Hops and Harvest will feature 40+ local and small businesses, including craft breweries, cideries, food vendors, artisans and makers, and much more. Our current vendors include:
Hops & Harvest will be returning to Area 8 — Conservation Halton’s newest park — in 2023. Offering a unique landscape and breaktaking views, Area 8 provides the perfect backdrop for festival-goers to enjoy live music and performances, beer and cider tastings, fall actvities, and an extensive vendor marketplace. Hops & Harvest also puts great emphasis on family fun, with an entire area of the festival dedicated to kids programming, including family-friendly entertainment at our Kids Zone stage, giant lawn games, face painting, and much more.
With so much to see, do, and enjoy, the event draws a truly diverse demographic from across the GTHA. Apply today to be a part of our marquee fall event!
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