ARDMORE – Live music, several vendors, and crape myrtles will be in the Ardmore community on the third Saturday of August.
The Greater Ardmore Chamber is gearing up for the 31st annual Ardmore Crape Myrtle Festival, presented by Bean & Co Boutique, on August 19, 2023, at John Barnes Park in Ardmore, Tennessee from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
At the present time, the Chamber has 140 booths reserved for the festival. This includes specialty vendors, direct sales vendors, hospitality tents, food vendors and food trucks, and informational booths. The Redstone Federal Credit Union Mobile ATM will be at the festival for patrons to get cash if needed.
There are several bands scheduled to play throughout the day. Houston Ridge Bluegrass Band will perform at 10:30 a.m. and JUICE party band from Huntsville at 2 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair.
The chamber will be selling a variety of colors of crape myrtles.
“This will be one of the largest festivals the chamber has ever hosted,” said Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce Director Yolandia Eubanks. “We encourage everyone to come out and support the town and city of Ardmore and the Chamber.”
Those planning to attend the festival must enter through the entrance on Hamlett Street off Main Street between Piggly Wiggly and King’s Hardware. Parking and entry to the festival is free.
The chamber would like to thank additional sponsors which include Butler Realty, Brooke Rozell with Capstone Realty, Daly & Son Car Care, Fowler Auction & Real Estate, RedHawk Pest Control, Ardmore Telephone Company, Athens-Limestone Hospital, Elk River Health & Nursing Center of Ardmore, Jones Pharmacy, Limestone County Economic Development Association, Redstone Federal Credit Union, & Tennessee College for Applied Technology.
Individuals can check the Chamber’s social media accounts and website for more details on the bands and the list of vendors. https://greaterardmorechamber.com/crape-myrtle-festival.
About the Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce serves two states, four counties, and one community. The Chamber promotes economic development, quality of life, and education in the Greater Ardmore area. For more information on the chamber’s programs, visit their website at www.greaterardmorechamber.com.