This festival is a multi-cultural event held in Oshkosh, Wisconsin over the 4th of July. All of the events & festivities happen in Menomonee Park, on the shores of beautiful Lake Winnebago. The area is rich with Native American Historical significance.
Go back in time to the 1870's when Oshkosh had 24 sawmills, 15 shingle mills, and 7 sash and door factories and was known as the "Sawdust City"! Experience these times of the 17th century Fur Trappers when you visit the Historical Village Enactment held at the annual "Sawdust Days" festival. Featuring five days of music, food, fun, Veteran's Parade and the largest 4th of July fireworks display in the Fox Valley on the shores of Lake Winnebago along with SABOR-A-MEXICO, the largest Latino Festival north of Milwaukee.
With 4 stages of music, Sawdust Days is one of the country’s most unique family festivals since it's really 3 separate festivals in 1. Over 150,000 people attend over 5 days.
The Budweiser Mainstage features Rock, Blues, Americana & Rockabilly bands from throughout the USA. Variety Stage Features Rock-n- Old Rock, Blues, Reggae, Cajun and German…Something for everyone! Sabor-a-Mexico features the largest free Hispanic Ethnic festival north of Chicago.