- Cullman, Alabama

May 9, 2013

Plenty of music, food at annual Strawberry Fest

Staff Reports
The Cullman Times

— The annual Strawberry Fest is under way with an expanded line-up of musical acts.

Located around the Festhalle Market Platz at the corner of Arnold Street and First Avenue NE in downtown, the festival has live music, a classic car show, 5K run, craft and food vendors and, of course, fresh strawberries.

Organizers have booked acts that cover genres ranging from bluegrass to rock ‘n roll. Bands this year include Three on a String, “Mean Mary” James, Roy Crawford, The Hit Men and several others.


9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Senior Day

8 a.m. Farmers’ Market opens

9 a.m. Ribbon cutting ceremony; arts-n-crafts; antique tractor show; Cullman County Museum-free admission

9:30 a.m. Congregational singing with The Foxes

10 a.m. Joyful Heart singing

11:30 a.m. Lunch

11:45 Bingo

2 p.m. Behind The Times

3 p.m. Chuck Pucket & Ruthie

4:30 p.m. Cullman High School Drum Line

5 p.m. Cullman High School Jazz Band

6 p.m. Street Level

8:30 p.m. MP4theband

Saturday, May 11

8 a.m. Farmers’ Market opens; arts-n-crafts; kids fun area; antique tractor show; classic car show

9 a.m. Cullman County Museum; FFA West Point and Vinemont Band

10 a.m. Wiener Dog Race; dog activities; Cullman Community Band

11 a.m. Cullman High School Show Choir; Carolina Shaggers’ performance

12 p.m. Wallace State Jazz Band

1:15 p.m. Three on a String

3:15 p.m. Roy Crawford and the Cullman County Bluegrass

4:30 p.m. Mean Mary James

6 p.m. The Hit Men

7:30 p.m. Round 2