Join us for a fun-filled day on the banks of Watts Bar Lake! Food and craft vendors will be set up all day with live performances by Grammy winner Johnny Neel (formerly of the Allman Brothers Band), The Royal Hounds, Cereus Bright & The Temper Evans Band! Fireworks begin at dark. Don't miss your chance to be a part of this year's first-ever Smokin' the Water BBQ Cook-Off Contest! Top prize takes home $1,200! The festival is free, but many vendors require cash. Please plan accordingly.
Latitude: 35.878504 Longitude: -84.525287
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Interests and Areas of Expertise
Roane County has more lake miles than any other area in East Tennessee, enjoying more than 700 shoreline miles on beautiful Watts Bar Lake. As the Tourism Manager I am able to share my love for this beautiful place. Here you will find world class fishing, lakeside resorts and dining, unique family festivals, live bluegrass music, and so much more. www.RoaneTourism.com
7/4/2017 – 7/4/2017
Ages Festival is Appropriate ForAll ages welcome!
Pet Friendly NotesAnimals are not allowed in the festival
How to Get There
I-40, Kingston exit 352, turn right and head Southwest on Hwy 58/N. Kentucky Street. Festival is near the intersection with Hwy 70 in town and along waterfront. Parking is available in this area.