Invite a friend
The Strange Folk Festival
September 29th-30th 2012 10a.m.-6p.m. at Community Park O'Fallon, IL
FREE ADMISSION 150 Indie Artists & Crafters! 8=10 Bands! Lots of free activities for kids! Mayhem! GNOMES! WINNER! Riverfront Times BEST OF ST. LOUIS
Strange Folk Festival takes place at: Community Park 401 E. 5th St. O’Fallon, IL 62269
From Downtown St. Louis (West of O’Fallon):
-Take I-64 E —> 13.2 m (from the river) -Take Exit 16 toward O’Fallon/Shiloh -Turn Left onto Greenmount Rd.—> 2 miles -Turn Right onto W US HWY-50/Lincoln Ave—> 1 miles -Turn Left onto Parkview Drive (immediately past Mcdonalds and Hardees -Community Park is on your right, you’ll see tents and signs on the north end. You are at Strange Folk! -Street Parking is free and allowed on most streets in neighborhoods around the perimeter of the park.
Take the Metrolink
Saturday -Ride the Metro to the Scott AFB/Shiloh Station -Take Bus #12 Westbound to Community Park in O’Fallon on HWY 50 – You will see Strange Folk banners on the trees in front. -Or, Bike to Community Park Sunday (No bus service from Scott AFB Station) -Ride the Metro to the Fairview Heights Station -Bike to Community Park
Bicyclists Please Note: Bus #12 does not have a bike carrier! You can lock your bikes on racks at either of these Metro Stations and take the bus. If you would like to skip the bus, It is approximately 5 miles from the Scott AFB Station to Community Park. This is the route that Google Maps suggests. It takes you through suburban/rural areas. There is, for the most part, room on the shoulder and these streets are frequented by runners and bicyclists, but as always, use caution!
From Mt. Vernon, IL (East of O’Fallon):
-Take I-64 W towards St. Louis -Take Exit 16 towards O’Fallon/Shiloh -Turn Right onto Greenmount Rd.—> 2 miles -Turn Right onto W US HWY-50/Lincoln Ave—> 1 miles -Turn Left onto Parkview Drive (immediately past Mcdonalds and Hardees) -Community Park is on your right, you’ll see tents and signs on the north end. You are at Strange Folk! -Parking is allowed around the perimeter street blocks of the park, and in designated lots accessible by driving a block further east on Hwy 50 and turning left on S. Hilgard St.
Coming from another direction?
Map it using your favorite software or website, or a good ‘ol fashioned map! Here is our address:
401 E. 5th St.
O’Fallon, IL 62269