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Annual Bluegrass & Chili Festival

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Event# 877-341-8688

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Visitors will find 3 stages of local, regional & national artists of Bluegrass, Country and Gospel Music. In addition cooks will enter in the Mid-America Chili Cook-off for a chance to compete nationally; there is an arts & crafts show, car show and lots for children to do in the Kiddie Korral. It's a great family fun event!

Annual Bluegrass & Chili Festival


Phone : 877-341-8688   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Admission is free; parking is $10 per car load daily.

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