Learn more about Valley Fest 2018.
Begin your days full of fun by following the parade, led by the Mayor himself on his unicycle! Dunlap is a little town that knows how to throw a great party, one neighbors and visitors will long remember for the music they heard, the fun they shared, and the beauty of the Valley. Valley Fest is, above all, about having a great time outdoors with family and friends. No one knows more about how to party well than this year's Valley Fest Saturday night headliner, Restless Heart, restlessheartband.com. This fall the legendary country group was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. The band will appeal to all the people in the audience, young, old, and in-between. Some of their most popular songs include such favorites as : That Rock Won't Roll; I'll Still Be Loving You; Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right); andI'll Still Be Loving You. Although the headliner plays country music, this is not a "country music festival," a "bluegrass festival," or any other one genre festival. This is a celebration of the diverse music enjoyed in the Sequatchie Valley. No matter what kind of music you love it is a great time. This year, as a special treat, Sunday's headliner will be Jason Crabb, so popular last year he was invited to return. Jason describes himself as a small-town, Kentucky boy done good. And good it is, to listen to him sing. In 2012, Jason walked away with not only Male Artist of the Year at the GMA (Gospel Music of America) Dove Awards, he took home Artist of the Year as well, marking 20 Dove Awards throughout his career, not to mention the GRAMMY Award he took home in 2010. Other great performers will entertain you: Ogya World Music Band & Mawre and Co. (dance troupe); Cody McCarver; T Graham Brown; Carrie Hasslerand, and local favorite The Cumberland Band.
Hwy 128 (Rankin Avenue) at Cherry Street
Dunlap, TN 37327
May 1 noon-5pm