The 2017 Indiana Festival Guide is Now Closed
You can still become an ISFA member and receive a website listing for your festival or organization. Network and receive valuable info at the annual workshops and convention. Apply for an ISFA grant and much more!
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Associate Partners Support Festivals
ISFA's 30+ Associate Members are located across Indiana and are ready to join forces with ISFA Festival Members. These companies and organizations provide services for visitors and festivals - helping local events and the Indiana travel experience become better than ever .
Complete Your 2017 ISFA Purchase with PAYPAL
To pay for your 2017 ISFA Membership and/or 2017 Indiana Festival Guide purchase with a credit card, just click here to go to PAYPAL. Enter in the $ total at the ITEM PRICE and then click on PAY WITH A DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD, OR PAYPAL CREDIT. You do not need to have a PAYPAL account to submit your payment.Pay with Credit Card via PAYPAL
The Indiana State Festivals Association is the state’s largest membership organization for festivals and events. ISFA publishes the Indiana Festival Guide each year and maintains this website featuring searchable festival listings.
Over 600 festivals and events receive promotion, leadership and education opportunities as members of ISFA.Click here to learn more
Indiana Festival Website for the Public
Visit ISFA's website for travelers, Indiana’s best online resource for festival info! Over 600 searchable festival and event listings.Click here to visit website
Upcoming ISFA Board Meetings
Members are welcome to attend all ISFA Board Meetings.
- April 15, 2017 at 2:30pm Indianapolis Marriott East
- July 9, 2017 at 12:30pm with lunch at Indianapolis Marriott East (Reservations required for lunch.)
- November 3, 2017 at 7pm with dinner at Indianapolis Marriott East (Reservations required for dinner.)
- November 4, 2017 at 8:30am Indianapolis Marriott East - ANNUAL MEETING
- November 4, 2017 to follow annual meeting
Events and festivals support a sense of community, and ecnourage participation by all people. More than 21% of Americans aged 15 and over, and 50% of Americans 65 and older have some type of disability. Review these ADA Resources for Festivals and Events to make sure your event or festival is accessible to all.Click here to learn more
Tips for Writing Festival Grants
There's a lot to thinking about when writing a festival grant. Review this document for the do's and don'ts of grant writing.Click here to learn more
How-To Guide for Planning Festivals & Events
The Indiana State Festivals Association and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development have provided a comprehensive manual to help you plan every stage of your event, from concept to post-festival evaluation.Download PDF