Jen Lilley

Autographs/Photo Ops/Panel

Jen will be appearing Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

  • Autographs: $40

  • Selfie: $40

  • Combo Autograph/Selfie: $70

  • Professional Photo Ops: (On Sale Now)

                Solo: $60

                Harvest Love duo: $110

                  (Lilley, Paevey)

      (Photo Op purchase includes a digital download)

  • Jen will have a Q&A panel (Date and time TBD)

Autographs and Selfies will be cash only at artist’s table.

Professional Photo Ops are on sale now!

You must have a valid entrance ticket in order to redeem a photo op.


A star on both the silver and small screens, including the Academy Award-winning film THE ARTIST, as well as her lead roles on NBC’s iconic daytime series “Days of Our Lives,” and ABC’s “General Hospital,” Jen Lilley is hard to miss.  She even visits your home on the holidays as a Hallmark Channel darling, starring in many of their top rated productions.  Recently, she hosted the Movieguide Awards which honors the best in family programming.  


Jen Lilley’s creative prowess does not end when the director yells cut, she is also a singer and songwriter. Lilley balances her day job with her lifelong passion of 1960’s girl groups to create a collection of timeless songs that is set to have a whole new generation singing along. Her music exudes the same sultry ferocity of Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton, with Phil Spector’s wall of sound treatment via Rosie Danvers and her 50-piece orchestra. 


When Jen Lilley is not busy in front of a camera, or perfecting her vocals in a studio, she can be found working with various charities and spending time with her family. She is known for advocating children’s rights and supports charities that focus on protecting children against physical and sexual abuse, human trafficking, and the world water crisis. Truly selfless, she is a foster and adoptive parent through the child abuse and treatment organization ChildHelp, and is a celebrity ambassador for Childhelp, Project Orphans, ECPAT, Olive Crest, The Dave Thomas Foundation, The Thirst Project, The Los Angeles Mission, Oneless, A21, Children of the Night, and the Innocent Justice Foundation to name a few.  Down the line, Lilley hopes to build a neighborhood for orphans and kids in the foster care system to find permanency and stability in safe and loving homes.