The 19th annual Titus Bluegrass Festival, scheduled to begin at 10 am and continue until 4 pm, allows attendees to relax and enjoy the picking and grinning of live bluegrass music. Scrumptious barbecue will be available and booths will be filled with crafts, cookbooks, and peanuts.
The Titus Community Center, the home of the festival, is a shady grove that is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxed day. Hank Williams Sr. once gave a concert at the Community Center. Just days before his first Grand Ole Opry appearance, he performed at a cost of $0.25 per person. The Festival is held annually on the last Saturday of September.