Stardew Valley All Festivals Guide


Throughout the hard year of farming, raising livestock, planting seeds, clearing your land, purchasing materials, and chatting with the locals, the town will throw several festivals. These festivals range from events that players can partake in along with festivals that will offer players some unique items to win or purchase. If you’re curious what each festival will offer along with what players are expected of when entering then take a look at our festivals guide down below.

Spring Festivals

Egg Festival


Occurs: Spring 13th 9:00 AM

Location: Pelican Town Square

Event: Hunt and collect nine colored eggs.

Items: Stuffed Rabbit, Strawberry Seeds


Flower Festival


Occurs: Spring 24th 9:00 AM

Location: Forest south of your farm.

Event: Dancing ceremony with potential bachelors and bachelorettes.

Items: Dandelion, Daffodil, Tub o’Flowers, Rarecrow

Note: Minimum affection is required to dance with a particular person.

Summer Festivals



Occurs: Summer 11th 9:00 AM

Location: The Beach

Event: Residents prepare a soup for the Governor.

Items: None


Dance of The Moonlight Jellies


Occurs: Summer 28th 10:00 PM

Location: The Beach

Event: Residents gather to watch jellyfish.

Items: None



Stardew Valley Fair


Occurs: Fall 16th 9:00 AM

Location: Pelican Town Square

Event: Several gamers are present to earn Star Tokens which later can be redeemed for various items.

Items: Dried Sunflower, Fedora, Rarecrow, Stardrop


Spirit’s Eve


Occurs: Fall 27th 10:00 PM

Location: Pelican Town Square

Event: Maze that may grant a special reward.

Items: Golden Pumpkin



Festival of Ice


Occurs: Winter 8th 9:00 AM

Location: Pier

Event: Ice fishing contest which players will need to catch five to six fish.

Items: Barbed hook, dressed spinner hook, and a magnet bait.


Feast of Winterstar


Occurs: Winter 25th

Location: Pelican Town Square

Event: Secret Santa between all the villagers.

Items: Random depending on your Secret Santa.