Plan a Visit to Cleveland’s Fried Pickle Festival This Fall

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Are you a fan of fried pickles? Then don’t miss Cleveland’s fourth annual Fried Pickle Festival this September, which features arts and crafts vendors, live music all day, a petting zoo, game trucks, and, of course, plenty of fried pickles to enjoy. In fact, all food vendors are required to have them on the menu.

Attendees can take on the challenge of participating in competitions including pickle juice drinking, pickle ice cream eating and pickle shaved ice eating contests.

There will also be several activities for children, including pony rides, face painting and bounce houses. And Mr. Pickle himself will make an appearance for photo ops and meet-and-greets throughout the day.

This year’s event takes place Sept. 19 at Greenway Park in Cleveland from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Please contact festival organizers for the most up-to-date information at, (423) 462-5195 or

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