44th Annual National Old Time Music Festival

44th Annual National Old Time Music Festival
Fremont, Nebraska
October 3-6, 2019

This is the longest running ‘old-time’ music festival in Mid-America. It runs for four days with three stages plus some jamming rooms. CD of the Year awards in old-time music are made by the Rural Roots Music Commission. Hall of Fame inductees in America’s Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame which is displayed in the Pioneer Music Museum is hosted by the National Traditional Country Music Association. Top names in old-time country, folk, and blues music have been appearing at the event for all 44 years. Directed by Bob & Sheila Everhart, Smithsonian Institution recording artists. Bob is also a record reviewer of old-time music for Country Music News International, as well as writing and printing his own magazine “Tradition.”

1914 Christensen Field Road, 68025
$20 per person on a daily basis; four-day pass for $70, under age 18 free. RV camping is $15 per day which includes electricity and water. Tenting is permitted without electricity for $10 daily. There are free showers on the grounds and a dump station fo
Workshops, Jams, Concerts, Dances
Tent camping, RVs, Camper vans, Numerous motels within a mile
Showers, Food vendors, Store