Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (July 31, 2020) – It is with a heavy heart that Destination Sturgeon Bay Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Harvest Festival. After consulting with many partners, including vendors, local businesses, the City Sturgeon Bay, and Door County Health Department, we believe that this is the best decision for the safety of our community, vendors, and attendees. Harvest Fest is a destination festival and that can bring up to 7,500 attendees and features over 50 vendors from across the state for the one-day event.
The 20th Annual Street Art Auction, Cherries Jubilee, will still take place virtually on September 19. More details regarding the live auction will be released in the coming weeks. Bidding is currently OPEN for all 25 projects. More information regarding the Cherries Jubilee Street Art Project can be found online at SturgeonBay.net or at the Destination Sturgeon Bay Welcome Center.
Destination Sturgeon Bay Board of Directors know how important Harvest Fest and the many other canceled events are to our local businesses and community. DSB Staff and Board of Directors are actively pursuing additional community activities for our businesses and community to safely take part in. For more information on these activities, please visit SturgeonBay.net.
Destination Sturgeon Bay appreciates your support and understanding during this difficult time and we look forward to welcoming Harvest Fest back to Sturgeon Bay on September 18, 2021.