Concord Events

Overview | Attractions | Restaurants | Lodging | Events | History

Events in Concord, New Hampshire

Annual Halloween Howl - Trick-or-Treat, Live Music in Bicentennial Square, Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides, loads at corner of Capitol Street and North Main Street, Halloween Movies at Red River Theatres: House on Haunted Hill and cult-classic Rocky Horror Picture Show. You will have a blast at this event this year and every year to come!

Canterbury Fair - An annual fair for everyone to enjoy. A day packed with all kinds of entertainment, craft tables & vendors, children's activities, and plenty of food & drink.

Concord NH Antique Shows - TMA Events presents three Antique Shows and Sales. All shows feature 50+ quality Antiques dealers. Antique Shows are all held the second Sunday of the month.

Market Days and Summer Music Festival - This outstanding multi-generational/cultural event attracts thousands of residents and tourists to our historic state capital. Main Street is lined with bargains from a hundred retail vendors. During the day, the Main Stage provides children's entertainment. At night, the Music Festival goes into full swing with several well-known bands taking the Main Stage.

Midnight Merriment - The event offers shoppers the opportunity to purchase holiday gifts from downtown's many unique, locally owned businesses. Sparkling white lights, beautiful windows and old-fashioned warm hospitality will highlight the event. Other activities include horse-drawn hay wagon rides, holiday carolers and, of course, visits with Santa Claus.

New Hampshire Antiquarian Book Fair - If you enjoy old or antique books this show is for you! More than 70 booksellers from 10 states display and sell unique and antique books, magazines, and periodicals. This show began in 1974.

Somewhat North of Boston (SNOB) Film Festival - SNOB is dedicated to bringing the best in local, regional, national and international films to central New Hampshire. We are a partner ship of The Film Society of the NH Technical Institute And the brand new non-profit independent Red River Theaters in downtown Concord. We have a great following in the region.