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A Peoria area tradition during the season of fright, Wildlife Prairie Park transforms into a spooky, kid-friendly Halloween experience. See website for dates and times.
The 2016 PNC Bank Peoria Marathon and Run River City Races is one of Peoria’s premier running events! Runners can participate in the full, USATF certified marathon, marathon relay, half marathon, 5k and youth run. Stay for the music, drinks, and food inside Carver Arena at the Peoria Civic Center!
Everyone is German during Peoria’s Oktoberfest. For 19 years, people have flocked to Peoria to enjoy German food, music, entertainment, beer and culture.
The Fine Art Fair is one of the largest and top ranking visual arts events in Central Illinois. It features over 150 local, national and international visual artists from 26 states, Canada, Argentina and Israel.
Pekin’s biggest festival is a great family friendly event with a carnival, music, festive foods, entertainment, kids events, parade and craft vendors. The weekend event honors Pekin’s favorite son, Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen, and his love for gardening.
The annual Morton Pumpkin Festival returns for the 50th year! This great celebration of everything pumpkin is in downtown Morton. You will find lots of carnival rides, specials displays, and great food. People from across the country come to enjoy the festival!
One of Peoria’s biggest holiday traditions returns for the 32nd year - the East Peoria Festival of Lights! Enjoy your favorite light displays; from the Budweiser Clydesdales to the Starship Enterprise, this drive-through event is a holiday season must do!
Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment proudly present the 28th annual Peoria Blues and Heritage Music Festival. Enjoy two days of great music featuring three stages of entertainment - plus musician workshops, Blues Alley featuring arts and merchandise vendors, great food and drinks. headliners include Buddy Guy, O.A.R. and Here Come the Mummies. This festival is considered one of the top blues festivals in the Midwest.