Frog Level Festival

Fayette celebrates annual Frog Level Festival

Winners of the frog jumping contest, from left: Ella Grace Thompson (First), Asher Lovelace (second), and Kolston Ashby (third). The first place winner’s dad, Blake Thompson, was the winner of the first frog jumping contest held in Fayette.

Fayette celebrated its annual Frog Level Festival on Oct. 4-5. A huge crowd attended the two-day event and enjoyed the music, arts and crafts, food, antique cars, and the frog jumping competition.

Frog Level Festival returns to Fayette this weekend

The annual Frog Level Festival returns this weekend to downtown Fayette. The festival will open at 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 4 with entertainment provided on the big stage by B.J. Reeves. At 5:45 p.m., The Chris Simmons Band will take the stage, followed by “Nationwide Coverage” at 7:30 p.m. Nationwide Coverage will feature The Tuscaloosa Horns and Fayette native Mart Avant. Avant is always a crowd favorite when he performs in the Fayette area. On Saturday, Oct. 5., there will be a Cruise-In in downtown Fayette beginning at 8 a.m. Also at 8 a.m., the Bama Dancers will entertain the crowd.

Fayette Frog Level Festival a success

Blaklyn Rae Hulsey, the four-year old daughter of Rusty and Pamela Hulsey, was observed getting into the spirit of the Fayette Frog Level Festival last week. Here she posed with a couple of her friends in the downtown Fayette area.

The Fayette Frog Level Festival, held in Fayette on Oct. 5-6, was a tremendous success. The weather was good, and the festival offered lots of entertainment for people of all ages.

Frog Level Festival has entertainment for all ages

Abe Partridge will be one of the headliners for this year’s Fayette Frog Level Festival.

The 2018 Fayette Frog Level Festival promises to have something for just about everybody this year - from jumping frogs, to antique and vintage vehicles, lots of live musical entertainment, a large variety of arts and crafts, and food vendors cooking up a variety of tasteful creations. The festival will be held in downtown Fayette beginning at 4 p.m. on Friday Oct. 5 and will continue at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6 with a full slate of activities scheduled.