The Louie Bluie Music and Arts Festival is completely free to the public and we'd like to keep it that way. It is made possible by a group of dedicated volunteers and by contributions from our generous sponsors and festival supporters like you.

Click the Donate Now link above to make a donation.


Listen to Louie Bluie's music


Watch the Louie Bluie Promo Video


Spread the Word!

Download & print the 2014 flyer and post it at your work, community center, gym, church, coffee shop...wherever folks should know about Louie Bluie!

Download 8.5 x 11 Festival Poster (5.6 MB pdf)


Official Artwork for 2014 Festival

This year’s official festival art was created by Deseree Horseson, a 17-year-old Campbell County High School student.


Become a Louie Bluie Volunteer

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.

Learn more and signup to volunteer.


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We use your contact information to send updates about the festival. We will never share your contact information with other organizations.


Louie Bluie Crafters

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, handmade bird houses, woodworking and carving, stitchery, rug hooking, hand-painted china, and countless objects skillfully and imaginatively transformed.

2013 Best Decorated Booth Award winner Jackie Holloway

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

Louie Bluie Artists

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


2014 Sponsors

View a complete list of our Festival Sponsors.


Official Festival Hotels:
Holiday Inn Express
Hampton Inn


Looking for other fun things to do while you're in the area? Check out Edge Trekker where you can plan your whole trip.


Photos on this website courtesy of Gary Heatherly Photography, Pook Pfaffe, Peter Koczera and Candy Barbee.

There's plenty of fun for young people at the Kids Fun Zone!

Bouncy houses, obstacle courses, crafts, puppet shows, a stilt walker and a Children's Parade. What a great way for your child to spend their Saturday afternoon while you listen to music and see all the wonderful arts and crafts.

The Junior Chamber of Commerce will help children make puppets and do thumb art. Fran will do another nature craft this year and Ray will show kids how to make a God's Eye with popsicle sticks and colorful yarn.

Children will be making noise makers and masks and joining in the Children's Parade. The parade begins at 2 pm, starting and ending at the Fun Zone.

So much fun... See you at the Fun Zone!

Please note: A Festival Area Captain will be on the premises at all times, but parents are required to stay with small children.

Photos from the 2013 Louie Bluie Kid's Fun Zone

Kids Zone Sponsors:


Jerry Byrd's Funtime Rentals