Polish Harvest Festival
September 20-22, 2019
Bringing the Polish tradition of Dożynki to Houston
Welcome to the official website of the Annual Houston Polish Harvest Festival. Please browse the site for more information.
Festival Hours, Location & Tickets
Friday, September 20th 4pm - 9pm
Saturday, September 21th 10am - 10pm
Sunday, September 22th 10am-6pm
$5 a person
65+ and children 12 and under are free
*Entrance tickets are sold at the gate and are separate from food tickets. Food tickets may be purchased at designated stations.
Our Lady of Czestochowa Roman Catholic Church
1731 Blalock Road
Houston, Texas 77080
If you need an accommodation we suggest
13210 Katy Freeway
About the Festival
Based on the centuries old Polish tradition of Dozynki, an end of harvest jubilee celebration, the Polish Harvest Festival here in Houston is an experience unlike anything else. We combine traditional elements with modern fun to bring you a memorable event of amazing food, drink, and entertainment. The Polish community in Houston proudly hosts this event and extends a big Polish "welcome" to all of our Houston neighbors!
What You Can Expect
The festival is a cultural extravaganza filled with all things Polish! There’s plenty of Polish food and amazing beer, but that’s not all! Watch traditional dances, listen to live music, taste freshly made Polish desserts and immerse yourself in Polish culture.
Authentic Polish Cuisine
We are proud to offer our Festival Guests the highest quality of traditional Polish food- pierogi, golabki and kielbasa, and more! This year we will have two serving stations to minimize the waiting time, so you can enjoy the music and the performances while eating, not waiting in a line.
A variety of drinks, including Polish and custom local beers, will be served at two drink stations as well.
After you've had your meal and drink, visit Krysia's Famous Polish Dessert booth for a sweet treat!
The food, drinks and pastry stations accept tickets that can be purchased at the entrance and at two ticket stations located between the Parish Hall and the stage. For your convenience, we accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards.
We know, kids love to play!
Supervised, safe, and fun children’s area full of exciting games, face painting, bounce houses, and other fun activities will keep the kids entertained. Any child with a ticket-purchased wrist band is welcome to join the fun in the kids' section!
Be sure to visit our indoor Silent Auction where on vibrant tables filled with unique and exciting auction items, you will always find beautiful and unrepeatable gifts. You may discover vintage Polish crystal, linens, amber, dolls and other unique treasures
Only the Best
Do you want to start your Holiday shopping or maybe you are looking for quality handmade or unique, creative products? Do you like to just look around? Whatever your desires may be, handcrafted items from Poland and a variety of unique merchandise and gifts will be available at the booths lining streets to fulfill them!
Music and Dance
Energy packed folk dances, music and entertainment from Dance Group Wawel, children from Nicolas Copernicus Polish School, DJ and many of our festival favorites.
Polish Harvest Festival is an unforgettable celebration, an event packed with color, sounds, tastes and sights. Year after year, visitors from all over join us - and our community keeps growing. In order to give you a taste of the experience, this section features images, videos and articles from previous years. Take a look at these wonderful moments and get in touch if you have a memory of your own to share.
Our Generous Sponsors
We seek out sponsorships from companies and organizations we believe in. Sharing our vision of building a community-inspired, creative festival, our sponsors play a crucial part in making this event a reality. If you want to join our growing list of sponsors, or learn more about who they are, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.