Hot Air Jubilee
Have you ever gazed up at a blue sky filled with over 60 hot air balloons of every shape and size, and every color of the rainbow? It’s a sight many people only dream of, and one you will never forget. Jackson’s Hot Air Jubilee will dazzle you and your family while offering plenty of fun-filled activities on the ground. An arts and crafts show, live entertainment and much more add up to three days of amazement.
The Hot Air Jubilee was first held in 1983 and has since moved between Ella Sharp Park, Cascades Falls Park, Jackson Community College and Jackson County Airport. In 2011, the festival returned to Ella Sharp Park where it continues to this day. The return to Ella Sharp Park allows visitors to take advantage of visiting Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History, Hurst Planetarium and Ella Sharp Putt Putt Golf.