Annual Area Events

Comfort Inn Huntingdon is a great place to stay for work or play! Centrally located, Comfort Inn Huntingdon is the near the best attractions and local events.

Hartslog Day - The Hartslog Day Heritage Festival is an annual event with high-quality craft vendors and demonstrators, food, entertainment and more.  Held the second Saturday of October every year on Main St., Alexandria, PA.  Admission is free to the public.  Held October 10, 2020

Creation Fest - is the largest Christian music festival in the Northeast that takes place the last week of June at the Agape Farm and Retreat Center in Mount Union, PA. The festival features prominent Christian rock bands as well as, speakers and seminars, dance parties, a skate park, and extreme sports and games.  Held June 24 - June 27, 2020.

Raystown Bike Fest - is a mountain bike enthusiast’s festival held each year at the campgrounds at Raystown Lake in May. This three day event features group rides on the Allegrippis Trails, skill sessions, an expo and demos, live music, and beer samplings from vendors. Held May 15 - 17, 2020.

The Huntingdon County Fair - The Huntingdon County Fair is held in August every year. It has been a tradition for more than 125 years. The fair is known as the premier agricultural exposition in Pennsylvania, second only to the State Farm Show.  Held August 9 - 15, 2020.

The Huntingdon Country Fair Farm Museum - There are almost 5,000 items that represent the agricultural and industrial history of Huntingdon County.

Chris Westfall - Join Nashville recording artist Chris Westfall when he returns for this popular annual concert at Raystown Lake’s Seven Points Amphitheatre on July 18, 2020.

Chris Collins and Members of Boulder Canyon - Join Chris Collins with members of Boulder Canyon when they return to the Raystown Lake region at Seven Points Amphitheater to perform their annual John Denver Tribute concert on September 6, 2020.

*Disclaimer: Event details may change at any time. Please contact the event organizer for more information on area events.