The 101st West Side Nut Club Fall Festival is set for October 3rd through 8th and is expected to draw tens of thousands of people to Franklin Street to enjoy the huge variety of food items available from the various non-profit booths that use the sales of those items to help fund their missions. From pronto pups and corn dogs to walking tacos, pork chops on sticks, and so much more, Fall Festival week on Franklin Street is definitely a cheat week for anyone on a diet or trying to watch their weight. Of course, there's more to the festival than just the food. There's live entertainment every day and night, the Pet Parade and Main Parade on Saturday, and plenty of great rides to enjoy on the midway (a.k.a. the lawn of the West Branch Library).

No matter what thrill level you can handle, there's a ride for you. While ride tickets are available to purchase from the Nut Club at booths around the midway, the best way to experience everything the midway has to offer is with a ride wristband which allows you to ride all the rides you want as many times as you want (or at least as many times as your stomach can handle).

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The ride wristbands are on sale now at all Donut Bank, Schnucks, and Old National Bank locations for only $20 each. The price increases to $25 during Fall Festival week.

However, we have your chance to save your money and win a pair of them for free. Enter your information in the box below for your chance to win. Three winners will be drawn on Monday, September 26th, and will each win a pair of wristband vouchers that can be exchanged for actual wristbands at any one of the West Side Nut Club ticket booths during Fall Festival week.

NOTE: Wristbands are only good for the day they are purchased or the day the voucher is exchanged.

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We've put together a guide to help you enjoy (and survive!) Evansville's annual West Side Nut Club Fall Festival on Franklin Street - the 2nd Largest Street Festival in the Country!

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