Information for Visitors

Canceled: Art on the Wabash 2021

Out of an abundance of caution for public health, many of the public gatherings and events that have been a cornerstone in the West Lafayette community will remain paused or will be redesigned to meet the needs of the community and public health. Some events that cannot account for reasonable social distance will be paused until we can all gather in a safe way.

For this reason, Art on the Wabash 2021 has been canceled. This was a difficult decision and we hope you understand as we navigate ways to hold community events that are both safe and fun.


from the garage by Mike Swann

It is with great heartache that we have made the decision to cancel this year’s Art on the Wabash scheduled for Sunday, September 27, 2020.  It was not an easy decision to make, however, for the safety of the artists, volunteers, other vendors, and guests it is the right thing to do. Please watch for news regarding next year’s event to be held Sunday, September 26, 2021.

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Admission is free and artists are in their booths so you can visit with them and learn about their work. Programs will be available at the fair and will contain contact information for each artist so hang on to it for future reference!

Along with visiting with the artists, these will make your day in the park extra entertaining:

Local Eats & Drinks

Get Artsy

Listen to Live Music

  • Annie Hatke
  • Paul Foster
  • Mike Almon

Parking: Visitors may park free –and out of the sun– in the Wabash Landing Parking Garage during Art on the Wabash.  The gate at the exit will be up until one hour after the event. Elsewhere, please check for posted signs and respect parking spaces reserved for merchants’ customers.