Madison Festivals

Madison County Festivals and Events

Madison County is home to many festivals and events that attract visitors from across the country!

Rib and Jazz Festival The London Rib and Jazz Fest originated in 2008 and is held the first weekend in August. It features more than 5,000 pounds of mouth-watering ribs from local vendors and music that makes you want to move your hips!

The West Jefferson Ox Roast, held every Labor Day weekend, is a great community event that is truly a hit in the Columbus Region. Don't miss out! This festival sells out of the delicious sandwiches every year!

The London Strawberry Festival is held annually the Thursday, Friday, and Saturday after Father's Day in June. Located on ST RT 56, on the downtown historic streets of London. The festival has rides, games, food, strawberries, free nightly entertainment, the largest Cobra Car Show benefiting Cystic Fibrosis, and of course Strawberry Shortcake!

Farm Science Review London Ohio

Madison County is home to the Farm Science Review. This is a national event that draws nearly 150,000 people to Madison County.  It will be in its 56th year in 2018. The event is held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center where thousands of exhibitors showcase and demonstrate the latest technologies in agriculture and natural resources. 

Plain City Heritage Days

Our heritage is very important to residents in Madison County.  The Heritage Days Festival, held annually in May, celebrates the Amish heritage in Plain City. Enjoy live music, a vintage baseball game with 1860 rules, Amish food and baked goods, blacksmithing, antique farm equipment, horse and pony-drawn carriage rides and broom making.

This great event is free to the public and is sponsored by Dutchman Hospitality.

A full schedule of events is available! The schedule outlines year-round events in all of our communities. Our events calendar will detail weekly, monthly and annual events happening across our community.

Take a look and don't be afraid to reach out for more information; please contact Brynne Adkins by email or phone at 740-852-2250.