Mugė Lithuanian Fair

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Celebrating Lithuanian Arts and Culture

Nuostabūs Bulviniai Blynai!

World’s Best Potato Pancakes!

Hungry for the world’s best potato pancakes? Yearning to meet the Lithuanian-American community? In the market for amber jewelry? Craving the taste of kugelis, balandėliai, and fried bread? Curious about Lithuanian music and dance? Thirsty for Švyturys or Kalnapilis? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then our Annual Mugė Lithuanian Festival on Saturday, November 1st and Sunday, November 2nd is for you!

Both days are packed with fun for the entire family! From live music and folk dance performances to artisan jewelry and crafts to face painting and authentic Lithuanian comfort food, this Lithuanian fair is a popular crowd pleaser every year. Visit our newly renovated Cultural Center to learn more about Lithuanian heritage and find your ancestors’ birthplace on our map.

Family Fun at Mugė

Family Fun at Mugė

Join us for the delectable old world dishes our mothers and grandmothers taught us to prepare. We proudly serve our best Lithuanian recipes: balandėliai, blynai, kugelis, poppy seed rolls, honey cakes, and many more delicious treats.

Our bars are stocked with a huge variety of cold imported Lithuanian beers. Plus, we offer a selection of popular wines and your favorite mixed drinks.

The Mugė Lithuanian fair is a fabulous opportunity for full immersion in Lithuanian culture and tradition. Enjoy live entertainment, eat, drink, see old friends, and meet the rest of Philadelphia’s Lithuanian community.

Enjoying the Festival

Enjoying the Festival

We look forward to seeing you at the 37th Annual Mugė Lithuanian Festival! Until then, please save the dates by joining our Mugė events on Facebook Saturday and Sunday. Invite your friends and help us spread the word about this fabulous weekend fundraiser!

To see images from last year’s festivities, visit our photo gallery.

Saturday, November 1 (12 — 8 P.M.)
Sunday, November 2 (12 — 6 P.M.)

Donations at the door:

  • Adult, non-members: $5
  • Seniors and teens (13 to 18 years): $3
  • Children 12 and under: free
  • Current members: free

With your donation at the door, you will receive an entry ballot for our free door prize drawing. We’ll be giving door prizes away throughout both days of the festival, so be sure to turn in your completed entry form at our welcome table next to the bar in the Grand Ballroom.

If you are a vendor specializing in Lithuanian and/or Baltic treasures and would like to get involved in this year’s festival, here are details about how you can participate in Mugė.

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viktoras valius
viktoras valius

surprised to see this site spent many a sunday at the club as a child doubt if anyone remembers me

George Steckhouse
George Steckhouse

If driving to the fair, where is the best place (or places) to park?

Barbara Lindner
Barbara Lindner

what is the address of the Fair? The dates are here, but not the location. Barbara

Christiana
Christiana

Street parking in the neighborhood is free and on many of the streets, there is no time limit either. You should be able to find parking fairly easily if you drive a loop around the block.

Christiana
Christiana

Mugė Lithuanian Festivals are held at the Lithuanian Music Hall, 2715 East Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19134. For our contact information and a map, please visit our "Contact Us" page. Hope to see you at Mugė!

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