WILLIAMSVILLE, MO (KFVS) - It's that time again for the Old Tyme Country Festival in Williamsville, Missouri.
It's located on Highway 49, three miles west of Williamsville in Wayne County.
The 12th annual festival begins at 9 a.m. on June 2, and will have crafters, food, antique cars and tractors, a bounce house for children, rail splitting, a watermelon eating contest and much more.
There will also be live music all day by the following singers and bands: Ian Micheals, 3 Degrees, Seed Tick Ridge, Second Time Around, Brandi LaRae, Thorny Mountain Boys, Drive Tyme, Acoustic Crosroads, Alex Riffle Band, and the Otter Creek Boys.
There is free admission and free parking, and officials say camping is available.
Crafter space is available for $35 and booth space for $45.
For more information call (573) 998-2875 or (573) 776-3574 or (573) 998-2337.