“Where the Best in Bluegrass meets the Hospitality of the Mountains.”

The Saltworks Appalachian Homecoming in Manchester, KY is just that kind of place. Taking place Memorial Day Weekend, Manchester will be humming with the sounds of bluegrass music, beauty of the mountains, and the smell of local cuisine.

Thursday
Gates Open 4:00 PM
Dean Osborne Band w/ Special guest Bobby Osborne
Northfork
Dean Osborne Band
Outdoor Drama performed by CCMS Tiger Troupe & Monkey Dumplins

Friday
Gates Open 4:00 PM
Larry Cordle and Lonesome Standard Time
Kenny and Amanda Smith
Stevens Family Tradition
Billie Renee and Cumberland Gap

Saturday
Gates Open 10:00 AM
The Grascals
Lonesome River Band
Volume Five
Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper
Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle
Don Rigsby and the Fly by Nights

Tickets will be available thru Eventbrite.

Partners: Stay in Clay; Manchester Tourism Commission; All in One Websites; Clay County Fiscal Court; City of Manchester; PRTC; Petrey and Newcomb Orthodontics; Jackson Energy; First National Bank; PNC; Subway of Manchester.

SaltWorks Vendors Wanted

Interested in setting up at the SaltWorks Appalachian Homecoming? Contact Stay In Clay for a Vendor Application form. We're sure our great festival attendees would love to see what you have to offer!

Saltworks Appalachian Homecoming Festival Vendor Application

SaltWorks Festival Directions

From I-75 (London):

  • Turn east onto Hal Rogers Parkway at Exit 41. 
  • Follow Hal Rogers Parkway east for 22 miles to Manchester.
  • Exit at Manchester and turn north on Highway 421.
  • Follow US Highway 421 North for 1 mile.
  • Turn right onto Second Street. 
  • After crossing the Second Street bridge, turn right onto Railroad Avenue.
  • Stay on Railroad Avenue for 0.5 mile until it merges onto Y Hollow Road. Follow Y Hollow Road to the festival.

From Hazard:

  • Turn west onto Hal Rogers Parkway.
  • Follow Hal Rogers Parkway west for 37 miles to Manchester.
  • Exit at Manchester and turn north on Highway 421.
  • Follow US Highway 421 North for 1 mile.
  • Turn right onto Second Street. 
  • After crossing the Second Street bridge, turn right onto Railroad Avenue.
  • Stay on Railroad Avenue for 0.5 mile until it merges onto Y Hollow Road. Follow Y Hollow Road to the festival.

Join The Movement

"Stay In Clay" is comprised of progressive Clay County residents who have come together to cross all boundaries of race, economic, and social class, to empower our people, bond our community, and strengthen our local economy...to move Clay County forward with pride and purpose.

Stay in Clay is a group formed to help boost the spirit, pride, and morale of our people and help improve the look and condition of our hometown/county. We want Manchester and Clay County to be the place people want to live, stay, retire, visit, come home to!

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