Southern Festivals

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2003/07/08 12:11:49 (permalink)

Southern Festivals

Thought you might find this website useful in planning your roadtrips.

http://www.southfest.com/index.html
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    EliseT
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    RE: Southern Festivals 2003/07/09 04:45:44 (permalink)
    Great site. Wish they had one for the whole country.
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    RE: Southern Festivals 2004/10/19 22:57:01 (permalink)
    I went to a fantastic little festival over the weekend at Cumberland Gap, where TN, VA, and KY all meet. Pop pf the town is about 250. They had a heritage days festicval complete with some races, homemmade applebutter, homemade music, chili, and BBQ. Crafts, etc. Really a neat place.
    This is festival season. Anybody planning on going to a neat festival in the near future?

    carl reitz
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    Ort. Carlton.
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    RE: Southern Festivals 2004/10/19 23:02:46 (permalink)
    Dearfolk,
    The annual BrewGrass Festival in downtown Asheville, N. C., which was rained out by one hurricane or another, is rescheduled for Saturday, October 30. If I am able to sell enough books to afford to make the trip, I'm going. It sounds like fun: lots of good microbrewery and brewpub beers, bluegrass and old-timey music, and interesting food.
    Tip-sily, Stone Sober Ort. Carlton in 30601-Central.
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    Gypsy Bob
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    RE: Southern Festivals 2004/10/20 09:51:39 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by EliseT

    Great site. Wish they had one for the whole country.



    Try www.GoFest.net and put in whatever ZIP code you want!

    Bob C in NC
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    queenb
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    RE: Southern Festivals 2004/10/24 05:00:04 (permalink)
    There's a little festival in Georgia called the Redneck Games (Dublin, Ga) that was created about the time we got the Olympics in Atlanta; it involves games like the Hubcap Toss, Mud Diving, Bobbing for Pig's Feet, etc and of course lots of good food. It gets bigger every year, and I've been dying to go, because I've heard it's a hoot, but it's held on the 4th of July weekend every year and the nature of my job makes it pretty well impossible to go down to check it out, dadgummit!
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    Gypsy Bob
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    RE: Southern Festivals 2004/10/24 07:38:45 (permalink)
    Here's another, and similar, resource for festival information:
    http://www.gofest.net/

    Bob C in NC
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    robicheaux
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    RE: Southern Festivals 2004/11/08 17:36:02 (permalink)
    2 come to mind here in Louisiana

    Last week in Abbeville we had the GIANT Omelet Festival

    and the Crawfish Festival here in Breaux Bridge in May
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