As is the case every year, numerous vendors will line Nashville Street, while stages and kids station will book-end the strip.
“We’re very excited about this years event, and he hope that the community turns out for a great Memorial Day weekend,” said Daniel Shepherd, marketing and DDA coordinator for the city of Ringgold. “Kids are out of school, a lot of people have a long weekend, it’s a great way for the community to kick off the summer.”
Admission to the festival is free. It will include more than 100 food, arts, and crafts vendors, live music on multiple stages, music and dance contests, beauty pageants, a parade and classic car show. Musicians can put their skills to the test at the fiddle contest as well as the talent show.
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