Louie Bluie Music and Arts Festival is free to the public thanks to dedicated volunteers and contributions from our generous sponsors and festival supporters like you.



2015 Sponsors

View a complete list of our Festival Sponsors.


Official Festival Hotels:
Holiday Inn Express
Hampton Inn


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Spread the Word!

Download & print the 2015 flyer and post it at your work, community center, gym, church, coffee shop...wherever folks should know about Louie Bluie!

Download Festival Poster (6.5 MB pdf)


Official Artwork for 2015 Festival

This year’s official festival art was created by Madison Conrad, a 2015 graduate of Campbell Comprehensive High School.


Volunteer

The Louie Bluie Festival is run by passionate, helpful volunteers. They make our festival the best in our region. How can you help? Sign up today!


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Crafts

Winner of the 2014 Best Decorated Booth Award is wood carver A.J. Byers!

Visit our Craft Village page for vendor application and tips on booth decoration.

Arts

Our judged art show features works of oil paint, water color, acrylics, pastels, charcoal, and pen and ink.
Learn more about our Judged Art Show

Quilts

Submissions for the Judged Quilt Competition will be accepted Wednesday, September 23, 10 am to 6 pm at The Quilt Patch, 2221 Jacksboro Pike (Food City Center), LaFollette. [ view a map to The Quilt Patch ]

Learn more

2015 Festival Schedule

10 a.m.  Festival gates open
10 a.m.  Craft Village, Art & Quilt Shows in the Pavilion, and Movie Tent open
11 a.m.  Live music begins on the Louie Bluie and Sounds Like Home stages
2 p.m.  Children's Parade (starts and ends at Kids Fun Zone)
5 p.m.  Movie Tent and Art & Quilt Shows in the Pavilion close
6 p.m.  Craft Village closes
6:45 p.m.  Grand finale at the Louie Bluie stage
7 p.m.  Festival Closes

 

Thanks to our Headliner Sponsor

 

 

Judged Art & Quilt Exhibit

10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Located in Park Pavilion

 

Thanks to our Art & Quilt Exhibit Sponsor

 

Thanks to our Visual Arts Sponsor

 

Louie Bluie stage

11 a.m. Tribute to the Old Time LaFollette Fiddlers Convention
12 p.m. Tennessee Schmaltz
1 p.m. Kelle Jolly and the Will Boyd Project
2 p.m. Y'uns Jugband
3 p.m. Sparky & Rhonda Rucker
4 p.m. Keith Brown & The Blue Print
5 p.m. Alvin "Youngblood" Hart
6 p.m. Armstrong Legacy Trio
6:45 Closing sing-a-long

 

Thanks to Louie Bluie stage sponsor
 

Sounds Like Home stage
11 a.m. White Oak School student performance
12 p.m. New River Boys
1 p.m. Maggie Longmire
2 p.m. Pinnacle Mountain Boys Reunion
3 p.m. Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle
4 p.m. EmiSunshine
5 p.m. Dixieghost

 

Thanks to our Sounds Like Home stage sponsors

City of Caryville

and

City of LaFollette


Kids Fun Zone

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sponsored by:

 

Crafts Village

Open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 

Thanks to: