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September Events in Delaware

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Arden Fair
Held the Saturday of Labor Day, this century-old tradition offers an antiques market for crafts, games, food and music in laid-back Arden.

Brandywine Festival of the Arts
This annual fest features hundreds of juried artists exhibiting works at Brandywine Park’s Josephine Gardens in Wilmington.

Hagley Car Show
View more antique and restored cars dating from the early 1900s to the 1980s at Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington.

Polish Festival
This annual event held on the Wilmington riverfront features traditional Polish food, music, dancing and a packed midway.

Oktoberfest
Delaware Saengerbund in Newark serves authentic German foods and beverages.

Art on the Green
The New Castle Hundred Lions Club hosts this annual show of arts, crafts and music at Battery Park in New Castle.

Fringe Wilmington Festival
Fringe is an annual celebration of unconventional art that includes performances, exhibitions, film screenings and a filmmaking competition at venues in Wilmington.

NASCAR at Dover International Speedway
Dover plays host to three different NASCAR series races during the three-day weekend.

Riverwalk Freedom Festival
This three-day event along the Mispillion River is Milford’s largest annual outdoor festival.

Bethany Beach Jazz Funeral
Bid farewell to summer during this quirky tradition held on the boardwalk each Labor Day.

Bethany Boardwalk Arts Festival
More than 100 fine artists display and sell their work. A silent auction is also held.

Nanticoke Powwow
Held in Millsboro each September, the powwow is a glimpse of our bygone native culture, as well as traditions from tribes across the country.

Dewey Beach Music Conference and Festival
The festival features 150 bands playing at various venues.

Elvis Festival
More than 20 Elvis tribute artists share two stages at the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach.
 

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