Youth Stage Lineup

Look for the following performances on the Youth Stage at the Round Hill Baptist Church tomorrow after the Memorial Ceremony:

11:30 a.m. WOODGROVE HS BELLETONES (a cappella ensemble)



1:00 p.m. WOODGROVE HS THEATER (SpongeBob Reprise)


Just a part of all the free family-friendly fun at the 18th Annual Round Hill Hometown Festival!

Road Closures Saturday

Round Hill residents should be aware of moving road closures in and around Town due to the Hometown Festival 5k and Parade. Roads along both routes (pictured below) will be closed immediately in advance of each event and will be reopened as the last runner/final parade entrant passes through.

General timing of impacts will be approximately 7:45-8:45 a.m. for the 5k and 8:30-10:45 for the parade.

Residents and visitors are asked to refrain from parking cars on the side of the road along either route between early Saturday morning and the conclusion of the parade.

The 5k begins and ends at Round Hill Elementary School. The parade begins on Greenwood Drive, adjacent to Niels Poulsen Park, and then winds through Greenwood Commons, Hillwood Estates and the old part of Round Hill. 

Parade registration and line up begins at 8:15 a.m. At 9:30 a.m., the parade heads west on Greenwood Drive, across Main Street to Lee Drive, south on Jackson, east on Pickett, north on Longstreet, east on Hampton, south on Main, east on Loudoun to Town Park.

The 5k and parade both take place rain or shine.

Register for the parade online through

Festival 5k Route (left) and Parade Route (right)

The Festival, the Festival! How to Get to the Festival

While most people prefer to walk or bike to the Festival, for those who need to bring their cars, general parking will be available at the following locations:

  • Round Hill United Methodist Church (11 W. Loudoun Street)
  • Round Hill Town Office and NGSC (21 and 23 Main Street)
  • Round Hill Center (20 High Street)
  • Round Hill Elementary School (17115 Evening Star Drive)

Handicapped parking will be available at Round Hill Smile Design (2 W. Loudoun Street).

Entertainers in the Town Park are invited to park at C’est Bon (4 W. Loudoun Street) and Youth Stage Entertainers may park in the side lot of the Round Hill Baptist Church (9 W. Loudoun Street).

Please DO NOT park in private business lots except where noted above, or along the 5k or parade routes, or on North Locust Street (which would impede the Downhill Derby).

Rain, rain, go away

While we hope it won’t RAIN ON OUR PARADE on Saturday, we would be remiss not to mention the Festival’s rain plan, in case we do end up SINGING IN THE RAIN:

* 5K RACE is rain or shine
* PARADE is rain or shine
* DOWNHILL DERBY is cancelled if the road is wet enough to make steering/braking unsafe
— Occasional showers — we will continue with our normal schedule as much as possible, shutting down only what/when we have to
— Complete washout — if by Thursday, May 26, it looks like there will be rain all day on Saturday, we will plan to relocate as much of the music, crafts and food as possible to the gym, cafeteria, hallway and parking lots of Round Hill Elementary School; alcohol sales will not be allowed

In the event of rain cancellations or schedule changes, updates will be posted on the Festival’s Facebook page:

Event Schedule for 2022

Everything you know and love about the Round Hill Hometown Festival is back — next week! The 18th Annual* Hometown Festival returns on Saturday, May 28, all day in “downtown” Round Hill! It’s free, fun and family-friendly!


8 am – 5k and kids’ fun run
9:30 am – Parade
10:45 am – Memorial Ceremony
11:15 am – Music at the Town Park Stage
2 pm – Pie-eating contest
3 pm – Downhill Derby
5 pm – Dinner and evening concerts in the Town Park

10 am to 2 pm – Open House at Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department
11 am to 4 pm – Childrens Fair and Youth Stage at the Round Hill Baptist Church
11:30 am to 4 pm – Amusement rides throughout Town


10:15 am – Loudoun Jazz Ensemble (Jazz)
11:30 am – Mayhem Magical Circus (children’s performer)
12:30 pm – Justin Trawick and the Common Good (Americana)
3:30 pm – The Fly Birds (bluegrass)
5 pm – Craggy Island (Irish Celtic)
7 pm – Merlin & Friends (rock’n’roll/country crossover)

It’s the Best Day of the Year in Round Hill!

2022 Main Stage Entertainment Lineup

The Round Hill Hometown Festival is excited to announce our full-day entertainment lineup on the Town Park Stage:

❤️ 10:15/11:00 a.m.: LOUDOUN JAZZ ENSEMBLE — before, during and after the Memorial Ceremony

💙 11:30 a.m.: MAYHEM MAGICAL CIRCUS — children’s performer

❤️ 12:30 p.m.: JUSTIN TRAWICK & THE COMMON GOOD — Americana


❤️ 3:30 p.m.: THE FLY BIRDS — old time and bluegrass

💙 5 p.m.: CRAGGY ISLAND — Irish Celtic duo

❤️ 7 p.m.: MERLIN & FRIENDS — rock and roll/country crossover band. They played as a trio in front of Tammy’s during October’s FestiFall and will be back as a 5-piece band ready to rock the Town Park Stage!

FOOD & DRINK will be available for purchase in and around the park all day, including BEER, WINE and CIDER after 5 p.m., and tables will be set up in the Park under the big tents! (More details on food options coming up SOON!)

Lawn chairs and picnic blankets are welcome — but don’t expect to be sitting for long: The dance floor beckons!

Come early and plan to stay all day!

T-Shirt Design Chosen

Congratulations to Carly Simokaitis! Her design will be featured on this year’s Hometown Festival T-shirt.

Thank you to all the young artists who submitted designs this year!

Shirts will be available for purchase from the Town Office the week before the Festival and at the Information Table at the Town Park on the day of the Festival (while supplies last; size and availability cannot be guaranteed).