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Annual Plumb Nellie Days bring in many visitors and vendors

For more than five decades, visitors have flocked to downtown Branson to enjoy Plumb Nellie Days.  The annual arts, crafts and music festival brings in visitors from around the region, to enjoy a large variety of food, fun, shopping and more.  The 2024 Plumb Nellie Days, held last weekend, did not disappoint.

Plumb Nellie Days got its name from the old saying "Plumb Nearly," because at the spring festival, plumb nearly—or Plumb Nellie—anything goes!

Many favorite vendors from past festivals joined forces with new vendors to offer a wide variety of craft items, decor, jewelry, clothing items, soaps and lotions, quilts, gifts and much more. 

Plumb Nellie Days also featured a large selection of delicious fair and festival foods, to the delight of visitors, who raved over the fried pies, walking tacos, pork rinds, kettle corn, lemonade and other delicacies.  

A highlight of each festival is the entertainment tent.  Local and regional entertainers shared their talents with the audiences, and master of ceremonies Angie Sherrill offered a variety of games, trivia and fun between acts.

Plumb Nellie Days is presented annually by the Downtown Branson Betterment Association, an organization designed to bring awareness of—and visitors to— downtown Branson. The DBBA hosts a number of exciting events annually.  In addition to Plumb Nellie Days each spring, the DBBA hosts Autumn Daze each fall, and several additional one-day-only events at Branson's Liberty Plaza.  

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