American Heritage Music Festival

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American Heritage Music Festival
Grove Civic Center & Snider's Camp
1800 S Main
Grove
,
OK
74344
Phone: 918-786-8896
Fax: 918-786-8897

Come to the American Heritage Music Festival and enjoy watching nationally sanctioned fiddle and clogging competitions on multiple stages. The festival's finale concert features winners in fiddle divisions and grand champion cloggers, plus a full evening of great entertainment. This event is great for families, with jamming and family camping. Daytime events and competitions are held in the comfortable, air-conditioned Grove Civic Center. In addition to the competitions, special concert entertainment, after-concert jam sessions and great food can also be found during the festival weekend.

Multiple areas and stages allow for separation of the fiddling and clogging competitions. Shows will be staggered between two stages, with big evening shows providing a full weekend of great music. Come to the American Heritage Music Festival for great headliners, judges and talented contestants. Fiddle competition categories include twin fiddle, "anything goes" hot fiddle, Honey Creek special, jukebox, flat-picking, mandolin, Dobro, banjo and more. Clogging competition categories include line dance, line dance formation, exhibition, traditional line dance, couple's hoedown and couple's open precision, as well as show and challenge solos.

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Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available
Projected Attendance: 2,000
Directions
The Grove Civic Center is at 18th & Main St (1800 S Main) in Grove. Snider's Camp is one mile south and 1/2 mile east of the Honeycreek Bridge in Grove (62600 E 320 Rd).

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