Andrews Blossom Festival

Andrews North Carolina is a charming small town tucked away in Cherokee County. It is home to the historic Andrews Blossom Festival, which was first held in 1947 when locals gathered together to celebrate the blooming of the region’s wildflowers. Since then, it has grown into a beloved annual event that takes place on the fourth weekend of April.

During the festival, there is plenty of fun for everyone — from events and activities for kids to traditional music performances and events that highlight local talent. Some of the events include an arts & crafts show where vendors from all over showcase their works, carnival rides, and various contests such as pie-baking and beauty pageants.

Throughout the festival are food kiosks serving up delicious treats like funnel cakes and barbecued pork sandwiches. There’s also live entertainment featuring both local musicians and nationally acclaimed acts. Additionally, The Andrews Blossom Festival Parade features colorful floats decorated by citizens of Andrews North Carolina who add a special touch to this beloved event.

The family-friendly atmosphere makes The Andrews Blossom Festival a fantastic opportunity for visitors to come enjoy all that Cherokee County has to offer while celebrating its unique culture with its vibrant events and activities.