Click the Donate Now link above to make a donation.
This year’s official festival art was done by Ammi Knight of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Post a flyer at your work or community center or gym or church or...... Just download and print a copy of the festival flyer and post them where your friends and neighbors can see the information about the festival.
Download 8.5 x 11 Festival Poster (4.1MB pdf)
The Louie Bluie Festival is an ALL-VOLUNTEER run event. Our Louie Bluie Volunteers are very important in making our festival the BEST in our region.
We use your contact information to send updates about the festival. We will never share your contact information with other organizations.
Our crafters are skilled in the hand-me-down traditions of these Cumberland Mountains as well as those with more contemporary appeal. They include basket weaving, wooden toys and games, hand made bird houses, woodworking and carving, stitchery, rug hooking, hand painted china, and countless objects skillfully and imaginatively transformed.
Get a Craft Vendor Application
2012 Best Decorated Booth Award winner Shyla Sharp
Visit our Craft Village page for tips on booth decoration.
Fine artists working in oils, water color, acrylics, pastels, charcoal, and pen and ink offer canvasses for the walls of home or office that reflect the skills and techniques of paint and brush.
Learn more about our Judged Art Show
Photos on this website courtesy of Gary Heatherly Photography, Pook Pfaffe and Candy Barbee
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The Festival is a project of the Campbell Culture Coalition whose mission is to enhance the artistic and cultural opportunities of the citizenry, preserve the culturally significant past,
and support the artistic and cultural talents of our youth who are our future.