Join Us in Lillian Webb Park, adjacent to Historic Downtown Norcross, 5 College St., Norcross, Georgia. This Event Will Happen Rain Or Shine.

Festival Hours
Saturday, October 2, 10AM to 6PM, Sunday October 3, from 10AM to 5PM.

80 artists will be selling their handmade goods. From decor to delicacies, you'll find just what you are looking for. Most take credit cards if you run short of cash.


Enjoy the delightful and artful roaming entertainers throughout the venue. 

Due to the difficulty of maintaining social distance and the safety and enjoyment of others, we ask that you be mindful if you bring your pet.

Parking is convenient and available at the Norcross City Hall, 75 Lawrenceville St. or anywhere in the downtown area. Handicap parking will be located at the Norcross Cultural Arts Center, 5 College St. Follow the signs to handicap parking.

Enjoy a variety of festival cuisine including international options, ice cream, gourmet funnel cakes, popsicles and of course, fresh-squeezed lemonade while you enjoy the first October weekend of the year. Adult beverages will be available for sale.

The Lillian Webb Park (at the top of the hill) will the the center of fun for kids of all ages. From face painting to parrots, let them be entertained!

To ensure your time at the Norcross Art Splash Festival is enjoyable, we offer the following services for our guests:


First Aid and Lost and Found is located at the gazebo on the lower level of Lillian Webb Park.


Restrooms are available in the pavilion on the lower level of Lillian Webb Park. Additional portable restrooms will be available near the food trucks at the top of the hill.

For the safety of everyone, we ask that you maintain proper social distancing. Masks are not required but may be by individual artists in order to enter their booths. Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the venue.

It is a Splash Festivals, Inc. policy that all exhibitors and vendors must show proper credentials and be pre-registered. Politicians, political, or religious groups will not be allowed to distribute literature during this two-day event.