TOP PHOTO: Fiddle making and fiddle playing at the Louie Bluie Festival. Tony Branam, (right) was a recipient of the Tennessee Arts Commission grant for l Fiddle making. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF WLAF’S CHARLOTTE UNDERWOOD)

Manuel Mesa and Jocelyn Griffo manning the Louie Bluie Headquarters tent on Saturday.

CARYVILLE, TN (WLAF) – The 15th annual Louie Bluie Festival drew a large crowd and entertained countless attendees through the day on Saturday at Cove Lake State Park. WLAF’s Charlotte Underwood the day in photos.

Campbell County Litter Control Officer Glennis Monday (left) and County Mayor Jack Lynch (right) at the Louie Bluie Festival.
Louie Bluie Festival drew crowds to Cove Lake State Park on Saturday.
Rayma and Mark Daugherty driving the United Cumberland Bank Golf Cart at the Louie Bluie Festival on Saturday. 
The fiddle contest attracted fiddlers from all around.
Bobby Fulcher with the Cumberland Trail State Park introducing the fiddle contest.
Popular local musician Joseph Hensley was part of the annual Louie Bluie Fest on Saturday.
Campbell County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Executive Director Missy Tackett (left) and Tennessee College of Applied Technology President Debbie Petree (right) manning the chamber tent at the Louie Bluie Festival.

(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 09/26/2022-6AM)