SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – On September 9th and 10th, downtown Springfield will host the 50th annual Mattoon Street Arts Festival

On Saturday, the festivities will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Sunday, the festivities will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Strolling entertainers will perform throughout the event.

This year’s festival will feature a number of talented musical artists, including the father-daughter “power duo” Adelaide Punkin, violinist Stacia Filipiak, double bassist Joel Meginksy, accordionist Paul Grzebieniowski, and fifer William Hart.

The following vendors will be offering food items and beverages:

  • Granny’s Baking Table
  • SouLao’d Kitchen
  • Wicked Whisk
  • Nosh
  • Thai Chili Food Truck
  • Monsoon Roastery
  • Vegan Pizza Land
  • Moe’s Dogs
  • P’Frogi by Irida
  • Island Cow Ice Cream
  • Allechant Macarons
  • CremeBru.LA
  • Sweet Babu’s
  • Vermont Vermouth
  • Easthampton Cider
  • Wicked Good Treats by Elaine
  • Salt Box Seasonings
  • Patty Cakes Gourmet Cakes
  • Everythang Sauce
  • Tribe Power Bites

Mattoon Street is located near the Springfield Museums of Chestnut Street. The TD Bank parking lot on Dwight Street and Harrison Avenue is a free parking lot for the Festival.  On weekends, on-street parking is free.

Local News

Kayleigh Thomas is a digital reporter who has been a part of the 22News team since 2022. Follow Kayleigh on Twitter @kayleighcthomas and view her bio to see more of her work.