The annual Fishers Freedom Festival takes place the last full weekend in June in Fishers, Indiana. This Indianapolis festival began over 20 years ago with a group of citizens who decided to celebrate Independence Day by holding a community gathering. Today, the Fishers Freedom Festival is a two-day Fishers event ran by a large group of volunteers and funded by Fishers business sponsors and donations.
The Fishers Freedom Festival is comprised of local vendors, charity events, sponsor booths with various free activities for Fishers children, special events, Fishers art and crafts, live Fishers music, a parade, and an elaborate fireworks display caps off the weekend. Festival-goers visit with friends and neighbors, kids can play games and participate in activities, and everyone can enjoy food, music, and a good time.
|Video of the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Fishers Freedom Festival in Fishers|
Held at Roy Holland Memorial Park, one of the biggest Fishers parks, the Fishers Freedom Festival begins early on Saturday and runs through dusk on Sunday, when fireworks close out the festival.
For more information on the Fishers Freedom Festival, please visit the festival’s homepage.
Fisher Freedom Festival
8601 E 116th St
P.O. Box 930
Fishers, IN 46038