About Crowfest

Crowfest is a celebration of all things “crow” in Chatham-Kent. While crows are in Chatham-Kent year round, they are very noticeable in the month of October. The crow, in most cultures, represents luck or wisdom. There will be daily activities for Crowfest in downtown Chatham starting on Wednesday the 12th leading up to the main events on the 14th and 15th of October.

There are many activities happening during Crowfest which are listed below. Some of the highlights are dueling pianos on Wednesday October 12th, the Gala in the 13th, the night market and buskers on the 14th, and then the highlight of the celebration on Saturday the 15th.

Please look through the site and get involved, become a volunteer or vendor, enter the art or costume contest, or attend the gala and all the exciting events.

 

There are a variety of arts and culture activities happening through Crowfest. Oct 14/22 – 6:30pm to 8:30pm – Heirlooms (Live Band) on King Street in front of the Art and…
The “Crow Your Boat” race will be taking place on Saturday October 15th. There will be 4 flights of races happening from 5 pm to 7 pm. The top 10…
The first outdoor dueling Pianos in Chatham-Kent will be held on the Downtown Chatham Centre patio at 44 William St N, Chatham, ON N7M 4L5. Don't miss the incredible fun!…
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The first annual Crowfest Gala will be held at the Chatham Armoury. All participants are urged to wear all black attire and any Crow themed apparel (masks, boas, evening gloves,…
Crowfest will feature a large number of professional buskers (performers) for your entertainment! Take a look at the buskers schedule here. Photo Gallery  

Catch all things Crow this October 12th - 15th
12th Dueling Pianos | 13th Gala | 14th - 15th Night Market/World Class Buskers/Vendors
Thanks to our awesome sponsors!

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Land Acknowledgement for Chatham-Kent

We acknowledge that the land on which we gather for Crowfest is the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy: the Odawa, Potawatami and Ojibwe. These Indigenous Nations, known as the Anishinaabeg and Lūnaapéewak, agreed to the mutual sharing of the land, with obligations and responsibilities to the environment. Chatham-Kent neighbours the Lūnaapéewak at Delaware Nation which is part of the McKee Purchase Treaty, as well as the unceded territory of the Bkejwanong Walpole Island First Nation.