2020 New Hampshire Blueberry FestivalsNew Hampshire Blueberry Festivals in 2020

Update for 2020 and Coronavirus:

Keep in mind that some of the festivals below may be canceled or altered for 2020. The situation is changing so rapidly and many festivals are not announcing their plans until the last minute, so when we have not seen an update, we've left last year's data below and suggest you see the festivals website or call the festival as the date gets close to see if they will hold it this year. Some festivals are still being held, while others are being canceled for 2020.

Looking for a blueberry festival in New Hampshire in 2020? (just scroll down the page)There is no other listing as complete and current as this list, just updated! All the blueberry festivals in New Hampshire we can find are listed on this page! If you love strawberries, look for a festival near you below! And I'm always looking for more blueberry festivals! Please write me, if you know of any to add!  I update the dates as soon as the festivals publish their information, but you can always click on the links (usually the name of the festival) to see the current information on the festival's own website. 

I update this list every year, but still click on the links to the festival (the blue, underlined name of the each festival) to confirm this year's dates on the website for each festival. They may change or cancel at the last minute. . If they don't have a website, call the phone number provided, but ALWAYS CONFIRM THIS YEAR'S DATES AND TIMES BY EITHER VIEWING THEIR WEBSITE OR CALLING.

Click here for the form to add a festival and have detailed information; or click here if you have general information and are not connected with the event!

2020 Blueberry Festivals in New Hampshire - Where, When and More to Find a Blueberry Festival Near You!

 New Hampshire

Blueberries typically ripen from April (in Florida and Texas) through June and August in the upper Midwest and New England. June dominates as the month for blueberry production (and festivals) Unlike strawberries, which grow almost anywhere, blueberries are grown commercially in half as many states.

There are two general types of blueberry festivals 1) community festivals, usually organized by a church, school, local Chamber of commerce or a town and 2). Blueberry festival held at and by a farm. They are different in what they offer, and community festivals tend to be less expensive so they are grouped separately. (of course not all states and areas have both.)
Following the festival listings are links to our easy to follow directions about making blueberry jam, freezing blueberries, blueberry pies and much more.

Community Blueberry Festivals

  • Attitash Mountain Resort Blueberry Fest - August - from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday, August 4, 2018
    ROUTE 302 BARTLETT, NH 03812. Phone: 800-223-7669. Email: cmadden@attitash.com. Admission: Free. Join us for our 7th Annual Blueberry Fest. This event includes a Cornhole Tournament, Face Painting by Mt Washington Valley Children's Museum, Blueberry Pie Baking Contest, Blueberry Pie Eating Contest, and an assortment of Blueberry BBQ, Treats, and Elixirs, all topped off with a live band. It is FREE to attend, although Attitash Resort Summer Attractions Park Tickets are an additional cost. This is a rain or shine event. In the case of poor weather, all activities and entertainment will be held inside the Main Base Lodge and Ptarmigan's Pub. Check back soon for more details. We will announce the live entertainment as well as more info on activities and events in May. 
  • First Church Congregational, Rochester NH Blueberry Festival - August
    63 South Main Street, Rochester NH, 03867. Venders sold everything from Italian Ice and funnel cakes to clothing and toys. Blueberries were offered from at least three booths - Morris and Nelson farms in Bridgeton and Southside Farms of Chocowinity - along with other farms products.
  • Greenfield Blueberry Jamboree - The Blueberry Jamboree will be held on the 1st Saturday in August from 9-3pm.
    Greenfield, New Hampshire. Phone: (603) 547-3442. This town is where the first high-bush blueberries were discovered, and all cultivated high-bush blueberries descend from them.   (UPDATED: July 13, 2014, from internet reports)
  • Swanzey Blueberry Fiddle Festival - Saturday early in August from 9am to 9pm.
    247 Monadnock Hwy, Swanzey, NH 03446. Phone: 603-239-6495. Email: ihmsisters@catholicism.org. Open: Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. Come join us at the Cheshire Fairgrounds for an unforgettable day of grand old-fashioned family fun (rain of shine) at the Annual Richmond Blueberry Fiddle Festival. With a delightful lineup of great performers, Showcase Musicians, Fiddle Contest, dancing, traditional folk games and races, blueberry bake-off, melodrama, contra dance, Living History Timeline, and other events ; young and old alike are sure to be pleased. blueberries, produce for sale, produce for sale, parking provide for a fee, snacks and refreshment stand, musical entertainment, restrooms, picnic area, face painting, Tents or other provisions are made for bad weather, FREE admission. Bring your chair and we'll see you there! Organized by Richmond's Immaculate Heart of Mary School. 

Farm Blueberry Festivals

In addition to community and church festivals, some private farms have their own blueberry festivals.  See each farm for this year's dates (they often do not announce them until the end of May). They usually have PYO strawberries then, too.  Also, scroll down to see the links to recipes, freezing, canning and jam making directions at the bottom of the page.

  • Applecrest Farm Orchards, Inc. - Sunday in mid to late July
    133 Exeter Road, Hampton Falls, NH 03844. Phone: 603-926-3721. Fax: 926-0006. Email: iinfo@applecrest.com. Open: 8am-6pm. BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL: Sunday, July (10a to 3p) Acre after acre of low-hanging ripe blue berries are the focal point for our 2nd Annual Blueberry Festival. Beat the Summer-time Blues with a fun-filled day of Pick-Your-Own blueberries, free live bluegrass music, tractor rides, face painting, kid's bouncy house, hot cider donuts and a generous spread of our blueberry inspired treats from our bakery and bistro.
  • The 1780 Farm - Uses natural growing practices, blueberries, other berries, raspberries (red), raspberries (Spring, red), strawberries, Turkeys, Fresh eggs, restrooms, picnic area, farm animals, weddings and wedding parties, school tours
    89 Winchester Road, Chesterfield, NH 03443. Phone: 818-929-2901. Alternate Phone: 603-363-4476. Email: carpentr2@hotmail.com. Open: Monday through Sunday 8 am through Dusk; Farm stand and Berry picking. Directions: heading West out of Keene, New Hampshire go South on State route 63 towards beautifulo downtown Chesterfield. Take your second leftand drive about a half mile. we're right there on the left. Click here for a map and directions. Blueberry Festival is August 12 Thursday, 2012 come one come all - pick and eat Blueberries 'til you are blue in the face. We use natural practices, but are not yet certified Organic. Payment: Cash, Check. Click here for our Facebook page. Don't forget our Blueberry Festival coming up in mid August and watch our web page for updates on other exciting happenings such as fillms on the farm ,nature walks, cross country skiing and visiting with the farm animals. don't forget to ask about our farm raised beef, pork, lamb, turkey and chicken. we can't wait to see ya!.

Related Blueberry Information: Freezing, Making Jam, Jelly, Canning, Blueberry Pies, Recipes and More

Also, see our pages on easy illustrated blueberry directions:

For other fruit and vegetable festivals, see this page!

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