Attend the 22nd Annual Downtown Branson Fiddle Festival and Mid-American Fiddler’s Championship

Branson will soon hold the 22nd Annual Downtown Branson Fiddle Festival & Mid-American Fiddler’s Championship from August 27 – 29 at the Branson Landing and will also feature other activities in Historic Area of Branson. The preliminaries for the fiddle competition will be on the 28 from 10 am – 6 pm and finals will be on Sunday the 29 from 12 pm – 5 pm on the Branson Landing. Also featured on the Branson Landing will be a concert by BIG SMITH to kick off the festivities in front of the fountains on Friday the 27 at 8 pm.

There will be several great activities at the Festival that can be enjoyed in the Historic District such as food vendors, community sponsors, arts and crafts vendors, a children’s area with pony rides, inflatables, crafts, and so much more. There will also be a fun square dance starting at 7 pm on Saturday night. In addition to all the exciting activities and crafts, there will be fiddle making, cross tuning, guitar seconding, round dancing, square dancing, and more!

Also in store for visitors will be special appearances by some of the best performers in Branson. Some of these musicians even competed in the Mid-American Fiddlers Championship when they were kids! If you are a fiddle player yourself, there will be special discounts during the “Show Me Your Fiddle” promotion. This great free event also has a free trolley service to each location which cuts down on walking and saves time for more fun.

If you are wanting to visit Branson for the 22nd Annual Downtown Branson Fiddle Festival & Mid-American Fiddlers Championship, be sure to check out some of the great shows as well as hotels in the area to make your trip to Branson complete.

 

19 thoughts on “Attend the 22nd Annual Downtown Branson Fiddle Festival and Mid-American Fiddler’s Championship”

  1. my little one is probably to young to enjoy everything there but im sure she would love the inflatables and seeing the ponies

  2. The fiddle is one of America’s most iconic instruments and I can’t think of a better place to hear talented performers play than in Branson. I can’t believe I missed it!

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