Official Site of:
The Hank Williams Festival
The 38th Annual "Salute To A Legend
Was Held Held June 2-3, 2017
At Hank Williams Music Park, Georgiana, Alabama
The 2018 Festival Will Be Held June 1-2




Hank Williams Sr.

Jett Williams
PLEASE NOTE:
The Hank Williams Festival is an outdoor event.
NO RESERVED
SEATING!
Bring your lawn chairs.
No lounge chairs, coolers, food, drinks, or pets can be taken into park.


Brad Magness
Mary McDonald
Colon Leatherwood
Hank's Boyhood Home
which is now a museum.
DIRECTIONS TO PARK

The festival is held on the grounds of Hank's Boyhood Home and Museum in Georgiana, Alabama
 To reach the festival
from I-65, take Exit 114
and go one mile east



E-mail:
cityofgeorgiana
@centurytel.net

For more info call:
334-376-2396
Fax: 334-376-9850


ATTENTION FOOD & ARTS & CRAFT VENDORS
If you are interested in
displaying at this year's
festival, contact:
cityofgeorgiana
@centurytel.net
or: 334-376-2555


In addition to great entertainment, the fesitval includes Arts & Crafts, as well as a Food Court
Starla Jones
Festival Accommodations
NOTE:
Tickets are sold at gate
for both days. No advance
purchase is necessary, but in order to save $10 on a ticket
for both days, it must be bought by May 27.
Regular ticket prices:
Saturday: $30
Friday: $20
Advance Ticket; Both Days: $40
Children under 12 free
when accompanied by adult.
VISIT
The Hank Williams Museum
127 Rose Street
Georgiana, AL
334-376-2555
Hours of Operation:
Mon.-Sat. 10 am-4pm
Boyhood Home of
Hank Williams Sr.
Museum Entrance
         Curators:
  Margaret Gaston
& Leona Simmons
RV HOOKUPS AVAILABLE
Full Hookups Available for Festival
$25 per night/three night minimum
Call: 334-376-2555

ADVANCE TICKET ORDER FORM
Remit To:
Hank Williams Museum
P O Box 310
Georgiana, AL 36033

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Museum Photos
    The Band  "Flashback"

Gene Watson, Jett Williams and many other Nashville music-makers  thrilled the audience on Saturday night.  The fans were treated to Frank Foster and James DuPre on Friday. In addition, many other local and regional artists took the stage and did a great job. Overall, it was one of the best performances ever held on the stage of the Hank Williams Music Festival.
But We Couldn't Have Done it Without Our Sponsors
To everyone that helped and supported us, "We Salute and Thank You."

Your Sponsorship Dollars Will Insure A Better Festival In 2018
Site Maintained By Gerald Hodges
For Additional Information:
Call: 251-626-4086, or, e-mail: hodges@race500.com


Fans listened and cheered as Gene Watson and many other entertainers put on a great show
While Others Danced
Plans are already underway to make the 2018 Festival, the best one ever.
Don't Miss It!
2017 Festival Photographs
SPONSOR PAGE
MUSEUM HISTORY
The history of the building in which the museum is housed dates back to 1903, and is
named on Alabama
Landmarks & Heritage List.


Click To Read Story
Mayor Lynn Watson stands beside the rebuilt Thigpen roadhouse and dance hall, where Hank often played. The City of Georgiana tore down what was left of the original cabin and honky-tonk, and rebuilt it on the festival grounds in 1994. The back part of it serves as the stage for entertainers.
Photo taken in 1998
Today's Hank Williams Festival is enjoyed by fans from throughout the world. Only a few people realize that it had its origins a few miles away, with the stage being a flat bed truck.
We will add more on the history of the festival in the near future.