Welcome to the Heritage Festival

Bring your family and enjoy arts, crafts, music, and activities for all ages. Music is on three stages with the main stage in the gazebo. So grab a lawn chair or use one of ours, Following is a listing of the music line-up:


10:15 Stoney Point Bluegrass Band (formerly Hwy 33)
11:15 Wild Blue Yonder Band
12:00 Talk Around on Dr. Ralph Stanley
12:15 Stoney Point Bluegrass Band (formerly Hwy 33)
1:15 Wild Blue Yonder Band
2:15 Lakeway Twirlers w/ Caller: Mike Hoose
3:15 The Atkins

Front Porch

10:00 Opening
12:00 Virginia Faith
1:00 Jim Woods Band
2:15 The Atkins
3:00 Jim Woods Band

Gospel Tent

10:30 Going Home Singers
11:15 Valley Boys
12:30 Beason Family
1:15 FC Boys with Ray Bull and Brenda Beeler
2:30 Savannah and Chapel Hill (formerly Betterway)
3:15 New River

Go to unioncountyheritagefestival.com for more information.


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