The Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival in downtown West Plains, Mo., will celebrate its 25th year Friday and Saturday, May 31 and June 1, with two outstanding acts as headliners on the festival stage. The two-day annual event in downtown West Plains, Mo., celebrates Ozarks music and culture. Admission to all festival events is free. This milestone year, many previous performers have been invited to the Festival stages
Two musical venues host performances by national headliners and regional musicians throughout the day, 17th Annual Bob Holt National Fig Dance Competition, 12th Annual Mule Jump Competition, 15th year of the “What’s Cookin?” Stage, Fiddlers’ Frolic, workshop-sin traditional music, Quilt Show, and traditional square dance. Artisans in action- blacksmiths, instrument makers, spinners & weavers, quilters, flintnappers, soap makers, traditional baskets, & more. Children’s activities, street performances, and jam sessions throughout.