Many new vendors found at the 47th Autumn Daze Festival
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Downtown Branson Betterment Association
Downtown Branson is celebrating its 47th Annual Autumn Daze Arts, Crafts, and Music Festival September 17-19, 2020 in the Historic District. New vendors from as far as Illinois and Tennessee will be presenting their handmade items for your fun shopping opportunity. Come experience over 80 vendors with crafts ranging from rugs, woodworks, glassworks, jewelry, clothing, children’s toys, soaps, lotions, and more. Vendors will be demonstrating their crafts as well as selling their wares all three days. Savor great food as Italian sausage, walking tacos, cheesesteak subs, fresh-squeezed lemonade, kettle korn, and pork rinds. We are excited to have newcomer “Fried What?!” at the festival as they fry up Key Lime Pie, tacos, and just about any dessert you can think. Be sure to check out all of our Downtown shop’s sidewalk sales as well. “I love Autumn Daze," says Brenda Meadows an entertainer and chairperson for the Branson Veterans Task Force. "What a great way to celebrate the season and continue a vital, annual Branson tradition. It is so much more than an arts and craft festival."
The festival will feature special guest, Nicholas Inman, author, editor, and publisher with his latest publication – Our America Magazine- with his friend and actress Olivia De Haviland’s story. Nicholas Inman has many tales from his friendships with several of our United States Presidents. He still spends President Carter’s birthday with him. Nicholas and his daughter are part of the Laura Ingalls Wilder preservation property and his daughter will be at Autumn Daze in the character of Laura she plays at their heritage festival.
Autumn Daze will also be featuring some of your favorite Branson stars performing on the entertainment stage. Come watch amazingly talented stars such as David Brooks, Mark Allred, Rick McEwen, Olena Bosworth on Cello, Ermal Williamson and his yodeling bride, Potterswheel, Abundance Quartet, Harmony Trio, Tom Lovato, Johnny Morokko, the Branson Regional Arts Council’s Staccato Show Choir and much more. Live entertainment delivered all day, every day of the festival.
Saturday, September 19th will feature our family fun day with a giant inflatable slide. The festival will be practicing safety and all guidelines to make this a fun event for all.