Through June 19, the area’s largest Italian-American festival returns for another year of great food, drinks, music, and more. The St. Anthony’s Italian Festival is a Wilmington tradition that draws crowds of thousands throughout its multi-day run. This year, the festival centers on the theme of Italian Renaissance art and will call on this important art form for inspiration throughout the duration of the festival.
Italian food will also be a focal point of the festival with a number of Italian restaurants from the area serving up pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and dessert. Look for food and drinks from Cafe Nona Strada, Luigi & Giovanni Caterers and Specialty Foods, and more. Throughout the festival, a number of talented bands and musicians will perform an array of live music. Some bands will play original songs while other artists will perform covers of popular selections. Admission to the festival is $5 for those over the age of 14 but free for those under 14 as well as senior citizens.
St. Anthony’s Italian Festival
When: Through June 19
Where: 901 N. DuPont Street, Wilmington, DE 19805
Cost: $5 admission for ages 14-61, free for children under 14 and seniors over 61; an 8-day pass is available for $15