Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Zionsville Lions Club Fall Festival? 

This is a long standing tradition of family fun, food, entertainment and frolic that is always the weekend after Labor Day. The theme for this year’s 66th edition is Be A Superhero’2: Return of the Lions. The festival is the Zionsville Lions Club’s largest fundraiser every year. All proceeds go toward the overall improvement and maintenance of Lions Park.

What are some of the highlights of Fall?

Friday: VIP Carnival for families with Special Needs and Poor Jack’s Carnival opens.

Saturday: Fall Festival Parade down from the ZCHS to Main Street, numerous live musical performances, Silent and Online Auction, Public Safety Fair, Kid’s Corner Bounce Houses, Lion’s Lounge and displays from over 100 local craft, commercial, kid, food and pet vendors.

Sunday: American Dream Car Show, Wristband Day in Poor Jack’s Carnival and all vendor areas.

What types of food are there?

All types of festival food are there to enjoy at our annual event. These favorites include: elephant ears, kettle corn, breaded tenderloins, pizza, barbeque pork, shaved ice, cotton candy and many more.

What is the cost and where do I park?

Fall Festival has FREE admission for people of all ages. We do have a large parking area inside of Lion’s Park, but additional parking is located near Lion’s Park on Elm and Main Streets.

Do your vendors take credit card?

Most vendors take cash only. We do have an ATM located near the Zionsville Little League Concession Stand.

Is there Lost & Found or First Aid at the festival?

Lost & Found is located at the Zionsville Lions Clubhouse during the festival. If you have lost an item you can call us at 317-873-5540.

First Aid is located just north of the Gazebo in the Public Safety Area.