Dale Fall Festival: What You Need to Know

Dale Fall Fest

The Dale Fall Festival is the biggest town festival in Spencer County. This fall festival features local favorites, like Betsy Bingo, and timeless festival classics, like thirst-quenching lemon shake-ups.  

Dale Fall Fest Info: 


The Dale Fall Festival is a three-day festival celebrating the end of summer and the beginning of fall. You will find just what you expect from a fall festival, and so much more.  

Betsy Bingo is a special event you have to see to believe. Scrumptious treats like elephant ears and hard-to-find pronto pups are a worthy indulgence. And, tons of new additions will delight and entertain life-long attendees as well as newcomers.   


This town event has been a cornerstone celebration for the more than 50 years! Every year, locals and visitors look forward to the Dale Fall Festival the second week in September to celebrate community and the changing seasons.  


Everyone from toddlers to grandparents will have fun at the Dale Fall Festival! There’s something for every age group.  

Kids will enjoy playing games and taking the carnival rides for a whirl. Adults will love the live music and beer garden. And, everyone will appreciate the fun activities including the BMX Stunt Show and the Silly Safaris Live Animal Show.  


The festival grounds open at 4:00 pm CT on Thursday, September 6, 2018, and families can enjoy the festival through midnight Saturday, September 8, 2018.  

Click here for a complete schedule of events. 


You can find the Dale Fall Festival at Dale City Park. There is free street parking along the streets surrounding the Dale City Park.  

Between the new additions and traditional favorites, the 51st Annual Dale Fall Festival will entertain local supporters and visitors who are just passing through.  

If you’re visiting from out of town you can get directions here, and find plenty of places to rest your head after a long day of fun here.


This post was originally published September 2017.

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