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American Heritage Music Festival

June 8 - June 10

American Heritage Music Festival Grove Oklahoma

The American Heritage Music Festival and the Grand Lake National Fiddle Contest will bring lots of musical performers, jamming and competition fun to Har-Ber Village June 9 and 10.

Festivities will kick off at Snider’s Camp on Thursday, June 8 with stage performances by Prairie Breeze String Band, the Rough Riders, I’m Not Lisa, Jana Jae & Friends, and more.

Friday and Saturday, the fun will move to Har-Ber Village in Grove with popular emcee Splinter Middleton, Ron Young singing the National Anthem, and bands including Marriott Swing Band, Liz Grace and Three Chord Justice, Bob Fjeldsted Trio, David Bridges and The Message, Doyle Wood and Honky Tonk Healin’, Janet Stowers Band, and World Champion bones player Barry Patton joining renowned Hee Haw fiddler, Jana Jae, for exciting entertainment at the Event Center and throughout the Village.

Har-Ber Village Executive Director Nicole Reynolds is offering a reduced special festival admission fee of $5 for Friday and Saturday activities, with demonstrations and exhibitions in addition to all the music.

“There is lots going on in the Village, and we want all area families and friends to be able to come and enjoy our first time to host these wonderful festivals,” said Reynolds.

The Village will be alive with music and live demonstrations all up and down Main Street and throughout the Village.

Saturday will feature the Grand Lake National Fiddle Contest as fiddlers from around the country vie for cash prizes in their age categories and the Grand Champion prize of $1000.

Visit https://www.grandlakefestivals.com to register for contests online.


June 8
June 10
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Har-Ber Village Museum
4404 West 20th
Grove, OK 74344
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(918) 786-6446
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