The Manayunk Development Corporation is pleased to announce the 2015 26th Annual Manayunk Arts Festival. This year we invite you to share in the tradition of excellence at the tri-state's largest outdoor, juried arts festival. Celebrating 26 years of presenting the best variety of fine arts and crafts from across the country, nearly 200,000 collectors, buyers, and designers will visit Main Street for this event. This year we have nearly 300 artists that will showcase their work along historic Main Street in Manayunk.
We will also once again feature for the third year, our Emerging Artist Tent! This year we will be featuring even more local talent. Whether they are young talent just getting into the business or artists who want to begin to make a name for themselves, you will see their wide range of talents all in one tent on the intersection of Main and Roxborough Streets!
The Manayunk Arts Festival is always a rain or shine event! Come dressed according to the weather and make sure you stay hydrated! Getting here is also easy: by train, bus, bike, or shuttle, there are many ways you can visit the Manayunk Arts Festival!
Public Transportation: For schedules and fare rates, contact SEPTA at (215) 580-7800 or on the web at www.septa.org for more information.
Trail Directions: Stay active and remain eco-friendly by biking to the Manayunk Arts Festival! Take Kelly Drive from Center City or the Schuylkill River Trail from all parts of the Philadelphia region. Visit the Bike Coalition of Greater Philadelphia for more details and biking maps.
Shuttle Buses: Shuttle buses will run from two different parking lots down to the Manayunk Arts Festival. Pick up the shuttles at 555 City Avenue or at the Ivy Ridge Train Station on Umbria Street and for a $3 round trip donation (kids ride for FREE) to North Light Community Center you can be dropped off right at the entrance to the festival! Parking lots are available in both of those locations. The City Avenue shuttle will also make a stop at the corner of Shurs Lane below Ridge Avenue and the Ivy Ridge shuttle will also stop at Parker Avenue and Silverwood Street. Shuttles from from 11AM-7PM on Saturday and Sunday.