We are so pleased to announce we are part of the Ohio Festivals and Events Association. So please bring your family and enjoy the weekend in wonderful Pike County Ohio in Piketon right along US 23. We are the last Full weekend in April.
Welcome to the Pike County Dogwood Festival
April 26-29, 2018
April 26-29, 2018
The last full weekend in April, rain or shine!
Come join us for the 48th annual Pike County Dogwood Festival April 26th - April 29th 2018.
We have daily entertainment, great food, royalty contests, tons of rides and other fun things to do for the kids, craft vendors as well as many other vendors, annual car show. And of course our Grand Parade!
Thanks for voting!
What is your favorite Dogwood Food item?
Pike County Dogwood Festival Opening Ceremonies
Opening Ceremony. Crowning of the Queen and music by the Piketon Rockin' Redstreaks. We look forward to seeing all of our old and new friends to celebrate the beginning of the Festival season.
Pike County Dogwood Festival FREE AMUSEMENT RIDES
Rides Operated by Classic Midway LLC will be FREE from 5pm to 7pm on Friday April 27th, 2018. Sponsored by the IOOF Lodge #323
Ticket info will be available online SOON!!!
The Pike County Dogwood Festival is excited to announce that POLARITY will be preforming for us this year! POLARITY is set to take the stage prior to the Josh Stewart Band on Saturday.
POLARITY is a group of Waverly High School choir students that have auditioned and formed a pop a cappella group. They are Waverly's first a cappella group! Polarity makes music using only their voices, while singing 7-part harmony!
Josh Stewart Band
JOSH STEWART BAND
Josh Stewart is a singer/songwriter from Lucasville, Ohio. Stewart recorded his first EP in Nashville in 2014 and it was released to several digital media stores. He is currently recording a new album in Nashville with Robert Venable as the producer. Stewart's music has been aired on radio stations across the eastern United States and overseas in Europe.
Aside from writing and performing, Josh is a music educator and classical musician. In May of 2016, he graduated from Marshall University with a B.A. in Music Education (4.0 G.P.A.). Stewart performs in orchestras, pits, and choirs as a French Hornist and vocalist. Stewart is currently the elementary music teacher at Waverly City Schools.