2018 Guide to Long Island Street Fairs

Long Island street fairs are early indicators of flip flop weather. Food trucks, artisans, craft vendors and entertainers—the opportunity for exploration rises with every inch of mercury. Put on your best walking shoes and let the festivals work their magic.

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2018 Garden Festival at Tanger Outlets Riverhead

For four days, shop for locally grown annuals, perennials, shrubs and ornamental trees just in time for Mother’s Day. And when hunger pangs strike there will be fresh baked pies from the renowned Briermere Farms onsite. May 10, 9am-6pm, May 11, 9am-6pm, May 12, 9am-6pm, May 13, 9am-1pm Click to go

Long Beach Chamber Boardwalk Fair

This is 2.2 miles of fun. Visitors can spend the afternoon shopping, munching and walking along the tranquil pier with beautiful ocean views. May 12, May 13, 10am-6pm Click to go

North Babylon Street Fair & Community Festival 2018

Rain or shine, head to Deer Park Avenue for food-eating contests (think wings and doughnuts), inflatable rides and fine crafts. May 20, 11am-6pm Click to go

Bethpage Street Fair 2018

Come for the artisanal and craft vendors and stay for the vintage, high-quality products. The live entertainment and fun food don’t hurt either. May 20, 10am-5pm Click to go

Southampton Treasures and Collectibles Fair, Southampton History Museum

What’s old is new to an antique shopper and at this fair visitors can peruse vintage furniture, jewelry, textiles, glass, ceramics, artwork and collectibles. May 26, 9am-4pm Click to go

22nd Annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival, Downtown Riverhead

Join in a celebration of the arts with street painting, a fine arts and crafts fair, live music, dance and gourmet food trucks. May 27, 12pm-5pm Click to go

Babylon Village Art & Music Festival

Spend the day exploring the village, shopping the craft vendors and chowing down on delicious brick oven pizza and BBQ fare. June 2, 11am-5pm Click to go

Franklin Square Kiwanis Spring Street Fair

For the 17th year, this half-mile long fair is returning to Franklin Square and it’s taking its giant craft mall of more than 100 vendors, car show, food court and live entertainment along for the ride. June 3, 10am-5pm Click to go

28th Annual HarborFest Dock Day & Craft Fair, Port Washington Town Dock

Spend the day by the water with entertaining activities ranging from bay cruises, a model boat regatta and nautical museum exhibits to a handmade craft fair and a tasty food court. June 3 Click to go

Annual Massapequa Chamber Street Festival

Music, food, entertainers and vendors, enough said. June 3, 11am-6:30pm Click to go

7th Annual Farmingville Street Fair

Take in the sights and sounds of Farmingville with a beer garden, live music, classic cars and over 150 vendors specializing in crafts, toys, jewelry, clothing and accessories. June 10, 10am-5pm Click to go

Annual Great Neck Street Fair

More than 150 vendors will exhibit jewelry, accessories, clothing and home décor. Food and music will also be on the agenda. June 10, 10am-5pm Click to go

Alive After Five, Main Street Patchogue

Visitors can enjoy six stages of live music, food trucks, beer and vendors. It’s now spanning three months. June 28, July 19, Aug. 2, Aug. 16, 5pm Click to go

Alive on 25, Main Street Riverhead

Main Street will be trafficless for a pop-up musical festival that offers local craft beverages and wine, restaurant samplings, artist exhibitions and family-friendly activities. There will also be a car show. July 5, July 12, July 26, Aug. 9, 5pm-9:30pm Click to go

Kings Park’s Monday on Main

The Kings Park Chamber of Commerce will be hosting this new event filled with music, food and family fun. July 9, 6pm-9pm Click to go

Montauk Historical Society Craft Fair, Second House Museum

There’s a reason this fair has been around since 1971. Artisans from all over the East Coast will come to Montauk to showcase and sell their work. July 14, July 15 and Aug. 11, Aug. 12, 10am-6pm Click to go

Famous Food Festival “Taste the World” Tanger Outlets Deer Park

If the name didn’t give it away, this festival was made for foodies. Think over 45 unique food vendors representing dishes from around the world, live chef demonstrations, music and a beer and wine garden. July 14, July 15, 10am-6:30pm Click to go

Sayville Summerfest 2018

Taking place for three days, this event promises to be epic. There will be over 200 craft and food vendors, plus rides and games. Aug. 10, Aug. 11, Aug. 12 Click to go