert tips and the newest home building products and trends, this show has something for everyone – even a Kid Pro Zone! Sept. 20-22.
Smallin Civil War Cave: Living History Day. Civil War soldiers, gun-firing demonstrations, story-telling, flint-knapping demonstrations, traditional Osage arts and crafts, harmonica recitations, Civil War Era Dance lessons and more. Sept. 21.
For more events happening in the Ozarks, visit our online calendar.
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