Events & Activities

  1. Signature Events

    The Town of Purcellville hosts many exciting Signature Events: the Loudoun Grown Expo, Music & Arts Festival, and Wine & Food Festival. These events draw great crowds, exciting music, delicious food and beverage, and lots of activities for guests and families.

  2. Holiday Events and Activities

    The Town sponsors many exciting holiday events and activities, from Christmas events to the July 4th parade and other holiday activities.

  3. Community Events Calendar

    This calendar shows Town-sponsored events and Community Events held in and around Town. Please note that Community Events are not sponsored or endorsed by the Town of Purcellville and the Town does not accept any responsibility for the information contained herein.

  4. Fireman's Field/Bush Tabernacle

    This 13-acre property lies in the heart of Town and includes Dillon's Woods, the Bush Tabernacle, and the Fireman's Field stadium and sports fields. With activities from picnicking and roller skating to youth sports and great events, this property is a great place to spend time with friends and family.

  5. Purcellville Train Station

    The Purcellville Train Station is located in the downtown business district by the Washington and Old Dominion Trail (W&OD) where it meets North 21st Street. On May 28, 2010, the Train Station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. National Park Service. Also, as the largest train station in Loudoun County, it was listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register in March 2010. The Train Station includes facilities for the public at the end of the W&OD Trail, and it can also be reserved for events and meetings.

  6. Purcellville PopUp Sale

  7. Special Events Information

    Certain activities in Town require a Special Events Permit. Read on to find the Special Events Ordinance and an easy to use flowchart to determine if your event is considered a Special Event.

  8. Where to Eat?

  9. W&OD Trail

    The W&OD Trail is one of the region's greatest recreational amenities, and we're excited that its terminus is in Purcellville. There are lots of great things to do (and places to eat and drink) right at the end of the Trail.