No Fest: A guide to food, vendors and entertainment

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The Seymour Brewing Company’s No Fest begins Thursday (October 1), and this festival is packed with fun and some of your favorite things.

The festival begins at 11 a.m. Thursday and runs through Saturday. It even includes breakfast on Saturday. There are less than 30 tickets available for the beer garden, so contact the Brooklyn Pizza Company/Seymour Brewing Company for beer garden ticket information. You can still access the food and regular vendors without the price of the beer garden admission.

Organizers are asking those who attend to wear a mask.

Look no further than here for the schedule of events, food and other vendors as the Jackson County Visitor Center has you covered! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – or here on our website – to keep up!


Sati Babi – Marinated pork on a stick, which has been a popular feature at Seymour Oktoberfest.

Junkyard BBQ – A popular BBQ truck that offers a variety of meals and homemade ice cream.

Zion Lutheran Church – Apple Dumplings, which have been a staple at the Seymour Oktoberfest for a long time.

Brooklyn Pizza Company – Local pizza shop with an extensive menu.

*You can access food vendors without paid admission to the beer garden.


Running On Faith and Glitter
Pink Zebra & Color Street 
Hometown Girls Jewelry Co. – Handmade polymer clay earrings(Abby Hackman)
Genuine GG – Shirts, flags, wine bags, totes, personalized items (Anita F. Gault)
Paparazzi independent consultant
Randy’s Laser – Wood, glass, stainless steel etched with a laser.
LuLaRoe – Clothing items.
Blessed Farms – Goat Milk Products and knit kitchen/bath items.
Chalk Couture – Home decor, holiday decor, pillows and DIY kits.
Waymaker Ministries, Inc. – Candy, kids’ grab bags and small toys, glow toys, and Spin the Wheel game.
Barger – Wreaths, Fall , Halloween & Christmas Wreaths’ & Floral Arrangements. Hope Barger
Hair Wraps by Christy – Hair wraps, homemade goodies and more.
Tie Dye by Rays – Hand dyed items.
Usborne Books and More – Children’s books. Infant-middle school.
Harm Reduction Works; Human lives matter – Naloxone (the overdose reversal) and pamphlets and info for services in the community whether that be for food, health insurance, mental health services, and referrals for any other needs.
Matilda Jane – Clothing, handmade gumball bead keychains.
Liviemae – Candles and masks.
Magpie Mindy – Jewelry and accessories.
Jackson County Dog Shelter – “Nofest 2020” tshirts and sweatshirts.
PhotoTBerry – Landscape photography.
You Are My Sunshine Boutique
Simple Sweets by Jenel
Sweet Little Things
SMX Staffing
Kim’s Custom Creations
*You can access vendors without paid admission to the beer garden.

Beer Garden information

Only 150 tickets are being sold (less than 30 remain) so social distancing can be maintained. Tickets are $60, which includes three days into the festival and breakfast Saturday morning by Townhouse Cafe. Tickets are available at Seymour Brewing Company and the Brooklyn Pizza Company. More than a dozen Seymour Brewing Company beers will be on tap.

Music and Event Schedule

Thursday, October 1

11 a.m.: Opening ceremony.

11:15 a.m.: Rich Hampton.

2 p.m.: Bomar & Ritter.

5 p.m.: Stein Hoist with Festival Music by a DJ.

5:45 p.m.: Levi Croquart.

6:30 p.m.: Past Tense.

8:45 p.m.: Steve Wilson Jr.

Friday, October 2

11 a.m.: Festival Music by a DJ.

Noon: Bomar & Ritter

2:30 p.m.: Festival Music by a DJ.

3:30 p.m.: Mike Russell.

5:30 p.m.: Exotic Species.

7 p.m.: Jake Cruser.

9 p.m.: Brent James & the Vintage Youth.

Saturday, October 3

9 a.m.: Kegs and Eggs, Ritch Hampton.

Noon: The Dew Daddies.

2:30 p.m.: The Crane Hill Band.

6 p.m.: Brad Treadway.

8:30 p.m.: Kill’N Smalls.

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