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Plumb Nellie Days this weekend

Downtown Branson will be bustling with activity this weekend, with the 57th Annual Plumb Nellie Days.


The popular arts, crafts and music festival is set for Friday and Saturday, April 19 and 20, and will feature over 90 vendors, working craftsmen and food trucks who will gather for a weekend of fun.


Vendors travel from around the region to attend Plumb Nellie Days, offering clothing, jewelry, soaps, lotions, quilts, decor and much more.  


"We are so excited for the many new vendors we have coming this year and for so many great returning vendors," said Jessica Luthardt, Director of the Downtown Branson Betterment Association.


Additionally, Plumb Nellie Days will offer a variety of free live entertainment on the entertainment stage on Commercial Street.


"We are blessed to have so many talented Branson performers share our stage with musical styles from jazz, bluegrass, rock and roll, doo wop, and more," explained Luthardt. "Our emcee, Angie Sherrill, will also have games in between with free prizes handed out. The festival is family friendly and we have activities for kids as well."


Food trucks will also offer the best in festival foods, including shaved ice, walking tacos, philly cheesesteaks, fresh squeezed lemonade and more delicious offerings.  


The Plumb Nellie Days Festival is set for Friday and Saturday, April 19 and 20, from 9 a.m. to 6 p/m. The festival is located behind Dick's 5 & 10 on Commercial and Atlantic Streets.  

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