Auburn CityFest

Auburn CityFest

Saturday, Apr 24, 2021 from 9:00am to 4:00pm


Auburn CityFest

The Loveliest Arts and Crafts Festival on the Plains

Join the Auburn Parks and Recreation Department for a fun day filled with food, community and entertainment. 


All family entertainment activities are FREE to the public!  We invite you to join us and let your imagination run wild!

Todd Key

Todd Key is a one man club throwing, ball spinning, ladder balancing, torch manipulating, comedy EXTRAVAGANZAPALOOZA! Todd has been entertaining audiences as one half of the hilarious duo The Zucchini Brothers for over 20 years. He has performed at virtually every type of venue imaginable, including Corporate Meetings and Events, Renaissance Festivals, Library and School Shows, birthday parties, and more. Todd's verbal and spherical jocularities bind his audiences together, uniting them in a stage of obsequious fondness (folks have a lot of fun at his shows).

ArtFest Tent

Kids can enjoy free face painting, and other crafts at the ArtFest Tent sponsored by Auburn Parks and Recreation!

The Kreher Preserve and Nature Center

Did you know that there are 8,240 species of reptiles in the world? The Kreher Preserve and Nature Center's educational exhibit teaches about zoology, botany, geology, astronomy, food webs and habitats as well as environmental conservation and sustainability.


Southeastern Raptor Center

Want to get a closer look at the eagles that fly at football games? Then stop by the Auburn University Raptor Center! Visit with other feathered friends too, including falcons, hawks and owls.

Aubie The Tiger 

We can't have Auburn's largest outdoor festival without our favorite tiger! Aubie will make a special appearance to visit with CityFest guests.

Musical Entertainment

Auburn Community Orchestra

Richard Prior, an award-winning composer and conductor, is the new Conductor of the Auburn Community Orchestra! The ACO is dedicated to the mission of presenting orchestral concerts to the citizens of Auburn, Opelika, and East Alabama and to promote awareness of orchestral music outside of the Auburn/Opelika area by performing in other communities throughout the region. Auburn Community Orchestra is excited to bring a diverse body of musicians together to present concerts with the goal of exposing a rich history of orchestral music to the citizens and visitors of the area.