Fishers Freedom Festival June 28 and 29. Join Andi Hauser as she emcees the 5K on Saturday morning and follow the WISH-TV Gr8 Health team Brooke, Robb, Eric, Nina, Howard, and Amy the Face as they walk the parade route on Sunday afternoon.
The annual Fishers Freedom Festival, which offers multiple activities, events and food for all ages is held at the Roy G. Holland Memorial Park (1 Park Drive) off Holland Drive & Ellipse Parkway in Fishers. This free event offers fine arts & crafts, food & business vendors, live music, 5K Event, K-9 demonstrations, Children’s Tent, Street Dance, Children’s Parade, Main Parade, Fireworks and much more to the 50,000 attendees who come from all over the U.S. each year.
The Festival occurs annually on the last Saturday & Sunday in June. It kicks off on Saturday morning with the 5K Event. The public may park at Holland Park at a small cost per vehicle. Free parking is available at Town of Fishers Municipal Complex with a free shuttle running approximately every 15 minutes during Festival hours.
Even though the event is at no charge, the Festival encourages participants to donate canned foods, new toys, baby food, nonperishable goods, school supplies and/or toiletries for admittance. These items go to various non-profits organizations such as the Festival’s “Roy Holland Backpacks for Kids” program and the Good Samaritan of Hamilton County. The Festival also accepts donations year-round of items to be used in the Children’s Tent for different crafts. Those items include buttons and clean baby-food jars with lids; please remove the labels.