THE NATIONAL ROAD FESTIVAL / PIKE DAYS

The National Road Festival is a blend of history, music, arts & crafts, food, children’s activities, fireworks and an authentic wagon train. This annual festival celebrates the historic National Road, the first federal road commissioned within the United States which helped to establish settlements from the East to the West. The festival is held the third weekend every May. Period clothing will be worn by many but is not required. Be sure to also discover our shoppes, restaurants, and beautiful scenery.
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Music • Food Vendors • Restaurants • Art & Crafts • Shoppes • Wagon Train • Fireworks Sunday at Dusk • And More!

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS


Saturday, May 21

10am – Opening Ceremony
11am – B&B Dance Studio
12pm – Scotty Spahr
1:30pm – Wagon Train Arrives
2:30pm – Lady and the Tramps
4:30pm – Coal Patch Killing Floor

Sunday, May 22
10:30am – Heaven Bound Ministries Community Church Service
1pm – Tap ‘N’ Shoes Dance Studio
2pm – Legacy Dance Studio
3:15 – Gregg Johnson
6pm – Ruff Creek
*Fireworks at Dusk*

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VILLAGE LOCATION
2168 E National Pike, Scenery Hill, PA 15360
https://goo.gl/maps/x2cSyWzk7kG2
HISTORY OF THE FESTIVAL
The annual National Road Festival / National Pike Festival is known as the “world’s longest festival” happening along 300 miles of the Historic National Road, the first federal road built in the United States between 1811 and 1837. The National Road helped establish settlements from the East to the West, and is also known as ‘Route 40’ in Pennsylvania. To learn more about the National Road Corridor: www.nationalroadpa.org
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ART + CRAFT + FOOD + VENDORS & FESTIVAL SPONSORSHIP
Please email: pikedaysshc@gmail.com (Include a description of what you make & please no direct sale vendors)