The name says it all! A car lovers dream, enjoy historic Main Street filled with Corvettes from many different eras! 573-248-8923
Celebrate the beginning of summer with great craft beer, live music and summer fun in Central Park! This annual event will be sure to get you in the mood for [...]
Celebrate the beginning of summer with great craft beer, live music and summer fun in Central Park! This annual event will be sure to get you in the mood for summer! Fiesta del Sol is a day-long music festival that celebrates the summer solstice with live music, food, and craft beer.
Brews by Boulevard & Kraft and Live Music
Tickets $5 for ages 18 and up. $10 for beer sampling. Children 17 and under are free.
For information and tickets visit https://www.hannibalfiestadelsol.com/ or please call 573-221-1656.
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
N 4th St, Hannibal, MO 63401
Saturday June 30th 9:00 am Horseshoe Tournament Qualifying by Hannibal POPS Club @ Ringer Park 10:00 am Cornhole [...]
Saturday June 30th
9:00 am Horseshoe Tournament Qualifying by Hannibal POPS Club @ Ringer Park
10:00 am Cornhole Tournament by Hannibal Jaycees/Them Guys Cornhole @ Tanyard Gardens
5:30 pm Gates open @ Tanyard Gardens – National Recording Artist “Dylan Scott” with special guest “The Feudin’ Hillbillies”
Get your tickets at hannibaljaycees.org and now available at County Market in Hannibal, Palmyra and Quincy.
(Saturday) 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
320 South 3rd Street, Hannibal, MO
A Hannibal tradition for over 60 years, the National Tom Sawyer Days festival offers something for all ages and interests. Contests include the National Fence Painting Competition, the frog-jump contest [...]
A Hannibal tradition for over 60 years, the National Tom Sawyer Days festival offers something for all ages and interests. Contests include the National Fence Painting Competition, the frog-jump contest and the Tom & Becky Contest. Other activities include a huge craft festival, a mud volleyball tournament, horseshoe tournament, carnival rides, live music every night in the beer garden, and a spectacular fireworks display over the Mississippi River on the 4th of July. 573-795-6233
2018 Schedule of Events TBA
4 (Wednesday) - 7 (Saturday)
Hannibal Jaycees hannibaljaycees.org
Relive the early 1800s and experience Native American culture by visiting the third annual Bear Creek Rendezvous, to be held 9 a.m. to dusk Saturday, Aug. 11, and 9 a.m. [...]
Relive the early 1800s and experience Native American culture by visiting the third annual Bear Creek Rendezvous, to be held 9 a.m. to dusk Saturday, Aug. 11, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, at the Mark Twain Cave Complex, 300 Cave Hollow Road, in Hannibal.
The event, sponsored by Standing Bear Council, aims to educate attendees about tribal history and culture.
Coleberd is not Native American, she said, but having grown up in Wyoming, she does have an interest in the culture. To bring awareness of the Native American way of life, she enlisted the help of the Keokuk, Iowa, nonprofit Standing Bear Council, the mission of which is to educate about Native Americans.
The event will include demonstrations of primitive knife and tomahawk throwing, woodworking, flint napping, gun-ball making, tanning, pottery making and Native American cooking. Children’s games will be played, and Native American genealogy will be shared.
There also will be an open-air market and tribal music and dancing.
Teepees will be set up, too.
“There’s always at least one teepee. This is a family-oriented event, and my first goal for it was to have a teepee and have children ask questions about it,” Coleberd said.
Each year, the Bear Creek Rendezvous grows, as do Coleberd’s ideas for what else can be done the following year.
“This is still a small event, and although I think it will grow bigger each year, being small is OK because that’s the way it was back then,” Coleberd explained.
“Rendezvous” was 1800s trapper jargon for the sale and trade of furs, hides and other goods. Representatives of fur companies announced each spring or summer where they would drive their mule trains, and trappers then would set out with their skins and hides to meet the fur companies at those locations.
A rendezvous was known as a lively place where trappers, Native Americans and others would gather to dance, play music, feast, compete in contests of skill and, of course, trade and sell goods.
11 (Saturday) - 12 (Sunday)
Mark Twain Cave Complex
300 Cave Hollow Rd # 7097 County Road 453, Hannibal, MO 63401
Don your goggles and celebrate the Victorian inventions, industry & architecture of Hannibal’s Gilded Age! Cosplay, costume contests, historic homes tour, live music, vaudeville show, tea with Queen Victoria and more! 573-248-1819
There are waaaaaay too many fun events to list here, but all the FREE events and PREMIUM Steampunk Festival events can be found on the Big River Steampunk Festival website – www.bigriversteampunkfestival.com
Enjoy the fun and fantasy of this unique festival!
August 31 (Friday) - September 3 (Monday)
Historic Downtown Hannibal