Mountain View Festivals
Mountain View sponsors some of the Best Festivals for families In Arkansas.
Arkansas Folk Festival (April 14-16, 2017)
The oldest Mountain View music festival, The Annual Arkansas Folk Festival happens in the glorious Ozark spring every third full weekend in April. Activities for all ages include a parade on Saturday morning, children’s games, arts & crafts and tasty food all about Courthouse Square. This festival brings back memories of the “Good ol’ Days” and just happens to coincide with the spring blooming of the dogwood trees
Mountain View Bluegrass Festival
Fall 2017 Festival is November 9th, 10th & 11th
Spring Festival is March 9-11 2017
As usual, the Mountain View Fall Bluegrass Festival is packed with first rate acts that are sure to keep you entertained
11th Annual Mountains, Music and Motorcycles
August 18-19, 2017
This motorcycle event started seven years ago with no budget and heavily dependent on volunteers. The first event drew about 350 motorcyclist. 2010 saw an estimated 10,000 bikes.
It is still operated and managed by volunteers (178 volunteers for 1,552 hours) and all funds raised for the event pay for the event. In other words, it does not cost the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce financially. The Mountain View Chamber sponsors this event each year, the third weekend in August. It is free to the public and features many family activities. It is a major fund raiser for ABC, and raises money to support the good works being done at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
BeanFest & World Championship Outhouse Races
Music, pinto beans, and cornbread. Oh yeah, and some outhouses built as street racers A local tradition for over 30 years, BeanFest and the Outhouse Races occur every year in the Fall (typically Last weekend in October), and feature over 2,000 lbs of cooked pinto beans, lots of cornbread, and the beautiful sounds of bluegrass, folk, gospel, and cajun music.
Cornmeal marks the beginning and end of the Outhouse Races, and cash prizes are awarded to winners of each class. Costumes are also quite prevalent during the celebration, and visitors are encouraged to join in on the fun.