There are two months in the year when festivals are the most popular in North Alabama. One is May because it’s finally warming up. September is the other because it is finally cooling down. As the temps dip down below scorching, make plans to attend some or all of these fun North Alabama festivals to celebrate the arrival of fall.

Oka Kapassa: Return to Coldwater Festival in Tuscumbia – September 7-8
www.okakapassa.org

Oka Kapassa: Return to Coldwater Festival in Tuscumbia

Decatur Riverfest – September 14-15
www.mosaicnorthal.org/riverfest.html

Decatur Riverfest

Boom Days – September 14-15
www.boomdays.org

Boom Days

Hartselle Depot Days – September 15
www.hartsellechamber.com

Hartselle Depot Days

Red Bay Founder’s Fest – September 15
www.cityofredbay.org

Red Bay's Founder Fest

Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride - September 15

www.al-tn-trailoftears.net

trail of tears pic

Monte Sano Art Festival - September 15-16

www.artshuntsville.org/monte-sano-art-festival

Monte Sano Art Festival

Winfield’s Mule Day – September 21-22
www.winfieldcity.org

Winfield's Mule Day

Racking Horse Show at Celebration Arena - September 21-29

www.rackinghorse.com

racking horse pic

Eva Frontier Days – September 22-29
www.northalabama.org/do/festivals-events/detail/eva-art-guild

Eva Frontier Days

River Clay Fine Arts Festival – September 22-23
www.riverclay.org

River Clay Fine Arts Festival

McGee Farm's Pumpkin Patch - September 29 - October 31

McGee Farm Pumpkins