OZARK, Ala. (WDHN)—This weekend, Ozark officials expect hungry folks from across the tri-states and beyond
to be stuffing their stomachs in the downtown square.

From nine in the morning until six o’clock Saturday night, the 17th annual Ozark Crawdad and Music Festival will take place.

Besides crawfish and shrimp boils, they’ll be more than 100 vendors serving food, children’s activities,
And a unique selection of arts and crafts.

In addition now with an entertainment district established in Downtown Ozark, adult beverages will be available as well.

The Alabama Tourism office lists the Ozark Crawdad festival as one of the top 100 special events held annually statewide.

It’s free to enter the festival with plenty of live music as well.