Stroudfest 2024: A Celebration of Community

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June 7, 2024 – Stroudsburg, PA – The Sherman Theater is thrilled to announce the 18th annual Labor Day Festival, Stroudfest 2024, taking place on Saturday, August 31, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM in Courthouse Square, Downtown Stroudsburg, PA.

Stroudfest will feature live performances across multiple stages, an impressive array of over 200 vendors offering food, arts, crafts, and retail delights, and a variety of community organizations showcasing special displays and offers along Main Street between 5th and 9th Streets. Festival-goers will also have the opportunity to explore downtown’s unique specialty shops, art galleries, restaurants, and wineries.

Sherman Theater President and CEO Rich Berkowitz shared his enthusiasm, saying, “We are excited to once again present Stroudfest to our community this year. The event draws thousands of visitors to downtown Stroudsburg and Monroe County, showcasing all our area has to offer and helping to boost the local economy, both now and throughout the year. We appreciate the invaluable support from our Stroudfest sponsors, which allows us to make this event a reality year after year.”

For sponsorship opportunities or more information, please visit or call 570-420-2808.

The Sherman Theater is Monroe County’s only nationally ranked, non-profit theater and performing arts center. Located in downtown Stroudsburg, PA, the Sherman Theater has proudly served the Pocono region for 90 years. The Theater and Performing Arts Center is committed to strengthening the community by producing culturally-diverse, nationally-known professional acts and festivals at the theater and at satellite locations throughout Monroe County for people of all ages, by providing an opportunity for local artists to perform, and by creating economic development in the region. The Sherman Theater projects and events attract over 100,000 visitors to the Pocono Region annually. For more information call 570-420-2808 or visit

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Brenda Block