corn festival logo Resumption of the Tecumseh Corn Festival has been postponed until 2023 due to Tecumseh's 100th Anniversary Celebration taking place in 2022. We thank our sponsors, volunteers and members of the public who provided comments on the festival for their continued support and we hope that we can come back in 2023 with a great event for the community.

Entertainment Schedule

Friday – Senior's Day

Event details not yet confirmed

Saturday – Family Day

Event details not yet confirmed

Sunday – Classic Cars & Golden Oldies Day

Event details not yet confirmed

Carnival Information

Canadian Entertainment Midway Carnival


If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please contact the Tecumseh Parks and Recreation Department by email or call 519-735-4756 ext. 431.

 Food Vendors

Applications are not being accepted at this time.

 Merchandise Vendors

Applications are not being accepted at this time.

 Arts & Craft Vendors

Applications are not being accepted at this time.

 Informational / Promotional Vendors

Applications are not being accepted at this time.

Cream of the Crop Invitational Car Show

Event details not yet confirmed

Miss Tecumseh Pageant

The Miss Tecumseh Pageant is one of the oldest and most inviting events associated with the festival, attracting participants ages 18 to 25 from across the region as they vie for the prestigious title of Miss Tecumseh. These participants put on an elegant and sophisticated show, which is the highlight of the Corn Festival weekend.

Congratulations to Jordan Taylor, Miss Tecumseh 2021

Miss Tecumseh 2021, Jordan Taylor

Jordan Taylor is a 21-year-old who was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. She is a recent graduate of St. Clair College’s Business Accounting program and has recently transferred over to the University of Windsor to finish her Bachelor’s degree. After she receives her degree, she aspires to complete the CPA-PAS accreditation program at the University of Windsor. Jordan aspires to become a Chartered Professional Accountant and would like to further volunteer with local non-profits using her designation.

As Billie Jean King said, “When they take surveys of women in business, of the Fortune 500, the successful women, 80% of them, say they were in sports as a young woman.” Playing sports for over 13 years has helped shape her as a person, but it isn’t the sport itself. She strongly believes her teammates, her coaches, and families she has played and spent time with have also helped shape her as a person.

Coming from a single father family, Jordan is passionate about giving youth in her community a positive role model and furthering education. This is why she is adamant about volunteering. From her former high school’s dance program, to various local events, to mentoring our youth; She has done it all. If chosen as Miss Tecumseh, Jordan would like to partner with an organization very close to her heart; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Windsor Essex with a special focus on their mentoring program called Go Girls. Jordan has struggled with body image and self-esteem and would love to instill a positive attitude, strong character, and sense of self-esteem in all young children.

Without the positive mentorship of her own big sister and father, Jordan knows she wouldn’t be standing on the Miss Tecumseh stage. She is grateful to her family, friends, and community for giving her the chance to represent as Miss Tecumseh 2021.


Enjoy the 2021 Virtual Miss Tecumseh Pageant on Youtube.


2021 Virtual Miss Tecumseh Winners

Miss Tecumseh 2021 - Jordan Taylor

1st Runner Up - Shauna Bondy

2nd Runner Up - Tia McCann

3rd Runner Up - Kaitlyn Baggio

Miss Photogenic - Tia McCann

Miss Lifestyle - Clara Mouawad

Miss Talent - Samantha Little

Miss Goodwill - Kristi Koutros

Miss Congeniality - Jordan Taylor

Miss Interview - Shauna Bondy


Parade route - Starting at the corner of Lesperance and McNorton the parade will travel south towards Tecumseh Road. The parade will turn east onto Tecumseh Road and proceed to Lacasse Boulevard. The parade will turn north onto Lacasse Boulevard and continue to the entrance of Lacasse Park.

Applications are not being accepted at this time.


 Pickleball Tournament
Details for the Tecumseh Corn Festival Pickleball Tournament will be posted here once confirmed.
 Disc Golf Tournament

Details for the Tecumseh Corn Festival Disc Golf Tournament will be posted here once confirmed.

 3 on 3 Hockey Tournament
Details for the Tecumseh Corn Festival 3 on 3 Hockey Tournament will be posted here once confirmed.


Parking and Bike Valet


Limited on-site parking is available at Lacasse Park. 

$5.00 parking fee per vehicle.

Parking is subject to available space and turf conditions.

Visitors that require Accessible Parking are asked to inform the Festival Attendant at the entrance of Lacasse Park with your Accessible Parking pass so that you may be directed to the on-site accessible paid parking area.

Visitors parking on municipal roadways are reminded to please adhere to all posted traffic and parking signs.   The municipal parking lots of Tecumseh Town Hall and Tecumseh Arena are available for free parking.

Bike Valet

Bike Windsor Essex will be on location to supervise a free bike valet. Safely park your bicycles, scooters, and strollers in the valet located at the park entrance south of the ball diamond. Sponsored in part by the Optimist Club of St. Clair Beach.

Tecumseh Transit Service

Tecumseh Transit Service is offering it regular service.


Thank you to our Sponsors!!

Bonduelle logo

Logo Optimist Club of St Clair Beach

Bonduelle North America

Bonduelle Tecumseh

Essex Power Youth In Community

Optimist Club of St. Clair Beach

Pathway to Potential

If you are interested in sponsoring the Tecumseh Corn Festival, please contact the Tecumseh Parks and Recreation Office at (519) 735-4756 ext. 431.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the dates of the Festival?

The Festival is always scheduled for the weekend prior to the Labour Day weekend.

What are the hours of the Festival?

The 2022 Festival has been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Please check back in early 2023 for information on future festival details.

Is there an admission fee to attend the festival?

No. Entrance to the festival is free. 

Attractions such as the midway do require a fee.

How do I get to Lacasse Park?

Lacasse Park is located at 590 Lacasse Blvd, Tecumseh, Ontario

If you are travelling from the 401 Highway, exit on County Road 19 North (Manning Road).  Continue on Manning Road and turn left on Tecumseh Road.  Travel on Tecumseh Road to Lacasse Blvd.  Turn Right on Lacasse Blvd and the park will be located on the right hand side.

If you are travelling from the United States (Bridge or Tunnel), drive east on Riverside Drive and turn right on Lacasse Blvd.

Can I bring a lawn chair to watch the concerts?

Yes, all concerts are general view areas. Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome.

Are there handicapped / accessible services available?

Limited on-site handicapped parking is available at Lacasse Park. Parking fee applies.

Accessible portable toilets are available on the festival grounds.

The festival will provide on-site transportation to festival ground locations for those that require assistance. If you require assistance to get from one location to another within the festival grounds, please speak to one of the Event Staff personnel when entering the festival grounds and they will radio for a complimentary in-park shuttle to come pick you up.

Are pets allowed in the park during the festival?

No, pets are not permitted on the festival grounds due to the large volume of visitors within the park. Visitors that require a support animal while visiting the festival as asked to provide documentation.

Am I allowed to bring my bike during the festival?

No, bicycles are not permitted in the park during the festival.

Bike Windsor Essex will be offering a free bike valet throughout the festival weekend. The bike valet will be located at the park walkway entrance near the ball diamond and St. Pius X school.

Is the pool open during the festival?

Regular programming at the Tecumseh Leisure Pool (swim lessons and recreational swims) will not be offered  starting on the Thursday prior to the festival and will resume regular scheduled lessons and recreational swims on the Monday following the festival.

As part of the festival's entertainment schedule, a recreational swim is scheduled Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Festival visitors are welcome to attend the recreational swim as part of the Festival Admission.  All swimmers entering the Tecumseh Leisure Pool must adhere to the Admission Policy.

Is the corn at the festival genetically modified corn?

The supplier of the corn is Bonduelle Ontario and they have confirmed that they do not plant any genetically modified corn.

 Is there an ATM Machine onsite?

Yes, there is a machine located between the midway games near the ferris wheel.