The Fraley Festival of Traditional Music will be taking place the weekend after Labor Day as it has for 43 years in the beautiful setting of Carter caves State Resort Park. It is a weekend gathering of people who love to play and listen to traditional mountain music of Eastern Kentucky. People with fiddles, banjos, folk songs, ballands, guitars, dulcimers, and autoharps play on the amphitheater stage, in the parking lot, in the camgrounds and cabins, continuing the celebration of the rich tradition of music from J.P. and Annadeene Fraley and the many others who have come to the festival over the years.
September 4 – 7, 2013
Carter Caves State Resort Park
Olive Hill, Kentucky
The Park is located in northeastern Kentucky, 4 miles off I-64, between Grayson and Olive Hill. Carter Caves has a restaurant, lodge, vacation cottages, RV campsites and primitive campsites. For reservations and further information about the park, visit the Carter Caves State Resort Park website at http://parks.ky.gov/findparks/resortparks/cc/ or call 800-325-0059.
Official Website – http://www.fraleyfestival.com