A ribbon-cutting was held this morning at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View for Arkansas Country Fall Fest. Cutting the ribbon is Nathan Hunnicutt, president of the Arkansas Country Music Association.
The Arkansas Country Fall Fest will be hosted by the Ozark Folk Center State Park, the only Arkansas State Park (out of 52 total), whose mission is to perpetuate, present, and promote the Ozark way of life through music and artisan crafts.
This November 15-17, ticket holders can expect outstanding performances covering multiple genres including Americana, bluegrass, country, inspirational, and “old-time” music, according to a press release.
Performers will include winners and nominees of the 2019 Arkansas Country Music Awards which are scheduled to take place Monday, June 3. Nearly 130,000 individual nominations and votes were cast for the 2019 season.
Arkansas Country Fall Fest will feature performances bridging the gap between the Ozark’s deep well of old-time folk and bluegrass, to Americana, country, and inspirational gospel.
The festival will feature three days of music at multiple stages, songwriter rounds, showcases, music industry seminars, contests, headliners, great food, scenic views, cozy accommodations, and wonderful hospitality. The event will truly be a coming together of music fans, musicians, producers, and industry professionals from across Arkansas.
Ticketing and sponsorship information can be found at ArkansasMusic.org.