City of Ozark celebrates 13th annual crawdad and music festival

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OZARK, AL. (WTVY) - The City of Ozark invited the community to bring a blanket or lawn chair to spend the day with them at the 13th annual Ozark Crawdad & Music Festival.

The festival took place on the square in Downtown Ozark.

This fun filled festival was free to the public and offered a variety of things to do, such as: children's activities, arts & crafts, food and live entertainment,

And of course…what's a crawfish festival without crawfish!

Kristen Hall, Area Supervisor for Ozark Leisure Services, says "We have 120 vendor booths this year...we are rolling with it! We have maxed out our vendors this year and we have a headliner from Nashville. So, we are rolling as we go."

This year's headliner was Kyle Mitchell.

This is the first time Crawdad has ever had an upcoming Nashville star play for the community.

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