Welcome to Burger Fest 2016!
Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13, 2016
Burger Fest is an amazing volunteer-run festival that raises funds for scholarships and community projects in the Home of the Hamburger, Seymour, Wisconsin. It draws people from around the world for small town fun with a big attitude!
Seymour, Wisconsin, is an idyllic community of about 3,000 located in the heart of dairy country 15 miles west of Green Bay. Burger Fest started in 1989 to celebrate the birth of the burger in Seymour in 1885. The historical figure, Hamburger Charlie, invented the hamburger way back then and Americans bit on the hamburger craze!
Events start on Friday and take place at 2 locations:
Downtown Seymour - Burger Fest
Downtown Seymour hosts the World's Largest Hamburger Parade, Bun Run, Kids' Run, music, kids' games, the Burger Eating Contest and the Giant Ketchup Slide! The Car Show, Railroad Depot and Community Museum are included with the Saturday entrance fee! Friday night admission is free to hear music on Depot Street. Food and drink are available. Click an image link below for lots more details about Downtown Seymour Events.
Rock Ledge School and Park - Hot Air Balloons
At Rock Ledge School and Park, hot air balloons fill the field starting on Friday! There are Balloon Ascensions and Balloon Glows, as well as kids' events. Food and drink are served. Entrance and parking are free. Click an image link below to find out more about events at Rock Ledge School and Park.
Food and Drink
Food and drink are available and sold for the fundraiser, so no carry ins, please.
The Car Show, viewing the HO scale model railroad at the Railroad Depot, and seeing the world's largest hamburger memorabilia exhibit at the Seymour Community Museum are included with the Saturday Burger Fest entrance fee!
Burger Fest Entrance Tickets
Entrance tickets to Downtown Seymour Saturday events cost only $3 in advance and $5 at the gate. Children 12 and under are admitted free on Saturday downtown. Wristbands are available from Seymour merchants.
Click on image links below for more information!