Festivals in the Four Corners


Annual Garden & Herb Festival

May 25th 10-4 (raindate May 26th )

This annual Family Event marks the start of the gardening season where visitors will find local growers selling annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetable plants. The festival is located on the lawn of the historic Soule-Seabury House-3852 Main Road, Tiverton Four Corners.


Antiques Show

July 4th 10-4 (admission $7)

The antique show will be a showcase for some items and artifacts that may have been produced when lots for this village were first laid out around the Mill Pond by Joseph Taber in 1710.

Since 1994 there has been an annual antique show at The Meeting House in historic Tiverton Four Corners. Dealers from around New England arrive at 5 a.m. to begin setting up their booths under tents and the shade of many trees on the Meeting House property.


32nd Annual Arts & Artisan Festival

July 20th from 10-4

Our 32nd Annual Summer Arts and Artisan Festival features 60-80 local and regional artists spread across the gorgeous wooden lot nestled behind the Mill Pond Shops in Tiverton Four Corners. This unique outdoor arts festival is carefully curated to showcase the best works of the area. We host the festival the same weekend as the South Coast Artists Tour in the area keeping the art spirit alive and plenty to do for Art Lovers exploring the area and looking for new works and artists to stumble upon. We offer food truck fair and drinks, live music performed by local musicians and friends accompanies our guests as they stroll through the woods amongst the art.

More information about our 2018 vendors will be displayed as the information is received. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for up to date information and announcements about this summers festival!!!

If you are interested in showing your work here please visit our become a vendor page and fill out the vendor form. We would love to hear from you!

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Cultural Survival Summer Bazaar

July 27th & 28th 10-6

Cultural Survival Bazaars are a series of cultural festivals that provide Indigenous artists, cooperatives, and their representatives from around the world the chance to sell their work directly to the US public.