Sparta, Wisconsin • 30th Annual Sparta Butterfest • June 5, 6, 7 & 8, 2014 •

Welcome our new 2014 Festmaster, Doug Dengel!

Friday, April 11, 2014 we welcomed our newest Festmaster to the Butterfest family. Doug Dengel, son of former Festmaster Bob Dengel, is the first official member of the 2014 Sparta Butterfest Royal Family. Lady Butterfest will be inducted at a luncheon on May 10th, and the Little, Jr. and Miss Sparta Royalty will be named on May 31st, completing the 2014 Royal Family. 

Right, Doug is pictured at the banquet with his supportive family. Congratulations again, Doug!

To view more pictures from the 2014 Festmaster's Banquet, click here.

The 2014 Button is here! Congratulations Sandy!

Our 2014, 30th Anniversary button is here and we are excited to congratulate Sandy Leis on winning this year's button design contest. The button will be available soon all over Sparta, so be sure to get yours before the fest to save a little money! We can't wait to see you at this year's fest, June 5-8!

A Big Thank You to our Sponsors

To the left, our 2013 Royalty pose with the 2014 Sponsor banner. Thank you to all of our amazing sponsors for your support of Sparta Butterfest. Royalty include Jr. Miss Kristen Clark, Little Miss Jenna Martin, 2nd Princess Brooke Granahan, Miss Sparta Autumn Freeman and 1st Princess Zoe Roou. 

Entertainment Announcement!

We are so excited to announce our entertainment line up for the fest tent! Check out the 2014 bands by clicking on the links below!

Friday - Liquorish - Back by popular demand!!


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 Liquorish - Back by popular demand!!

Technology Update! 

Thank you Fluidsurveys for your sponsorship!

Great news!  We will be using FluidSurveys’ online survey tools this year as they have generously donated a license to our cause.  Keep checking back for updates on the surveys we will be running for this year’s Butterfest! 

The Sparta Butterfest float is for sale!

Are you interested in purchasing the Sparta Butterfest float? The float features a yellow flower seat and four rock seats, along with numerous flower beds, a pathway, and a tinsel/garland outline of the shape of Wisconsin.

If you are interested, contact Brad Bohl or Kim Smith