6/08/2016

Links for Applications and Information

Links for Applications and Information

Online Craft Application

Online Commercial Application

Official Honey Fest Webpage


Honey Fest email Address: honeyfestival@gmail.com

Music and Entertainment Email:  honeyfestivalstage@gmail.com


8/24/2015

2015 Revised Music & Gospel Music Schedule

Friday Sept 4, 2015

6:00 Jamie Campbell
6:30 Elvis TC of Boyd
7:00 Gary Fugate
8:00 Star Lite Devils
9:00 Taylor Dye
10:00 Burn Down
11:00. Saving Sanity


Saturday Sept. 5, 2015

1:00. - 3:00 Morgan Hudson with Southern Pride Cloggers
Come out he is going to give lessons for beginners also.
3:00 Salt Creek
4:00 Blackpowder Express
5:00 Clinton Frye
6:00 Salt Creek
7:00 Blackpowder Express
8:00 Sophie & Emmie Deaton
9:00 The Country Troubadours
10:00 Kayla Beth Smith
11:00 Travis Ritche and Friends

Sunday Sept 6, 2015

Gospel Music

12:00 Kendra Thorpe Noble
12:15 Rosalee Moore
12:30 Melissa Estep Duff
12:45 Elizabeth Campbell Mullins
1:00 Jeff Johnson
1:15 The Couch Family
2:00 Rosalee Moore
2:15 Panbowl Full Gospel
3:00 Elizabeth Campbell Mullins
3:15 John Tincher & Friends
4:00 Kendra Thorpe Noble
4:15 Anointed
5:00 Melissa Estep Duff
5:15 Proclaim Trio (Ky Mountain Bible College)
6:00 Billy Jo Mullins
6:30 Community Worship Service
8:00 Billy Joe Mullins
8:30 Jack Strong
10:30 Travis Ritche and Friends
Please bring your lawn chairs and get under the tent provided for shade and rain.

8/08/2015

Jenny Wiley Dulcimers and Kits



Jeff Lambert will be a new exhibitor at the 2015 Honey Festival. Stop by his booth to discover or re-discover this Appalachian Craft!

Jeff  hand crafts each of his dulcimers in his woodshop, located in beautiful Elliott County, Kentucky. Learn more about how his dulcimers are created in the pages of his web-site:  http://www.dulcimersbyjeff.com 

The dulcimers are available completely finished or in a kit form (for those who want the joy of building their own instrument). 

Enjoy the simple, sweet tones of these finely manufactured instruments. The Mountain or Appalachian dulcimer is one of the easiest of all stringed instruments to play. The Dulcimer is in the midst of a great revival. People around the world are buying, building and playing this unique and historic musical instrument! 

Check out this You Tube video:

Jeff Lambert Builds and Plays Dulcimers