Boaz Area Chamber of Commerce 100 E. Bartlett Ave. Boaz, AL 35957 tel. 256-593-8154
Facebook - Boaz Area Chamber of Commerce 100 E. Bartlett Ave. Boaz, AL 35957 tel. 256-593-8154

53rd Annual

Boaz October Harvest Festival

Oct. 6-7, 2017...  8am-6PM... 53rd Annual Boaz October Harvest Festival - Historic Downtown Boaz, AL - Sponsored by Boaz Area Chamber Of Commerce - This two-day festival offers over 225 arts & crafts lining the streets, music and special guest The Bama Land Band, food court, Moon Pie and RC Cola eating contest and Free Kidz Inflatable play area with rides and games (tickets required). Saturday morning attend the Miss Harvest Festival Pageant and the Antique Classic Car Show. NEW this year the Antique Tractor & Engine Show on Friday & Saturday. Fun for the entire family come for the day or stay the weekend.  The Harvest Festival will consume Railroad Ave., Bartlett Ave., Main St., West Mill Ave (Rt168) and West & East Mann St. Free Admission! - Bamaland

BamaLand, a group of seasoned musicians from Birmingham, AL, have been on the music scene for the last 35 years, and are bringing in the new wave of country/southern rock music with an old school flair. The band consists of Luther D singing lead and fronting the band; Wes Glassey and Steve Fowler, two hot lead guitarists; Wally White on bass, and when he is on acoustic guitar new comer Zac White fills in on bass. Last but not least, they say dynamite comes in small packages, well when Brian Darden sits down at the drums he blows everything up. This band is about having fun and getting everyone involved so when you come to see them... Get ready to Rock Out and Rock On! At the Boaz October Harvest Festival we are playing two 45 minute sets with songs off the new album Rock On, and we'll be selling CD's, T-shirts, and other merchandise for you guys to enjoy.

twitter - BamaLand Band, Birmingham, AL
YouTube - BamaLand Band, Birmingham, AL
53rd Annual Boaz October Harvest Festival - Historic Downtown Boaz, AL - Sponsored by Boaz Area Chamber Of Commerce
The Main Stage

The Main Stage Entertainment

The Main Stage

The Boaz October Harvest Festival

The mission of the Boaz Area Chamber of Commerce is to promote and enhance economic growth and community development in our local communities. Our Chamber is a membership organization consisting of local business owners and executives who want to see businesses of all sizes grow and prosper. The chamber provides a host of programs and services designed to help businesses gain visibility in the local community to help with your business success story. The chamber also assists the City of Boaz, Sardis City and Marshall County to attract and retain a strong workforce and actively pursue opportunities for positive growth in all areas of business and economic development. The Board is made up of 15 individuals with terms of service from 1 to 3 years. The Board meets monthly at the Chamber Office.

Harvest Pumpkin
The Main Stage

Festival Opening Ceremony

Opening ~ Edna Southerland, Interim President, Boaz Area Chamber Of Commerce

Prayer, Pledge Of Allegiance and Patriotic Song

Speakers include ~ Representative Kerry Rich, James Manasco, Field Representative for Congressman Robert Aderholt and Boaz Mayor David Dyar.

The Main Stage

Friday Oct. 6, 2017 ~ 10:30 am ~ Teddie Cox

Friday Oct. 6, 2017 ~ 11:30 am ~ Setup for Snead Street Singers

Friday Oct. 6, 2017 ~ 12:00 PM ~ Snead Street Singers & Snead Jazz Band

Friday Oct. 6, 2017 ~ 1:00 PM ~ Two Tone Willie Band

Friday Oct. 6, 2017 ~ 2:00 PM ~ Point Of Honor

Friday Oct. 6, 2017 ~ 3:00 PM ~ Erica Green

Friday Oct. 6, 2017 ~ 4:00 PM ~ Star Power Performing Arts


Saturday Oct. 7, 2017 ~ 9:00 am - 12:30 PM ~ Miss Harvest Festival Beauty Pageant

Saturday Oct. 7, 2017 ~ 1:00 PM ~ Senior Square Dancers

Saturday Oct. 7, 2017 ~ 2:00 PM ~ Moon Pie Eating Contest

Saturday Oct. 7, 2017 ~ 2:30 PM ~ Bama Land Band

Saturday Oct. 7, 2017 ~ 3:30 PM ~ Bama Land Band

Flowers in Basket
Animated Speaker
Animated Speaker
The Main Stage

Pageant Information

Contestants in the Miss Harvest Festival will be eligible for a one {l} year Scholarship at Snead State Community College. The recipient must be a full-time student and maintain a grade point average as specified by SSCC. The Scholarship will be renewable for a second year providing the recipient meets all requirements of SSCC. The winners of all Divisions will also receive a crown, trophy, and flowers. All contestants will be judged on beauty, poise, and appearance. Judges will also interview Miss Harvest Festival contestants in age division 16 through 18. Miss Photogenic will be chosen from photos accompanying received applications.

Age Divisions:

Tiny Miss - 1 through 3 years
Petite Miss - 7 through 9 years
Little Miss - 4 through 6 years
Junior Miss - 10 through 12 years
Teen Miss - 13 through 15 years
Miss Harvest Festival - 16 through 18 years

Boaz City Mayor David Dyar
Representative Kerry Rich


   Kerry Rich

Boaz City Mayor

    David Dyar

Schedule of Events

Point Of Honor