If you are a music enthusiast and appreciate the rich cultural heritage of the Appalachian region, the Ashe County Fiddlers Convention is an event you don’t want to miss. Held annually in the charming town of Jefferson, North Carolina, this convention is a celebration of traditional music, folk arts, and community spirit. In this blog post, Ashe County Realty invites you to join the Ashe County Fiddlers Convention and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of this beloved musical gathering.
Any proceeds from the Fiddlers Convention are used to support the Junior Appalachian Musicians Program or JAM. JAM provides instruction at the Ashe Civic Center in fiddle, banjo and guitar for students in grades 3-8.
The 52nd annual Fiddlers Convention will be held at Ashe County Park July 28-29. The weekend will be filled with individual instrumental and band competitions with $4350 in prize money for the winners, a Friday evening concert with The Crooked Road Ramblers and Kelly and the Cowboys, food, instrument makers, and good times for musicians and audience members alike.