Doylestown offers something for the entire family
Doylestown’s Annual Arts Festival will take place on September 12 and 13. On Sunday both enjoy world-class bicycle racing and the centrally located Arts Fest. A perfect day would involve strolling through the festival while visiting Doylestown’s great restaurants and shops, and watching the exciting racing action from different vantage points around the racecourse.

A television crew will be shooting the race live for our jumbotrons and webstream, which is accessible on mobiles devices. Pick your corner, watch the live race images and then see the real thing ripping by your spot! It’s a wonderful experience, one not to be missed.

September 12, 2015 Doylestown Arts Festival 10:00 – 5:00

September 13, 2015 Thompson Bucks County Classic

  • Amateur Men’s Race 9:30 am
  • Cyclosportif 100K 8:30 am
  • Doylestown Health Pro Women 11:15
  • Children’s Races 12:30
  • Thompson Pro Men 1:10

Doylestown Arts Festival 10:00 – 5:00

Your best bet for event day parking is Doylestown’s FREE Parking Garage at Broad and Union Streets, just a short walk from the Start/Finish line.  A map of Doylestown parking can be found here.
Downtown parking will not be accessible during the Criterium and Arts Festival as these events take over the Doylestown streets.

Doylestown DART will be providing FREE shuttle service on both Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm. The shuttle will run from the Court House Parking Garage to Clinton & W. Court Streets.

Thompson Bucks County Classic

Doylestown Arts Festival

Since 1991, the Doylestown Arts Festival has provided the community with a juried selection of artists and the best of the area’s culture. This two-day festival is the largest event of the year in the heart of beautiful Doylestown, PA. Our annual festival has grown to include more than 160 artists, 5 stages of live music and 2 food courts. Diverse activities are available at numerous locations throughout the downtown area. Live music features solo acts as well as rock, pop, folk, big band and music for kids. The festival is a free event for the community, rain or shine!