A Celebration of Art and Community

Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018
9am - 4pm

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Visit the Festival

Participate in the Festival

Cumberland Arts Goes to Market celebrates its 10th year on

Saturday, August 18, 2018 9am-4pm


Since 2009, Cumberland Arts, Inc. has produced a celebrated outdoor festival that joins arts with the Town of Cumberland Farmers Market creating an event that is known as Cumberland Arts Goes to Market.

More than 100 artists, craft vendors and farmers market vendors, entertainment, a silent auction, and a variety of great food - ranging from festival fare to food trucks - make this a GREAT summer day!

Festival day at Cumberland Arts Goes to Market starts easy with plenty of FREE parking and FREE event admission. Farmers Market Vendors open at 8am. Art and craft booths and other activities along Saturn Street in Cumberland, Indiana open at 9am. The festival has fun activities for kids and adults. With a wide range of price points and a varied selection of artwork, crafts and farmers market products, the festival offers something for everyone! Be sure to pick up a program so you'll know the entertainment schedule.

Cumberland Arts Goes to Market is held annually in cooperation with the Town of Cumberland the third Saturday in August.

The 2017 festival was supported by the following organizations and businesses.

Contact eventchair [a t ] cumberlandarts [dot] org to learn how you can be a sponsor of the 2018 festival.


Thank you to our generous sponsors and community partners!

Until the 2018 online registration is live, please contact us via email to make a booth reservation.
10 x10 Booth Fee: $40.00 before April 30
$70.00 after April 30.


Cumberland Arts, Inc. of Cumberland First Baptist Church exists to promote the appreciation of and participation in the arts within and beyond the Cumberland community. Be part of the more than 3,000 visitors that will enjoy a celebration of art and community.


2016 festival evaluation report by STEAM Workgroup.

Download/View the 2016 festival evaluation here