Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival

Music, apple butter, and historic tours

CEDAR BLUFF, VA — The historic town of Cedar Bluff in Tazewell County will host the annual Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival on September 16, 2017.  This festival is the region’s premier autumn festival attracting 200 vendors and 20,000 visitors on the third Saturday in September each year.

Numerous artists, craftsmen, antique dealers and food vendors will fill the historic downtown area. Visitors will enjoy exciting musical performances from the bandstand in Town Square and on Stage II under the Big Top Tent. Horse and carriage tours of the Historic District and a Civil War camp re-enactment will highlight the heritage of Cedar Bluff, a charming 19th century mill town developed along the Clinch River.

The 2017 festival will feature an Antique Car Parade, dance performances, the Great Clinch River Duck Race, apple butter making, pony rides and a petting zoo. 

From the beautifully restored old grist mill to the 1873 birthplace of Governor George C. Peery, Cedar Bluff offers the experience of a time gone by. The Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival has received the Festival of the Year Award from the Blue Ridge Travel Association and has been entertaining visitors for 40 years.

For more information visit the Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival facebook page, www.visittazewellcounty.org or call (276) 964-4889.