A Modern Harvest of Fun with Music, Dance, Food, History, Art and much more!

Schedule

Come and join us for one of the most enjoyable weekends in the Hamptons during our 2018 SouthamptonFest, taking place in the Village of Southampton from Friday, October 12 through Sunday, October 14. Starting with a Kick-Off Cocktail Party on Friday night, the weekend will have something for everyone with concerts, dance, art, history and of course, food — Don’t miss the fun!

Friday, October 12

Southampton Rotary Club Kick-Off Cocktail Party  
6:30 – 9:30PM – Under the tent in Agawam Park

Featuring Live Music from MEAN MACHINE, DJ Tony Kerr and  Beau Hulse’s Sinatra Review.
Beer and Wine; refreshments and food available from favorite East End food trucks.
Tickets $30/advance or $40 at the Door. 

RESERVE YOUR TICKETS TODAY!

Saturday, October 13

11:00am - 6:00pm

AGAWAM PARK:
Live Concerts: 11:00AM- Next Level Band / 1:30PM – Little Head Thinks / 4:00PM – Roses Grove Band

12PM – Annual Best of Southampton Chowder Contest

Taste of the East End food vendors and food trucks

Southampton Farmers Market

Cornhole Tournament hosted by Southampton Village EMS Departments. Registration 11am-12:30pm – play starts at 1pm. $20 per team, winner gets half with the balance donated to Southampton Fire Department

Safety Demonstrations by Southampton’s Fire & EMS Departments

Rogers Memorial Library “Pop-UP” 

“Community is Key” Scavenger Hunt sponsored by Southampton Kiwanis Club

Sidewalk Sales throughout the Village

KIDSZONE on Main Street:
Featuring performances by Jester Jim, Bubble Master Gabe Gross, face painting, pumpkin decorating, music, dance and a chalk art contest! Plus basketball, hockey demonstrations from Southampton Ice Rink and much more!

Note: Main Street from Cameron Street to Hampton Road will be closed to through-traffic on Saturday from 10am – 6pm.

ART ZONE on the grounds of 25 Jobs Lane:
Art, Photography, Jewelry and Fine Crafts Vendors sponsored by Southampton Artists Association. Plus food and refreshments and live music by Unsung Heroes, Points East Band and Julia King

Southampton History Museum presents 
Tiny House vs Mansion: Which one would You Choose?

Stop by the grounds at 117 Meeting House Lane and walk through a Tiny Hamptons home with just 350 sq. ft. and then tour the 20 room Rogers Mansion from the Gilded Age.  
Saturday, 11:00AM – 4:00PM.
Admission: $5 for adults, free for children and members.

 

Sunday, October 14

11:00am - 5:00 pm

Live Concerts: 11:00 AM – Southbound Band / 1:30 PM – Inda Eaton Band / 3:30 – Nancy Atlas Project

Cornhole Tournament hosted by Southampton Village EMS Departments. Registration 11am-12:30pm – play starts at 1pm. $20 per team, winner gets half with the balance donated to Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance.

Taste of the East End food vendors and food trucks 

Southampton Farmers Market

Safety Demonstrations by Southampton’s Fire & EMS Departments

Family entertainment including caricatures, juggling and much more!

“Community is Key” Scavenger Hunt sponsored by Southampton Kiwanis Club

Sidewalk Sales throughout the Village.

ART ZONE on the grounds of 25 Jobs Lane:
Art, Photography, Jewelry and Fine Crafts Vendors sponsored by Southampton Artists Association. Plus food, refreshments and live music by Local Motion and Eastbound Freight.