OZARK, Ala. (WTVY) -- Music, art, food and inflatables filled Ozark streets this afternoon for the 49th annual Claybank Jamboree Arts and Crafts Festival.
This is the first time the festival has used the new amphitheater.
In years past, performers were in the street, but with the amphitheater festival goers were able to enjoy the music under shade.
The festival had more than 120 vendors showcasing merchandise and other items.
"We do have some businesses out here gives them a chance to see people on the street people who might not normally come into their place of business lets them reach out to them so they can hopefully get new customers," said Director of Ozark Area Chamber of Commerce Rosmarie Williamson.
The next event the Ozark Chamber of Commerce has is a pet parade on October 24th for more information visit their Facebook page.