Fun Community Events For Everyone

Bethany Village Events

Bethany Village serves as a community centerpiece to the greater Bethany neighborhood, and every year we put on a number of events to bring everyone together! 

To say thank you for your continued love and support, our summer concerts and events will continue as often as we are able to safely have them in these unprecedented times.

Stay up to date with upcoming events at Bethany Village by checking out our events calendar and following us on social. You can find us on here Instagram and Facebook.

Events Calendar

Easter

Each year on the Saturday before Easter, we host the Bethany Village Easter Egg Hunt! Visit participating businesses all around the Village to collect fun goodies. Finish the Easter Egg Hunt at Bethany Athletic Club with games, activities, and photos with the Easter bunny!

Summer Concerts

Our annual Bethany Village Summer Concert Series includes 3 summer concerts every year. A local tradition spanning over 15 years, these events feature 40+ vendors, a live band, intermission acts featuring local young talents, a carnival ride, lots of kid-friendly activities, and more!

Oktoberfest

Dust off your best Bavarian attire and join us for our annual Bethany Village Oktoberfest! This event is held each September and features live music, accordion playing, german-inspired food offerings, a beer tent, a carnival ride, food and craft vendors, face painting, kids crafts, and more!

Halloween

This annual event is great for local kids to get some early trick-or-treating in! Follow the Bethany Village Halloween Hunt Map to trick-or-treat around participating Bethany Village businesses. Don’t miss the fun activities at Bethany Athletic Club and the Halloween Hunt ends with a costume contest at Laurel Parc with surprises and prizes!

Tree Lighting

Our annual Tree Lighting Ceremony takes place each year the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Festivities include a countdown to the official Bethany Village Tree lighting, as well as other holiday vendors, featured holiday drinks, hot chocolate from Starbucks, pictures with Santa, and performances by local schools.