Blueberry FestivalLabor Day WeekendSeptember 3-6, 2021Plymouth, Indiana
Marshall County Blueberry Festival 888-936-5020    574-936-5020       E-MAIL US
While the Board of Director and our Volunteers have certainly worked diligently to put on our event, we have reached the point where we needed to make a final decision that it is not possible for us to be confident that we can realistically meet all the Governor Holcomb's requirements in the reopening of Indiana.

It's with the best interest and careful consideration of the welfare and safety for all the Vendors, Patrons, Volunteers and our County that we the Marshall County Blueberry Festival Board of Directors must cancel our 54th Annual Festival this year for September 4th- 7th, 2020.

We are heartbroken and will miss our 4-day festival this year but will come back strong in September 3rd- 6th 2021.

The festival is put on entirely by 15 board members, a festival coordinator and hundreds of volunteers whose hard work all year long makes this festival a reality every Labor Day Weekend. We would like to thank everyone who helps make this festival a huge success! Please be safe and see you in 2021.

Thank you volunteers,
we couldn't do it without you!

Mark your calendar, September 4-7, 2020
and plan to spend a day at the
Marshall County Blueberry Festival!

Festival Location
Centennial Park
1660 N. Michigan St.
Plymouth, IN 46563
Festival Office
233 East Jefferson St.
PO Box 639
Plymouth, IN 46563
Fax: 574-936-5127

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Native Americans used the leaves from blueberry bushes to produce tea which was said to be good for the blood. Native American tribes utilized every part of the plant.