A merged chamber of commerce and economic development group.
Saturday, August 29, 2020
2020 marks the 11th Boom-Fest celebration. Boom-Fest is an annual Arts & Crafts Festival in downtown Vinton, Iowa, promoted by Vinton Unlimited, Vinton’s merged non-profit Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development group. Artisans and crafters, farmers market and food vendors are welcomed to the downtown streets of Vinton. Kids activities and live entertainment fill the time slot with a family-friendly street fair type atmosphere for all to enjoy.
Event Update 7/21/2020:
At this point, we are continuing to make plans to hold Boom-Fest on Saturday, August 29 as scheduled. A final decision will be made on or before Tuesday, August 11th.
This year’s event will definitely include some changes. Some possibilities include spreading vendors out more to allow for more space in between booths, having hand sanitizer stations available, one-way shopper flow and a few other things.
We plan to continue to monitor the situation across the state and Benton County and will rely on information from our public health experts. If conditions were to regress and we would need to cancel the event, we would hope to make that decision in July.
For more information about Boom-fest, call the Vinton Unlimited office at 319-472-3955 or email email@example.com
February 10 – Applications available
August 7 – Registration closes. No vendors will be accepted after this date.
August 29 – Boom-Fest!
Download the 2020 application now!
Norwex, LeeAnn’s Creations, Thirty One, The Salty Hog, Scentsy, Stover’s Crafty Creations, Jennings Winery, Color Street Nails, Origami Owl, Ah Jeez, Talliha Designs, Creative Crafts & More, Heartland Creative Designs, Aunt Chrispy’s Creations, Diva’s Den, Paparazzi, Campbell Fine Art, Custom Colors Artwork, Limelife by Alcone, The Wild Raven, Rusty Nail Creations, Pampered Chef, Sue’s Handwoven Rugs & Crafts, Wicked Sweets, Usborne Books & More, Crafty Creations Stained Glass
Arts, Craft & Repurposed Vendors set up on 4th Street
Food Vendors open on 4th Street
Downtown Stores open with Boom-Fest specials