FRANKLIN COUNTY WATERMELON FESTIVAL 2021

August 20-21, 2021

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Vendor Applications are now available!

Download our new fillable PDF: Vendor Application (fillable)_2021!

Please fill out the PDF, save it, and email it to: director@franklincountychamber.org 

VENDOR RULES: WF Rules for Vendors 2021

Additional Food Vendor forms: 

Food Vendor Inspection Form

Application-For-a-Permit

COVERLetter

Information-Form

TemporaryFoodGuidelines2017


Watermelon Festival Pageant

Application Deadline: June 24, 2021
$45 Entry Fee
Download the fillable application here: Fillable Pageant Application 2021


Best of the Best 2021

 

Franklin County

Watermelon Festival 

 

 

 

Voted Best Adults and Children’s Events in the Tennessee Valley


The Franklin County Watermelon Festival began in 1981 and is the largest festival in Franklin County.

This spectacular family event offers two days of non-stop music, contests and entertainment, as well as, a pageant, arts & crafts, 5k run, antique car & truck show, tasty festival foods, tractor show, and a slice of FREE watermelon!

 

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Franklin County Declared the
Watermelon Capital of Alabama

In 2013, Senator Roger Bedford and Representative Johnny Mack Morrow was successful in passing a resolution in the Alabama Legislature declaring Franklin County “Watermelon Capital of Alabama”.

WF Capital

From Left to Right: Representative Johnny Mack Morrow, Senator Roger Bedford, Bobby Bolton originator of the annual Watermelon Festival, Cassie Medley, Franklin County Executive Director, Russellville Mayor David Grissom, Kreg Kennedy, District Field Representative for U. S. Senator Robert Aderholt, Franklin County Probate Judge Barry Moore, Franklin County Chamber of Commerce President (2013) Mike Shewbart.