Celebrate the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival this year! The festival plans are in the works.
A little history…
In October 1965, Reynoldsburg City Council dedicated a plaque commemorating a proclamation from the Franklin County Historical Society that named Reynoldsburg as the birthplace of the commercial tomato. Annually for 45 years now, the citizens of Reynoldsburg have organized the Tomato Festival in celebration and remembrance of that proclamation.
Each year, the festival draws thousands of visitors, not only the people of Reynoldsburg, but also people from around Central Ohio and from around the state who want to enjoy home-grown family fun.
You’ll find displays of tomatos, contests, crafts and arts, musical entertainment and much more!
Location: Huber Park on Davidson Drive, just south of E. Main Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio
Queen Court & Little Princess Contests
Be an important part of the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival legacy! The Tomato Festival is seeking candidates for the Queen & Court and the Little Princess Contests.
Queen & Court Contest
Young ladies entering the 11th or 12th grade who live in the Reynoldsburg City School District are eligible. Travel throughout the neighboring communities and represent your city and festival by becoming a member of the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival Court.
Little Princess Contest
All girls enrolled in the second grade for the school year living in the Reynoldsburg City School District are eligible.
Questions for the contest?
Tomato Festival Queen and Attendants Contest, contact Mary Motz, Chair, Tomato Queen Committee, by email or call 614-866-5044.
Visit the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival website for more information.