2014 Pittston
Tomato Festival

Fun, Food and Tomatoes...

The 31st Annual Pittston Tomato Festival will be held in downtown Pittston Thursday, August 21st through Sunday, 24th, 2014.

Over fifty thousand people will attend the four-day event that has been touted as one of the best festivals in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Delicious food, a variety of live entertainment, a parade, 5K run, games, rides, arts and crafts, bingo and of course home-grown Pittston tomatoes keep bringing an enthusiastic crowd to the festival year after year.

Don't miss the Tomato Fights, which will be held on Saturday, August 23rd at 1:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Cooper's on the Waterfront Restaurant, 304 Kennedy Blvd., Pittston. The entry fee is $8, which includes use of protective eye goggles. All proceeds will benefit local charities.

Tomato Contest

In addition to the food, entertainment, and games, an annual highlight of the Pittston Tomato Festival is the Annual Tomato Contest.

Everyone is welcome to enter his or her tomatoes at no charge in this contest.

Ribbons will be awarded in four categories:

  • Largest
  • Smallest
  • Ugliest
  • Most Perfect.
  • The contest will be held at the committee stand on Saturday, August 23rd at 7:00pm.

  • 2014 Pittston Tomato Festival - Information

    The 2014 Pittston Tomato Festival is held every year in August, the peak of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Tomato Season.  

    Following are the date, times and location of the 2014 Pittston Festival


    Thursday, August 21,        5:00pm - 11:00pm

    Friday,      August 22,         5:15pm - 11:00pm

    Saturday,  August 23,       10:00am - 11:00pm

    Sunday,    August 24,        10:45am -  9:30pm
    ADMISSION:   Free


    49 S. Main St.
    Pittston, PA 18640

    For more information go to the Pittston Tomato Festival Website.

    2014 Pittston Tomato Festival Site


    Run there!, Drive there!, Fly there,  Just get there!

    The 2014 Pittston Tomato Festival is a little over 1 hour North/Northeast of Philadelphia.

    The Festival is almost equal distance from both the Newark and Philadelphia Airports.  Be sure to check both cities for the best fares. 

    Flying in?  A rental car is necessary, but will open up the scope of your adventure.


    No matter where you are coming from there are quality Hotels, guest houses and B&B's everywhere.  Staying in the Pittston or Philadelphia area is the best choice. 

    Both offer great accommodations.  Be sure to check the hotel map to assure best proximity to the Festival.  

    Things to Do!

    A trip in to the 2014 Pittston Tomato Festival opens up some interesting ideas for a weekender trip.  

    The Pittston / Philadelphia area is great for a week long Summer adventure

    Enjoy this Year's great selection of Tomato Festivals