FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS



Where can I buy blueberries and blueberry products?
Blueberries and blueberry products are available at the Blueberry Central Market located at the Huron Street Pavilion (Friday and Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-2).  There is also a vendor area along the Riverfront, with additional hours. If you want to pick your own blueberries or visit a blueberry farm, be sure to check out our agriculture partners on the Blueberries Page!
 
What is Blueberry Central Market?
Blueberry Central Market is located at the Huron Street Pavilion (see festival map).  Here you can purchase fresh blueberries, blueberry pies, jams, plants, teas, jewelry and more amazing products! Hours are Friday and Saturday, 10-5, and Sunday 10-2.
 
Where can I buy Blueberry Festival T-shirts?
T-shirts are available at the Blueberry Festival Swag Mobile near the Riverfront Main Stage, and at N & R Department Store in downtown South Haven. You can also purchase online from our Merch Store (coming soon).
 
Where is the Blueberry Festival Craft Fair?
The Blueberry Festival Craft Fair is located in Stanley Johnston Park (see festival map).  The Craft Fair hours are Saturday, 10-5, and Sunday, 10-4. The closest shuttle stop to the craft fair is the Warren Center on Williams Street. Then just cross over the bridge, and you are there!
 
RETURNING IN 2022 What are the Beverage Tent hours?
The Beverage Tent is be open Thursday 4pm - 10pm,  Friday and Saturday from 11am - 10pm.  It is located in the Riverfront Park near the Riverfront Stage and features Southwest Michigan’s finest craft beer, wine, and cider.
 
Is the Festival dog-friendly?

We do not encourage dogs at the Blueberry Festival. Though dogs are allowed in some areas of the festival, many events, activities, and locations are not dog-friendly. Also, consider that there are a lot of people, tons of activity, and loud noises, which can be overwhelming to even gregarious, friendly dogs. In addition, festival week is often very hot. While dogs are not strictly banned, we highly recommend that you leave your furry friend at home.