2020 Springtime in the Country – Hamburg
Celebrating 26 years of fine art and artisans, Springtime in the Country returns to the Event Center at the Hamburg Fairgrounds, Friday March 27th through Sunday March 29th. As always shoppers are afforded the unique opportunity to connect with over 200 artisans from across the nation, learn about their considerable talents and purchase only handcrafted items. This year’s edition of Springtime in the Country features garden art, metal works, vintage fashion, original wall art, custom furniture, designer jewelry, home décor, spa quality bath and beauty products, gourmet foods, children’s toys, pottery and so much more. Springtime in the Country is the perfect destination for gift buying for Mother’s Day, Spring Birthdays or simply to indulge yourself!
Springtime in the Country has expanded to include a Spring Market, a unique retail addition featuring all that we love about the season-fresh fruits and vegetables, beautiful fragrant flowers, specialty foods, craft wineries, brewers and distillers, food trucks and mobile kitchens and much more!
Springtime in the Country is Friday, March 27th from 4-9 pm, Saturday March 28th from 10-5 and Sunday March 29th from 10-4pm at the Fairgrounds Event Center in Hamburg.
Admission is $8 for adults and seniors and complimentary return passes are available at the event’s information booth. Children under 12 are free. Parking is free.
Discount tickets for Springtime in the Country are available March 12th through Thursday March 26th and may be purchased at the Fairgrounds Business Office (open Monday – Friday from 9am – 4:30pm) click here for other locations
For more than 35 years, Premier Promotions has produced high-quality, extremely successful artisan events including Springtime in the Country, Christmas in the Country, Yuletide in the Country and new in 2018 Springtime in the Country and Christmas in the Country in Rochester. The events are consistently ranked among the Top 100 artisan shows in America by Sunshine Artist magazine. Last year, more than 90,000 visitors attended these events purchasing more than $4.5 million in high-quality, handcrafted goods from juried artists and artisans. These events have also helped raise more than $1.6 million for Western New York charities.