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The headliner, Sam Grow, returned for his third Apple Blossom but the first as the main performer.
Grow said, “The number one reason I wanted to come back is because of the people. These are amazing, salt of the earth people. When they called and asked me to headline, I was honored.”
Ryan Jewell, a Warren County High School alumni, was excited to return to the festival for his second year in a row. “I love having the event back at the Wilkins Center. The energy is much better this year with a full slate of events,” said Jewell.
Kara Britz, an alumni of John Handley High School, also graced the stage taking time out of her schedule which includes touring with former Country Music Party headliner Blake Shelton and backing up artists on The Voice.
We are in full Bloom here in the Shenandoah Valley as the 95th Apple Blossom Festival is here.
Today will bring us some of the marquis events like the Grand Feature Parade which will have bands from around the country, floats, and this year’s Grand Marshall Terry Bradshaw and Sports Marshall Julius Erving.
Then put on your dancing boots for the Square dance or the Country Music Party.
Bloomin Sunday will cap things off at the Frederick County Fairgrounds with fun for the whole family.
For a full list of events, click here.
The 94th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival wraps up this weekend.
Saturday morning features the Sports Breakfast with special guests Joe Theismann and Santana Moss, formerly of the Washington Football Team, amongst other local sports stars.
Afterwards at the Frederick County Fairgrounds will host another fan favorite event, the Country Music Party.
At 9:30 pm, Shenandoah University will host their “Light Up the Night Fireworks Display.”
The Ohrstrom- Bryant Theater parking lot will serve as the staging area.
Jim Barnett Park and the surrounding parking lots are recommended for optimal viewing.
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