Skip to main content

Market Days Festival - June 23-24-25, 2016
Intown Concord's Market Days returns to downtown Concord, NH in June!


  • Weekly on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
  • Starting on: Jun 23, 2016
  • Ending on: Jun 25, 2016
  • 10:00AM - 10:00PM
  • Free admission
  • 603-226-2150
  • Event Website

Description:

Intown Concord’s 42nd Annual Market Days Festival returns to historic downtown Concord, New Hampshire, June 23-24-25, 2016, from 10:00am to 10:00pm all three days.

Market Days is central New Hampshire’s biggest free community event of the year. A half-mile of Main Street is closed to vehicle traffic, transforming beautiful downtown Concord, New Hampshire into a gigantic street fair with more than 160 vendors offering a vast array of food, shopping, and entertainment. Popular festival attractions include live music and entertainment in Bicentennial and Eagle squares, Free Family Fun activities on the State House Lawn, a beer & hospitality tent, an outdoor movie, community performances, the Concord Arts Market, Touch-a-Truck, Krazy Kids Kids' Zone, and Market Days Mini Golf. On Thursday evening (6/23), 102.3 The River will present a live music stage on North Main Street. And, new for 2016, the 10th Annual Concord Multicultural Festival will take place on Saturday 6/25, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm on the State House Lawn and Capitol Street.

Market Days regularly attracts more than 50,000 attendees over the course of three days. This year’s festival features more vendors, more entertainment, and a beautifully transforming Main Street. As always, the Market Days Festival is FREE to attend. We invite everyone to come all three days and discover something new and different each day!

The Market Days Festival is produced by Intown Concord, a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to promote and enhance the business environment, cultural activities, housing, and appearance of historic downtown Concord.

Visit Event Website for More Info


Concord/Bow/Hopkinton/Canterbury



Like what you're reading? Subscribe to Around Concord's free newsletter to catch every headline