The Plumb Nellie Days stage hosts a full line-up of local entertainers. A meet and greet booth will be available so attendees will have a chance to talk with many of the performers. Adding to the fun is a street dance planned for Friday night.
Jewelry, wood crafts, quilts, clothing, crocheted and knitted items, toys, floral arrangements, hats, purses, ironworks, and collectible art work will all be on display and for sale. A food court with everything from fried Twinkies to steak sandwiches will be serving up tasty treats all day long. New for this year is a chuckwagon food vendor serving up tasty items like beef tips, pulled pork and fried taters.
As May 18 is Armed Forces Tribute Day Plumb Nellie Days is also hosting a salute to military ceremony at noon. The ceremony will feature performances by Roy Morris and Barbara Fairchild.
The three day event is in downtown Branson at the corners of Commercial and Main streets, an entire city block.