The Round Hill Hometown Festival is a full day of family-friendly fun in the heart of the small western Loudoun County town of Round Hill, Virginia. Held on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend in the Town Park on East Loudoun Street, the Festival features a slate of activities, including:
- 5k and Children’s Fun Run
- Parade (see info below)
- Memorial Ceremony
- Entertainment in the Town Park
- Pie-eating Contest
- Downhill Derby
- Community Dinner in the Park
- Evening Concert
All the activities are free and the entire Round Hill community is invited! Click here for the full schedule of activities throughout the day.
Food and Drink
Thanks to a wide variety of local vendors, there’s no need to leave the Festival to find something to eat or drink during the day. Options for 2018 will be posted when they are finalized in mid-May.
While most people prefer to walk or bike to the Festival, those who need to bring their cars, parking will be available at the Round Hill Baptist Church and the Round Hill United Methodist Church, both on West Loudoun Street.
The parade winds through Hillwood Estates and the old part of Round Hill, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Groups are encouraged to assemble and decorate floats/cars/trucks at Woodgrove Park and then proceed to the lineup point.
Line up begins at 9:00 a.m. on the corner of Evening Star and Hudson Street, heading south, down Jackson Avenue and Main Street to Town Park. The parade takes place rain or shine.
Register online through www.roundhillparade.com.