What’s for dinner?
Expect to be well fed with classics like burgers, chicken tenders, grilled chicken, Carfagna brats & italian sausage, roasted corn on the cob, fresh-cut french fries, and pizza as well as the “festival favorites such as cotton candy, funnel cakes, popcorn, nachos, sno cones, pretzels, ice cream and more.
Whatever you choose, wash it down with an ice-cold beer, Pepsi products or a delicious lemon shake-up.
Friday: Fish & Fries
Saturday: Kielbasa and Kraut
Sunday: Meatball Sub
Come take a whirl on our family-friendly rides.
Swings, 100ft Big Slide, Carousel, Skyfighter, Frolic Spinner, the very popular Swinging Gym (can you make it over the top?) and many others for all ages.
Ride wrist bands will be sold at the festival for $13 and are good for admission to any ride (that day only) until 10:00 pm.
From 10:00 – 11:00 p.m. only ride tickets are accepted.
All in to win?
All the classic festival games: milkbottle toss, basketball, duck lolly, football toss, pop ring, tip up, win-a-fish, roll down, plus many more.
Money games include: Pot-o-Gold, Big Six, Instant Bingo, Money Wheel and others
You can by game tokens at the festival for $5 per bag of 20 (25 cents each).
Canned goods benefitting our St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry can be exchanged for free tokens, up to 20 per family at the canned goods donation booth until 10 pm each festival night.
Must be 21 or older to play
Texas Hold’ Em, Poker, food, drinks, and snacks. Open all three nights.
Friday August 30th
The Conspiracy Band
8:00pm – 11:00pm
Everything you’ve heard about this Conspiracy is true: it’s slick, funky, it’s soulful – and it never stops until everybody’s having a good time. With its three-piece horn section and four amazing vocalists, this group is one of the most sought after in the region.
Click here to learn more about The Conspiracy Band
Saturday August 31st
Swing’s the Thing
5:00pm – 7:15pm
Swing’s the Thing is a 16 piece big band playing hits from a variety of new artists, as well as big band hits playing tunes from the books of such legends as Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, and Woody Herman, just to name a few. “Swing’s the Thing’s” repertory covers a wide range of dance styles that include swing, rock, ballad, blues, cha-cha, rumba, mambo, samba, waltz, disco, foxtrot and polka.
Click here to learn more about Swing’s the Thing
8:00pm – 11:00pm
Matt Munhall is a pianist, composer, recording artist and performer whose songs are stylistically diverse and inspire reflection on the journey of life. His shows include a wide variety of classics in addition to songs from his six full length albums. Covers include songs of Sinatra, Beatles, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Billy Joel, Elton John, and other hall of fame artists.
Click here to learn more about Matt Munhall
Sunday September 1st
5:00pm – 7:00pm
Intergalactic rock band and champions of music, art and all things creative, blast off for adventure in their Space Winnebago, to spread their rockin’ tunes to all the children of the cosmos!
For over 10 years, The Shazzbots have been entertaining kiddos and parents of all ages with their unique brand of music, adventure and fun.
Click here to learn more about The Shazzbots
8:00pm – 11:00pm
The Reaganomics are the Midwest’s most exciting 80’s dance and party band. Based in Columbus, Ohio, The Reaganomics have become the area’s most electrifying eighties show. With the release of their latest CD, “Ten,” The Reaganomics have truly become the “must-see” act in the region.
Click here to learn more about the Reganomics
You can’t win if you don’t play!
Raffle tickets are available now – pick up a packet (or several) from the table in Marian Hall and return the completed tickets (with payment) to be included in 2019 St. Michael Festival Raffle.
Grand Prize $1500
Second – Eleventh Prizes $100 each. All prizes awarded on the last day of the festival and you do not have to be present to win.
Early Bird Drawing – $100
Turn in your tickets with payment before August 11th for an extra chance to win!
To return your raffle tickets:
♦ Place them in an envelope marked “Raffle” and drop in the collection basket
♦ Drop them off at the Parish Office
♦ Mail them to:
St. Michael Catholic Church
5750 N. High St.
Worthington OH 4385
Cake Me Away!
A festival favorite – tables loaded down with homemade baked goods – cupcakes, brownies, cookie bars, cake pops, even grandma’s homemade apple pie. If you’re lucky, you’ll also find some delicious ethnic treats such as fresh biscotti, cannoli or pizzelle.
For those with food sensitivities, there is a section of vegan, gluten free, nut free and dairy free items too.