Ashburn VillageFest


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The community comes together once again for Ashburn Village’s biggest event of the year — VillageFest – held September 12-14, 2019!

The 3-day event features a packed schedule complete with family-friendly entertainment, including carnival rides, live music, and games. Plenty of food for all and a wine and beer garden round out the drink options for adult attendees, too!

The live music schedule includes jams by The Reflex and Killer Tofu, so make sure to plan your visits accordingly!

Admission and parking for VillageFest are free.

What: Ashburn Village Fest
When: September 12-14, 2019; find the time(s) here
Where: Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion, 20585 Ashburn Village Blvd., Ashburn, VA 20147
Event Details: Find them here

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