Bottle Hill Day 2021
Saturday, October 2
Madison's Annual Street Festival
10:00 am to 5:00 pm

The Madison Downtown Development Commission is inviting you to join us for Bottle Hill Day 2021 on Saturday, October 2. This year will mark the 46th Anniversary of this signature Madison event. This event has continued to grow every year since it was first established in 1974 by Mayor Elizabeth Baumgartner.

This rain or shine street festival spans six blocks and includes sidewalk sales, four stages with live music, three amusement areas, food, and 200+ vendors including non-profits, crafters, retail businesses, etc. - the range of participants is amazing! Also, as in years past, the Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison P.B.A. #92 will be hosting their popular annual Madison Car Show in conjunction with Bottle Hill Day.
Thank You To Our Sponsors!
Performance Schedule All Stages
(subject to change)
New Smile Orthodontics &
Riverside Oral Surgery Stage 
on Kings Road
Mary Comito - State Farm Stage
on Elmer Street
Egan Wealth Advisors Stage
on Central Avenue 
MACA/Madison Music & Arts Stage
on Green Village Road 
In addition, please look for the Anthology Quartet! They will be strolling on Main Street and Waverly Place beginning at 2:00 pm.
Other Attractions
Central Avenue & Kings Road Fun Zones 
Sponsored by Carter Smile and KIKA Stretch Studios
on Central Avenue and Kings Road
Inflatable rides and other attractions
The DDC Beer Garden was canceled but there are plenty of great places to go downtown to get a beer:

Dodger Drive - Madison High School Class Council Mini-Golf Course, MACA/MMA Stage, and other activities including Hidden Figures of Madison and
Madison Education Association Booths 
on Green Village Road
Shop Downtown!
In addition to the 200+ vendors lining the festival streets, make sure to visit the sidewalk sales on Main Street!

Food, More Food and
Food Trucks!
There will be food vendors throughout the festival, including on Central Avenue near the stage, a Food Court at the intersection of Central and Cook Avenues, and another on Kings Road.

Better yet, visit one of Madison's great restaurants!
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Museum of Early Trades and Crafts 
Join us on the front lawn for traditional woodworking demonstrations and learn some modern home repair hacks from Tyler Merson of Merson Home Consulting Service. The whole family will also enjoy playing some historic lawn games. Admission to the museum is free to all! 
Shanna Truffini, author and creator of the children's book and platform You Are a Gardener® will be hosting a #PullYourWeeds® Workshop for children of all ages at her booth at 2:30.  This free and interactive workshop will feature a book reading of her children's book, an overview of the You Are a Gardener® vocabulary/mindset, introduce kids to an easy mindfulness activity and will finish off with a fun craft featuring origami foxes. There will also be kid-friendly prizes, giveaways and a raffle! 
Pony Rides & Petting Zoo
11 AM - 4 PM at the
Madison Presbyterian Church
Jaguar Land Rover Display on Kings Road
Event Map
Getting Around
Again this year, we will have a free Park & Ride Shuttle to and from the event. Just park your car in the parking lot at the Madison Community Pool and ride downtown. The shuttle will drop you off at the corner of Main Street and Central Avenue, then you can pick it back up in the same location to ride back to your car. The shuttle will run on a continuous loop from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm.
Waverly Place, Central Avenue (Main Street to Brittin Street), Kings Road (Prospect Street to Green Avenue), and Prospect Street (Kings Road to Keep Street) will be closed but the municipal lots (Waverly Green, Cook Avenue and Elmer Street) will be open for parking. Additional event parking will be available at the Madison Junior School parking lots which are accessible via Brittin Street (behind the school). Street parking where allowed will be available as well.
Media Coverage
This event is presented by