Friday, September 8th, 2017 Downtown Auburn
Saturday, September 9th, 2017
Sunday, September 10th, 2017 Downtown Auburn
Major Concert Announcement!!
Saturday, September 9th Joe Whiting & Mark Doyle 7:30 pm at the Auburn Public Theater
Festival opens at 10am Saturday and Sunday.
Shopping all day long Saturday!
Hand-crafted soaps, jewelry, maple syrup, wood carvings, jams, hand-woven baskets, alpaca wool clothing, metal sculpture, hand-made doll clothes and much more.
Locally grown produce and flowers.
Home improvements, communications, housewares, clothing.
Family Fun, Good Food, Crafts, and Great Entertainment
Family Fun activities 10am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday in the Auburn Public Theater.
Amusement rides by Sofo Amusements Saturday 11am-6pm---Dill St. parking lot
Music all over downtown: 11 am to 7:30 Saturday.
Festival ends at 6:00pm Sunday.
Win a Tom Hussey Original!
Tom Hussey has donated the painting APT Summer to be raffled off with proceeds to benefit TomatoFest. Tom Hussey has donated the painting of the Owasco Channel to be raffled off with proceeds to benefit TomatoFest. The Painting is valued at $400. and tickets are $5.00. Tickets can be purchased at Owasco Lake Days August 6, 2017 at Emerson Park and further ticket sale information will be updated soon. The raffle will take place at this years Tomato Festival.
is available at the City of Auburn parking garage which is adjacent to the festival. The garage is located at 1 Lincoln Street.
Donations of non-perishable food items are appreciated.
Volunteers will be collecting donations at the entry points on Genesee, State and Exchange St.
Helping Food Pantries Feed People
Since its inception in 1985, TomatoFest has raised over $300,000 and collected more than 13,000 canned goods to help feed the hungry through donations to participating area food pantries.
All food pantries receiving donations from TomatoFest are affiliated with the Central New York Food Bank. Every $1 provides an entire meal! Last year 873,148 meals were provided in Cayuga County. Hunger affects parents and children, and your support truly affects their lives.
The first "festival", only a few hours long on a Sunday afternoon, was created to bring the community together and provide a public venue for not-for-profit organizations. A few hundred people turned out, and when all was said and done a small profit was realized. People from all over Central New York come to enjoy the great food, music, crafts, and entertainment for the whole family. The name TomatoFest was selected because the festival is held at the end of the tomato season, and the thought of canning or "putting up" the harvest reflected the support of local food agencies.
A volunteer Board of Directors provides their services throughout the year, striving to make each festival a memorable event for everyone who attends. This year's festival will be fresh and better than ever so make plans to bring your friends and family to a fun-filled weekend at the 32st annual TomatoFest, on September 8th , 9th and 10th in downtown Auburn, NY.